Infopeople produces original podcasts from George and Joan (George Needham and Joan Frye Williams), Michaal Cart, and other presenters. Topics range from book and graphic novel reviews to the future of libraries.
In this podcast, Infopeople's resident book guy Michael Cart reviews the definitive new biography of John Cheever by Blake Bailey and talks about the life, times, and works of Cheever, truly an American master.
In this podcast, George & Joan continue a three-part series discussing a checklist they've developed on strategic thinking. The first podcast asked the question, "will it show?" This second podcast asks the question, "can it grow?"
In his latest podcast, Infopeople’s resident comic fan(atic) Michael Cart brings you the latest news from the 2009 New York Comic Con and muses about whether girls will ever discover the manifold joys of comics and graphic novels.
Do you live in one of the ten most literate cities in America? Infopeople's book guy, the reasonably literate Michael Cart, tells you in his latest podcast. In the meantime, here's a hint: if you live in California, your chances are about one in ten. If you live in Minnesota, however, your chances are ... significantly better!
In this podcast, George & Joan start a three-part series discussing a checklist they've developed on strategic thinking. As they presented their Infopeople workshop on Strategic Thinking, they developed a set of questions they decided libraries needed to ask when allocating resources.
In this podcast for Infopeople, Michael Cart memorializes the great American painter Andrew Wyeth and discusses the best books about his work and life, along with those of his extended family of artists.