Nathan Ohren on JournalTalk

Modern Journaling

Nathan Ohren on JournalTalkYears after the raw experience of writing, do our journal entries carry any value besides the nostalgia and entertainment from reading them?  To answer this question, I opened this episode with a 40-year old tape recording of my family at the dinner table. You might call it the world’s first podcast, from 1973!

From there, I raise several questions about “upgrading” our journal writing to the latest technology. I share my experience in the personal journey of making the switch from analog to digital journaling, and debunk a few myths that I once believed about journaling into a computer device. I’ve challenged myself to start a 30-day personal “trial” of electronic journaling, and I invite anyone who shares this curiosity to join me. (JournalTalk, Episode #39, September 16, 2014)

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2 thoughts on “Modern Journaling

  1. Angel

    Personally, I’ve always liked expressing my thoughts through handwriting, but as you said, I guess I should give modern journaling a chance.

    Ps. I almost melt with your baby voice.

  2. Bubbe

    I was so touched by the taped sessions you played of young Nathan and his dad. Also, glad to hear your positive remarks about digital journaling.


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