11.27.2007

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 9

This is available as an mp3 for download.

LINOs. Liberals In Name Only. Are you one? Sometimes I act like one. It's about time we all started to get wicked serious and made some sacrifices and lived the change we want to see.

This show's background music is "Revolution Song" by Stone Autumn and "When The Revolution Comes" by Sunspot, from the PodSafe Music Network.

11.22.2007

Episode 22 - Gloria Oliver

Intro: In the Service of Samurai

Promo: A word from Christiana Ellis

The Interview with Gloria Oliver

Another word from Christiana Ellis

You can find the Podiobook In the service of Samurai at Podiobooks.com

And you can find Gloria’s website here:

And her books In The Service of Samurai and The Vassal of El from Amazon.

Hey Gang (I sound like Jason from Insomnia Radio) email me if you want a mixtape of your favorite songs from Wander Radio. Let me know what your favorite songs are. Wanderradio at gmail dot com.

Thanks and have a great day. See you on the other side.

11.21.2007

In the News we have Dvoices member



Rich and Bonita Palmer were interviewed by Fox News in their area on their involvement in Second Life.

11.20.2007

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 8

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Too many water bottles. That's what this one is all about. Check out Think Outside the Bottle, and look for the Facebook Cause as well.

This show's background music is "We Are Like Water" by Fishing for Comets and "Glass of Water" by el dog, from the PodSafe Music Network.

11.13.2007

Musicians Getting Paid? - BVB8

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Some musicians want to be paid for their time and effort. Is that really what’s going to happen?

Blogs

Rich shares his comments about a recent post by Bob Lefsetz at the Lefsetz Letter. Bob notes that many musicians feel that their time, effort and diligence should entitle them to getting paid. He comments that just because they have distribution channels and a CD to sell doesn’t mean that people might actually want to buy it.

Views

Rich adds a thought that musicians should have a plan, including business model, vision, mission, and passion if they do want to market their music.

Blues

Long Time ComingNappy Brown
“Every Shut Eye Ain’t Sleepin’”
from “Long Time Coming”
(Blind Pig Records)

More On This Album

The theme music for Blogs, Views, and Blues was created by Chainsaw Dupont. The tune is called “Funky Foot”. Find his music at ChainsawDupont.com and at the Podsafe Music Network.

Background music in this episode courtesy of Derek K. Miller. Track featured is “Had a Plan, Had to Change It”.

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 7

This is available as an mp3 for download.

I talk about being civil in that which mot f us are in every day... traffic. We all hate it, but is there something we can do that can help us make the world a better and nicer place.

This show's background music is "Animal" by Mad Margritt and "Why" by Steve Paroe, from the PodSafe Music Network.


People you should check out:

11.10.2007

Coffee House to Go - October 14, 2007

Coffee House to Go episode #26.

Welcome to Coffee House to Go -- 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."

Your Hosts:
Michael Potter - ESC! Magazine and the ESC!Cast Network

LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Featured Podsafe Artists this episode:
Beatnik Turtle - Star Wars (A Film Like No Other), Mason Rocket (Spy Extraordinaire) and What We Need Is Some Interns In Here

Show Topics:
> Good Reads
> LibriVox
> Mark Twain's Plans to Compete With Copyright
> Poetry4Kids
> Laura Numeroff's Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles
> Technovelgy
> Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow
> Robert Frost's Lesser Known Poems - The Road Not Taken
> 9 Simple Writing Habits
> Stephen King's On Writing

Picks of the Show:
> LB - WhiteSmoke
> Mike - Shakespearean Insulter

Links to Know:
> Ghost, Come Again by LB Sedlacek
> Shelfari (http://www.shelfari.com)

Answer to Last Month's Literary Quiz

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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Download the show here!


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11.08.2007

Daily Nonsense - Show 8 - A Laptop for Every Child. A Solution Looking for a Problem?

Check out my Daily PodCast for the month of November, and listen to Show 8 where I talk some about this topic.

I'm a geek... yeah, who would've figured that what with my being involved in NaPodPoMo?... but a laptop for every child? I heard an interview on CBC's Search Engine with one of the key designers on the project, and had some thoughts and questions.

Is this inherently a good idea? For kids who can't afford food, healthcare, housing, are unemployed or at risk of being killed, raped or put to work as a child soldier... is a laptop the solution to their problems?

I think education is a great idea. I think child-led education is great. What do y'all think about the laptop for every child program?

If you really want to help with this program, be aware that you can participate in the "Get 1, Give 1" program through their site XO Giving. The purchase program opens November 12, and you can own one of these laptops for 400 USD. The idea is you buy a 200 USD laptop for yourself and one for a child who needs one.

11.06.2007

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 6

This is available as an mp3 for download.

I update y'all on what's going on in my NaPodPoMo-addled brain. Thanks to Jennifer from Morning Brewcast for getting us all together. You can check out my contributions to the NaPodPoMo project by putting the feed for the group in your PodCatcher or by going over to the Daily Nonsense site. Swing on over and let Jesse know that her Red on Green PodCast is going well. Don't forget that you can get a free London Starbucks Card (while his supplies last) from This Week in London the best darned PodCast about London by a guy who grew up in the Big Smoke. Finally, don't forget to check out the awesome books by Mur and JC at Podiobooks.com.

This show's background music is "Waiting for the Light" and "Headed in the Right Direction" by Wings over Water, and the closing music is from "Cast That Ballot" by the Lascivious Biddies.

11.01.2007

Daily Nonsense - an experiment in PodCasting

DAILY Nonsense?

First whenever, but mostly every two weeks... then weekly... now DAILY?

Yup

You see, authors engage in an annual ritual called National Novel Writing Month, and commit to writing every day for a month. Many use this as a way to kick start ideas or find out if they're really cut out for the whole authoring gig.

Jennifer of the Morning Brewcast (a PodCast about coffee that is on my list) decided that she wanted to start a similar concept for PodCasters called National PodCast Post Month (NaPodPoMo)... and yes, there's already one for VidCasters and Bloggers, so we're potentially late to the game.

Rather than subject you to hearing this experiment in my feed for Little Bit/Whole Lot of Nonsense, I'm creating a new feed just for this experiment. You all know the deal, right click on that link and paste it into your favourite PodCatcher, or use this link for a one-click subscription to iTunes.

Join me and give me some feedback on how this experiment is going.

Utterz.com, Fire Drills - BVB7

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Rich likes to use this “moo-ving” service.

Blogs

Rich shares information about a service he enjoys called “Utterz”. This service lets you mashup your audio, video, photos, text and more through your phone, your browser, cross-posting, widgets and by other means.

Views

Rich shares a topic that he sent through Utterz about school fire drills and a recent program he presented at a local school.

Blues

Shades of BlueKirk Fletcher
“Blues for Boo Boo”
from “Shades of Blue”
(DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS)

Buy at iTunes Music Store
Buy at eMusic
Buy at Rhapsody
Stream from Rhapsody
More On This Album

The theme music for Blogs, Views, and Blues was created by Chainsaw Dupont. The tune is called “Funky Foot”. Find his music at ChainsawDupont.com and at the Podsafe Music Network.

Background music in this episode courtesy of Derek K. Miller. Track featured is “Had a Plan, Had to Change It”.