I listened to a few unpublished European Sawmill Technology podcasts from the field and the Ligna Expo in Hannover. To my surprise, they were technically surprisingly good, the content is still relevant, and the same themes could attract listeners today.
The podcasts were made for a small audience, and they are still not available for a larger audience.
This post reminds me that I should start podcasting again. The pods have a certain flair and nostalgia not achieved with written content.
You never know when historical material becomes contemporary, like evergreen songs and musical performances. Surprise, surprise, it's good to reflect on old material.