3.14.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 25 - Wait... what're we doing here again?

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 25 - Wait... what're we doing here again?

Huzzah! We're still getting pins in the Frappr Map and we thank our secret newest member.

In this show I talk about why I do what I do, and what I hope to keep doing. I also give an update about the PHL, and have an announcement about the NJPA and the Trenton Computer Festival. Hey... If you want to show your New Jersey PodCaster colours, make sure to get yourself a shirt from our NJPA store before you come to visit.

We play a song from Black Dillinger, from African Dope Records called Big Trouble. Man, I do love da reggae.

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

That mumbling during the opening music is me doing an ad - unpaid, unsolicited - for Writely.com. I use this site for managing my show notes, and have used it in a collaborative fashion for writing a couple of articles and a press release for NJ PodCasters. The site just got picked up by Google... so they're gonna be around for a while. Once they reopen enrollment, you should swing over there and check 'em out.

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, 25 minutes I hope you don't want back.

3.13.2006

Coffee House to Go - March 13, 2006

Coffee House to Go episode #10. ESC! Magazine's monthly Podcast for writers and the Small Press community featuring readings of poetry, short fiction, interviews and reviews as well as featured music from independent bands and musicians.

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

ESC! Magazine News:
New issue of ESC! Magazine coming next month. Bonus content for supporters of the show is being worked on. Keep those e-mails and phone calls coming or visit our forums to discuss the show.

Tips for Writers: Submitting to a Small Press Publication.
Read the guidelines. Also, top errors made by contributors to ESC! Magazine and tips for Mastering E-mail Overload.

Featured Podsafe Audio this episode:
Laura Clapp - "The Other Half of Me", Monkeyshine - "Don't Bite the Monkey", Gecko 3 - "Donkeys and Elephants", lunar drive - "Here at Black Mesa Arizona"

LitNews:

Elmore Leonard's 10 Tips for Writers, National Novel Editing Month, Libraries turning to iPods and iTunes, Unotchit.

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Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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3.04.2006

Parking In Bitterman Circle #36 part 2-iriver of no return

Part 2 of podcast #36 was recorded northbound on I-45 between Houston and Dallas, Texas and it continues the review of the NBA All Star Weekend.

my Iriver was attacked by tweekers

Sports, money, REAL money

Celebration of industry, crossover and over

Endorsement of endorsements (a roadie's worth); rich enough to not have to pay for anything

The making of a Legend; moving a mobile digital 3 man ladder

Symphony eye-rolling contest and half an elevator

Fill the piano with wood and pray...

REAL money access

junk food finals and house priced cufflinks

continuing North...



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Parking In Bitterman Circle #36 part 1- Hey Now, you're an NBA All Star...

Recorded in Houston, Texas during the NBA All Star Weekend events, I discuss the behind the scenes production of the music portions of the show. I also share some thoughts about endorsements, advertising, corporate events and how America seems to be sponsored from head to toe...

Segment one- Celebrity game Friday, George Brown Convention Center

Segment two- Three point and slam dunk competition Saturday, Toyota Center


Part two will wrap it up on the drive home...



Ok, so you may know the drill... click on the little speaker thingy in the upper right corner of this post to listen to the podcast or option/right click on it to download or just click here.
You really should be using a podcasting client like Used to be "IpodderX" or Juice though and using the RSS feed to automatically download it...
You can now use itunes too! Here's the itunes direct link...