1.29.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 17

This is available as an mp3 for download.

It's Monday, and we've already been in the ER once. Maybe National Health Care's a better idea than I thought it was. Anyway, it's just music this week. What music? Why, it's Amplifico. Make sure you keep checking their site for when their new album hits teh interwebs.

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network. It's from I'm getting sick from Chachi on Acid and The Comedy Stops Here from Amplifico.

1.26.2008

PodcastFAQ.com and New Utterz Features - BVB11

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A new service called PodcastFAQ.com and new features at the Utterz micro-blog site.

Blogs

Not really a blog, per se, but Rich talks about the new service for people interested in podcasting called “PodcastFAQ.com.” This service has been made available by RawVoice, Inc. They are the people responsible for Podcaster News and Blubrry.

Views

Rich is impressed with some new enhancements and features at Utterz.com. Most specifically, the user creation screen now includes the ability to record video and audio “on the fly.” Prior to this enhancement one had to upload prerecorded content.

Blues

We Can Get TogetherSean Costello
“Can’t Let Go” (mp3)
from “We Can Get Together”
(DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS)

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”.

1.25.2008

Coffee House to Go - January 20, 2008

Coffee House to Go episode #27.

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:
Geordie Keitt - Dear Dawn and Friendly Friendly Man In The Moon

Show Topics:
> Think It Ink It
> Frost home vandalized
> GuruLib
> TriggerStreet.com now publishes books
> OrnTales - Ongoing Short Story

Picks of the Show:
> LB - Coast Guard Bards
> Mike - 20+ Places for Public Domain E-Books

Links to Know:
> Assume Nothing Press
> Jack Hosley's Wander Radio
> BradP's Whole Lot of Nonsense
> New ESC! Magazine is out

> Delicious Library (Mac)

Answer to Last Month's Literary Quiz

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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1.24.2008

TV/TV on Audio Gumshoe 90

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TV/TV is turned on in NYC!


Artists from this show courtesy of Ariel Publicity.

TV/TV


TV/TV Publicity Shot

Songs Played


- Let It Go
- Get it Get it
- Indie Rock Girl
- Call It Love

Show Links


TV/TV Official Site
TV/TV on MySpace

Associated Links


Association of Music Podcasting
Blubrry Podcast Network
Podcast Ready Remember to use promo ID "gumshoe1"
Audio Gumshoe on MySpace

Special thanks to Bob Taylor and Drew Hardwal for their voice talents on Audio Gumshoe. Please visit their sites, as well as Rich's voiceover site, for your voiceover needs.
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1.22.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 16

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This week, I talk about Martin Luther King and how we can find his tradition of fighting oppression in the recent declaration of independence by the Republc of Lakotah. I also touch briefly on some historical events, bring up the American Indian Movement, and mention John Trudell.

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network, and is from Douglas Spotted Eagle.

1.18.2008

Coffee House to Go's Across the Mic - January 18, 2008 - Nathan Lowell

Episode #5 - Nathan Lowell

This is our companion podcast to Coffee House to Go featuring interviews with upcoming and notable figures in the small press community including printers, publishers, bloggers and, of course, poets and writers.

Guest Host: Jack Hosley of Wander Radio

In this episode, Jack speaks with Nathan Lowell, author of The Share Trilogy and South Coast. You can visit Nathan at his web site: http://www.durandus.org/golden

Nathan's books can be found at Podiobooks.com
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South Coast

CONTEST: Name Ishmael’s Ship and Logo

(This interview was originally recorded via Skype on January 1, 2008.)

Please visit CoffeeHouseToGo.com for full show notes including links discussed in the episode.

The music in this episode, Lonesome Trails Part Two, was provided by Rob Potter. You can find more of Rob's music at www.3fmmusic.com.

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1.15.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 15

This is available as an mp3 for download.

This week, I bring up a quote from a movie I recently saw. I want y'all to listen to the show, so you'll need to listen to hear about the movie, the quote, and what I think we should do with it. Stay to the end for a promo from Stranger Things, a FREE High Definition video PodCast.

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network, and is I'm So Sick by Airbomb, You Make Me Sick by Cobretti, and Sick as a Dog by Brad Sucks

1.08.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 14

This is available as an mp3 for download.

This week, Anya and I talk about the upcoming prom dress drive being run by Palm.com and the Princess Project. You, too, can help underprivileged girls in the San Francisco Bay Area to have a prom worth remembering and get yourself a cool, new smartphone. Stay to the end for a new promo from Mur Lafferty for Playing for Keeps.

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network, and is Long Island Princess by the Genders and Sith Princess by deferred success.

1.02.2008

Girls on Radar - AG89

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Rich’s files are backed up with tunes by the gals!

Artists from this show courtesy of Ariel Publicity.

Edible Red

Website: myspace.com/ediblered
Edible Red Album Cover
- Sugar and Spring

Girl’s Don’t Cry

Website: GirlsDontCry.com
Girls Don't Cry Album Cover
- That’s the Sound

The Stone Coyotes

Website: thestonecoyotes.com
The Stone Coyotes Album Cover
- Party Down the Hall

Devil Doll

Website: myspace.com/devildoll
Devil Doll Album Cover
- Doreen
-The One Who Got Away
-The Curse

Show Links

Devil Doll CD - “The Return of Eve”
Mike’s Hot Dish
Blogs, Views, and Blues

Associated Links

Association of Music Podcasting
Blubrry Podcast Network
Podcast Ready Remember to use promo ID “gumshoe1
Audio Gumshoe on MySpace

Special thanks to Bob Taylor and Drew Hardwal for their voice talents on Audio Gumshoe. Please visit their sites, as well as Rich’s voiceover site, for your voiceover needs.
Creative Commons License
The audio file for this work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.

1.01.2008

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 48

This is available as an mp3 for download.

What happens when activists get too extreme? I talk with Mike Potter from Coffee House to Go, and we discuss all kinds of stuff. We start with a riff on a Hummer that got destroyed by environmentalists, chat about how Greenpeace fundraisers getting uppity, and wonder where Earth First does its militant training sessions. Stick around for the ad for Playing for Keeps.

Boobs on Ice, Frozen Peas, and Eyejot - BVB10

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Social communities coming together for a great cause.

Blogs

Many social networks are pulling together to help Susan Reynolds raise awareness about breast cancer and to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Susan has a blog detailing her experiences from a recent diagnosis of breast cancer. She calls it “Boobs on Ice.” Inspired by her accounts, many others have started promoting the “Frozen Pea Fund“. They have also been commenting in almost every social network online, including Twitter, Utterz, Flickr, Seesmic, Facebook, and more.

One group of social media pundits even produced a video to help promote. Find it at YouTube and in many other locations. This was sprearheaded by Jeffrey Sass.
You can help! Please contribute to the Frozen Pea Fund.

Views

Rich has recently been “disconnecting” from social media from time to time so that he can regroup and re-prioritize. He does use many of the networks discussed in the past on this show, but is primarily limited to Twitter, Utterz, and Viddler.

Rich is fond of a service called Eyejot that allows one to send video email. This is, as been described by Rich and Eric Rice, an “unsocial media” site. You can record up to five minutes of video with a paid account (up to 60 seconds on the free service), save your address books and friend connections, follow your account through RSS/iTunes, and create a site widget for posting your message of preference to your site visitors.

Blues

Out of ShadowsPhantom Blues Band
“I’m Looking For A Miracle”
from “Out of Shadows”
(DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS)

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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”.