Digital Flotsam

Reviews For Digital Flotsam

Mr. Fenton is head and shoulders above your typical podcaster. A consummate professional, his show is immaculately produced, well conceived, and perfectly executed. Plus, he's got a big warm voice that feels like an aural hug. And the content? Top notch. Digital Flotsam should be picked up by NPR and put on the radio today!
This one is in my top 6 or so all-time favorite podcasts. P-Dub knows how to tell a story. I love the way he blends the story telling and the music. Spell-binding, first-class work from a real pro. He sets the bar high for all other podcasters!
First heard Digital Flotsam when he subbed for Dawn and Drew. Entertaining and worth the download.
Great stories and music from a great podcaster. Each time one of these comes out it's such a treat. R U Listening?
Podshow's "Sattelite Repairman" P.W. Fenton has created a style of storytelling that is worthy of emulation. I like to think my own "TameBear Radio" podcast is up to the task. Fenton and The Bear got started in podcasting at about the same time (late 2004), on about the same schedule: one new well-produced stories-and-music podcast every three weeks... however Adam Curry's "DSC" brought "Digital Flotsam" well-deserved attention early on and rapidly drew Fenton into the Podshow gravity well. His fame is now closely linked with that larger organization. Adventurous stories, essays, and commentary are the meat of this podcast, spiced with pod-safe music that is a delight to listen to. Let's hope Podshow always allows Fenton the time to maintain his output, (careful not to focus exclusively on the cop stories) keep up the heart and wisdom and all that... You go man! - Tame Bear
This is a well produced podcast that is worth a listen just for that. It is entertaining, lively, and well paced.
Simply the best; stories you anticipate from week to week.
I can't say enough about Mr. Fenton.... save it to say he has inspired me to begin to record my experiances for future use.... I anxiously await each podcast -- I have over 20 of them in my library and re-listen to them often. He is the Garrison Keelor (spelt?) of podcasting!
This may be the best podcast in the world. Great personal stories yet on themes that appeal to everyone. Great production and sound. Great emotional commitment to some 'truth' lurking behind the theme. Always some humor, usually some sentiment, and always without cynicism. I love the 15 minutes or so that I spend with each of these podcasts. If only my own were so good.