1.31.2006

Brad P. from NJ

Photo by astrangegirl
Hey Gang,
Just spoke to Brad P.-he's having some medical tests done on him and will be in hospital for a couple of days. I'm trusting he'll be fine-but pray and or wish him some positive thoughts and send him some love, via e-mail,etc.

Be cool kamikaze social activist!

1.21.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 23 - Local Community College PodCasting

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 23 - Local Community College PodCasting

The pinning in the Frappr Map is slowing down, but we'll thank the new members just as vigorously.

We've pushed the NPR and PBS show back so I get to play my interview with Chuck Chulvik from Raritan Valley Community College. It turns out that this local community college is going to be adding PodCasting to add to its different education delivery possibilities. We've got a promo from the Lance Anderson PodCast Experiment. Lance Anderson is the voice behind the mic on the Verge of the Fringe. Good stuff. Make sure that you check out his PodCast, and also check out the Tartan PodCast and pass on some serious props to Mark and Lance. Don't forget to check out the artist behind this show's song, Jonathan Coulton. He's an amazing artist, and is well worth your time, effort and money. You can find the tracks from Jonathan on his own site, and also in the PodSafe Music Network.

Don't forget that you can get some of the great PodCaster Hockey League at our PHL store.

Some key links?



The show's intro comes from Bubble, and is called Head Case. Our outro is a song from Steadman, called Wave Goodbye. These songs can be found on the PodSafe Music Network.

All in all, 24 minutes I hope you don't want back.

1.16.2006

Coffee House to Go - January 16, 2006

Coffee House to Go episode #8. ESC! Magazine's monthly Small Press Podcast featuring readings of poetry, short fiction, interviews and reviews as well as featured music from independent bands.

Opening music excerpt by Uma Floresta, "Almost Everything."

Interview:
LB Sedlacek of The Poetry Market E-zine
http://www.thepoetrymarket.com

Featured Podsafe Audio this episode:
Planet of Women - "Surrender to Cheap Trick", Hector On Stilts - "La Dee Da", Manda and The Marbles - "Upside Down"

Poetry:
Charles R Ries - "Sex for Liver"

LitNews (with LB Sedlacek):

Authors on Tour -- Live, Poetry Billboards, The GirlChild Press Project, Association of Writers & Writing Programs Award Series, SimonSays Podcast, Poultry Broadside, PARCHED AND COLORLESS by Anthony Liccione, LibriVox, Podcast Year, College Grad Literacy Falls, Writer's Block Live and free God's Debris book.

For more information and complete links, visit our shownotes.

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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1.05.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 22

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 22 - New Year's Resolutions and such

I make sure to thank the new people who dropped a pin in our Frappr Map.

This show, I determine what kind of resolutions I'll make this year. I play a quote from One America PodCast, which gave me the final push toward what my resolutions might be this year. I'm still not sure if I'll actually be able to get down to PodCasterCon, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

This show's song is from The Genders called "Mute Button". This song kicks serious butt.

Don't forget that you can get some of the great PodCaster Hockey League at our PHL store.

Some key links?



The show's intro comes from Bubble, and is called Head Case. Our outro is a song from Steadman, called Wave Goodbye. These songs can be found on the PodSafe Music Network.

All in all, ~13 minutes I hope you don't want back.

1.04.2006

A Word From Afar


Howdy D-Voices crew-we've all made it to the new year-congratulations- POP(that's the sound of the imaginary champagne cork). Hope you've all enjoyed your podcasting/blogging activity over the last year. I hope you reach new levels of creativity and accuracy in promoting your message. More importantly I hope we all have better success in our personal relationships! Peace and good health to all.