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Tell a Friend, Won’t You?

After years of doing The Memory Palace as odd little passion/art project (which came after at least a couple of years of trying and failing to make it pay), I’m now making a go of doing these idiosyncratic, tiny history stories as my job. And it’s a weird job. And I’m delighted to find myself in the position to do it.

Here’s the thing: I’m in that position because of listeners like you. People who heard the Memory Palace and told people to listen.

So, if you’ve enjoyed the show over the years, if you’ve been here from the beginning, if you just heard it for the first time last week–do me a favor. Do the show a favor. Tell someone about the podcast. Send your best friend a link to the best episode. Tweet about it. Share it on Facebook. Take out a full-page ad in a Major Metropolitan newspaper. Skywriting is also a good move for summer.

But, if the Memory Palace has moved your or entertained you or ever made a day better, let someone know.

Thanks for listening.

Published On Jun 22, 2015

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7 Comments on Tell a Friend, Won’t You?

  1. Nate

    Your wonderful, insightful and emotional reviews of giant historic events or forgotten tidbits of the past make my hikes around Mountain Lake on Orcas Island with my two labs all the more special. Keep up the great work! Because of you I have become a monthly donating member to Radiotopia.

  2. Andy Curtis says:

    I saw that the reviews in iTunes (though wonderful) stalled 6 years ago! Before I began shouting accolades at my friends and coworkers, I wanted to spruce up the iTunes review section.

    This is what I came up with:

    It’s back! Last review:Aug ’09?!?

    For those who have not stopped by the doors of the Memory Palace in the last six years, you may have missed when the Palace marquee lit up the night sky this past June (2015).
    For many years Nate Dimeo struggled to pay the bills and the cost of upkeep on the Memory Palace. However, his partnering with Roman Mars’ Radiotopia and sponsorship by Squarespace allowed him to create an entire summer season of the Memory Palace in 2015.
    Maybe it’s the history, maybe it’s the story, it could be the music, but more than anything, it feels like the lingering brush against your cheek from a time that seems as unreal as any strange future.
    Yet, the sense that causes Nate Dimeo’s stories to linger, is the sense that these events didn’t just happen: they were real. As real as any of us, and that is beautifully extraordinary.
    Give it a listen, you won’t be sorry.

  3. Rhoda Rutherford says:

    I tell anyone who will listen, that The Memory Palace is by for the best podcast in out there and they should start listening at once. Then i send them a follow up e-mail or Facebook message to make sure they doing it… haha

  4. Heather says:

    Yours is the best podcast out there and the one I most look forward to listening to. As a history lover and amateur genealogist I love the way you present the back story to the story. Researching my ancestors and finding dates and places is interesting but as the saying goes I want to know what happened in the space of time between the dates on the gravestone. What was their life like during the part represented by the dash between those dates. You give us a fresh perspective on otherwise benign points in history. Love it! Can’t say enough great things about it! Keep up the good work and would love for it to post more often when you figure out a way to do that.

  5. Bernadette Combs says:

    I just discovered your podcast when I found it listed on a list of great story- telling apps. I love it. I’m telling everyone I can. Wonderful job, the podcast it’s truly wonderful.

  6. Clayton says:

    I’ve already told some people, but I’ll keep trying to spread the word. This podcast is simply amazing.

  7. Angela says:

    Your podcast was mentioned in the comments of a NoSleep post that I recently read. The post was a couple years old, but I just saw it. I’m so glad I did! Love the podcast. I just shared your Facebook page today and told a couple of friends about it yesterday. Please, keep up the good work!