Feedback

Over the years I have been lucky to receive some fine feedback from the readers. And I would urge you fine people to continue sending feedback. I am always very happy to receive comments on the blog, receive email (Anne Frid de Vries (in one word) AT yahoo DOT co DOT uk) or references from other blogs, in podcasts and the like. All criticism, acclaim and recommendation eventually contributes to the quality of the blog.

Most feedback, I would want to publish here on the blog, so if you want to remain anonymous, or not have your feedback published, indicate such and I will respect your wishes.

Thanks in advance for your reactions; I am looking forward to them.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just found this site and it is exactly what I have been looking for!
I love history so I enjoy your vast collection of history podcast reviews

The Man called Anne said...

I'm really happy about that. Spread the word!

Christopher Lydon said...

Dear Mr. Anne Man:

I'm hugely flattered by your attention, which is both kind and intelligent. My goal in life is to expand the conversation and keep you listening. I am heading to India this summer, and am always eager to return to the Middle East when the moment (and the talkers) are ripe. Your suggestions and your criticisms are always, and I mean always, welcome. My direct email address is : chris@radioopensource.org.

With no end of admiration and thanks,

Chris Lydon

0 said...

i love the blog and the redesigned look however the front page is so long that on a slow connection or mobile phone it is almost imposable to read maybe you can break in up into a couple of pages.

The Man called Anne said...

Yes, I can do that

Leo van Bergen said...

Hi Anne,
If you likes my piece on shell shock and PTSD (thanks for the kind words), I think you will like this one too. http://www.wereldoorlog1418.nl/pandemiecongres-lezing-lvb/index.html
best wishes,
Leo van Bergen

The Man called Anne said...

Yes I like! Bedankt ook voor de volgende link!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the recommendation on
Prof Walker's Geography 110 at UCB,
although the connection with
geography seems limited. Nevertheless, this is THE econ
class I have been looking for.

Tuur said...

I'm from Belgium, I am still in secondary school and thanks to this blog I now have something to do on my trip to school. Before it was a boring half of an hour , two times a day, but now it is filled with interesting podcasts.

Thank you, Anne

The Man called Anne said...

@Tuur Great going! Thanks for the feedback

Antonio (Madrid , Spain) said...

First at all, congratulation for your blog. I'm very interested to the of Charles Anderson course 1980: Political, Economic and Social Thought. I can listen the audios, but I can't find the paper to read it. Could you show me, where I can achieve these papers?
Thanks very much
Antonio ( Madrid , Spain) ( a.castillejo@iies.es)

Cristina said...

Hi! I am a fan of History podcasts and was very happy to find your blog. I just found a podcast not mentioned in this blog, which I think is fantastic, it is called "History of the World to 1500 CE" by Richard Bulliet, from Columbia University.

It begins from prehistoric times, but it starts with a most interesting discussion about when does history start and why is it important and so very complicated to teach a History of the World as a single unified narrative, instead of focusing only in History of the Western Civilization. By the way, he is one of the authors of a book called "The Earth and its peoples", which is used as the main text for the course.

I really wish you could listen to this podcast and tell me what you think about it.

Greetings from Mexico City,

Cristina

Petra said...

Hello Ann,

I just wanted to tell you how extremely useful I find your blog. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

Petra from Prague

Anonymous said...

This is the best site I have ever come across

Anonymous said...

Hello. I wanted to let you know that Laszlo Montgomery of The China History Podcast and I mentioned you in Episode 60C of The History of WWII Podcast and on the 100th episode of The China History Podcast. Listen to it when you get the time. Thanks for all your work.

Ray Harris-The History of WWII Podcast

Anonymous said...

Hello. I wanted to let you know that Laszlo Montgomery of The China History Podcast and I mentioned you in Episode 60C of The History of WWII Podcast and on the 100th episode of The China History Podcast. Listen to it when you get the time. Thanks for all your work.

Ray Harris-The History of WWII Podcast

Robertson Shinnick said...

I appreciate your podcast list and reviews. Every time I find myself out of fresh episodes to listen to in my favorite series, I start wanting something new. The last few times I've found myself in this situation, I've come to you. Thanks very much.