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Hiber-Nation 63 -- Flatland Part 1 Sections 3 & 4 K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

"Flatland, a Romance of Many Dimensions," by Edwin Abbott Abbott.

Part 1 -- This World

Section 3 -- Concerning the Inhabitants of Flatland

Section 4 -- Concerning the Women

Show Theme: 
"Canon in D" from Owen Poteat.

Book Theme: "Friendly Day" from Kevin MacLeod.




Direct download: GGHN0063.mp3
Category:Story -- posted at: 4:30am CDT
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Episode 96 -- Social Media Celebrity I get all arrogant and start acting like I know better than most folks.

Part 1 -- Minor International Celebrity

I appeared on two Public Relations podcasts this week: Recorded a Rejoiner for the "Inside PR" podcast, and with a call-in on "For Immediate Release."  Cool, huh?

Promo: "Two Minute Danger Theatre"

Part 2 -- In the D's

Why "Despatches from Agent Orange" is on the NaNaPooPoo list.

From The Funny Music Project:  "Stupid As Charged," by Carrie Dahlby, featuring the inimitable Devo Spice.

Part 3 -- Tag Fail

My take on the past use on Twitter of the #LRNY hashtag promotion by Land Rover, and future use of #SYFY by the SciFi channel -- the latter being my idea.  As far as you know.

And Finally...

Theme: "Hot Swing" from Kevin MacLeod

IDSL: "Addiction" by Belly Flopp


Direct download: grizz096.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:22pm CDT
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Hiber-Nation 62 -- Flatland Part 1 Sections 1 & 2 (Re-booted) K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

"Flatland, a Romance of Many Dimensions," by Edwin Abbott Abbott.

I decided to "reboot" this series, since people have actually requested I finish the silly book.

Part 1 -- This World

Section 1 -- Of the Nature of Flatland

Section 2 -- Of the Climate and Houses in Flatland

Show Theme: 
"Canon in D" from Owen Poteat.

Book Theme: "Friendly Day" from Kevin MacLeod.




Direct download: GGHN0062.mp3
Category:Story -- posted at: 5:00pm CDT
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 Part 1 -- Susan Boyle, Girl Singer

My take on the well known Susan Boyle audition on "Britain's Got Talent."

Part 2 -- Twitter and the Death of Disco

Twitter, how it's supposed to work, and how it's getting muddied up by "Social Media Experts."  A few suggestions if you just stumbled into it.  And the Death of Disco, and how Twitter's current state compares.

Music: "Gettin' Giggity With It" from The Great Luke Ski of the Funny Music Project.

Theme: "Hot Swing" from Kevin MacLeod.


Direct download: grizz095.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:04am CDT
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K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Part 1 -- Cold Call Radio

Why and how I think Radio and TV are screwing up.

Part 2 -- In the C's

The next few in the NaNaPooPoo list.

Celtic Myth Podshow


Coverville

Creative Adventures Podcast


Promo: Murder at Avedon Hill

Part 3 -- Murder at Avedon Hill

My review of P.G. Holyfield's podcast novel, which is finally finished.  Probably.

Part 4 -- Life in the Fleet

From the FUMP: Life in the Fleet, by Devo Spice, featuring Carrie Dahlby

Theme: "Hot Swing" from Kevin MacLeod

IDSL: "Acoustic Prom" from Past23


Direct download: grizz094.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:01am CDT
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K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Part 1 -- Minnesota Voices

An answer to a question I didn't have time to provide at the Minnesota Voices UnConference.


Theme:  "Hot Swing" from Kevin MacLeod.

IDSL Tune:  "Acoustic (no lyrics)" from Blackout Effect.

Try my new K7 voice comment line, 206-350-6909.


Direct download: grizz093.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:48pm CDT

K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Part 1 -- I Remember Joe

Running the "I Remember Joe" Special on 4/1/2009.  Running that audioplay, "Sally's Dad Vs the Alligator."  I was in two different bit parts.

Part 2 -- What's Next

What should I do differently this time, so I can end up doing something that'll really make use of my skills & knowledge & experience?  Am I going to have a chance to do Something Different?

Part 3 -- 65 Below

Basil Sands' novel from Podiobooks.com.  Action-adventure as good as anything in the stores, IMHO.

Music: "All Out of Beer" by Possible Oscar from the Funny Music Project.

Part 4 -- Stuff that's gonna Happen Soon


My next "Hiber-Nation" book, whatever that turns out to be.  The Minnesota Voices UnConference today and tomorrow.  Getting a jacket and finding my one tie.  My new K7 comment line, 206-350-6909.

Theme:  "Hot Swing" from Kevin MacLeod.

IDSL Tune:  "Aching for your Company" from standardthompson.


Direct download: grizz092.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:52am CDT

SPECIAL: I Remember Joe: A 2009 Tribute I like to watch NASCAR racing, but I only understand parts of it.  Up till the late 1990's, NASCAR had a rule, when there was an accident and the yellow flag went out, crashed cars on the track, busted tires & car parts & smoke & flames everywhere, the cars were supposed to "race to the line," dodging alla that junk on the track, to have a good position when the race restarted. 

A few years back, they made a new rule.  The officials would decide in what order people would line up under the yellow, and no one would race to the line.  But one guy would get moved up to the very tail end of the lead lap.  "The Lucky Dog."

I started listening to podcasts in 2006.  I listened to practically every podcast I could find.  I started thinking, "I could do that!"  So I started my own podcast, in February 2007.

Joe Murphy died of leiomyosarcoma on April 1st, 2007.  I honestly don't know if I ever heard the podcasts Joe was on, but I have this vague memory I just might have.  I listened to lots of podcasts.  Or, honestly, I might not.  I didn't get the chance to meet him.

But the folks who went ahead of me, folks I've come to like, admire, and trust, liked, admired, and trusted Joe.  He's one of those who made this community what it is.  He's worth remembering.

Podcasting isn't about the microphones, the computers, the software, the talk, the music, the time, or the money.  It's about the people.  And a whole lot of people took a chance on trying this new podcasting stuff, and even regular guys like Joe got a chance to speak.  Even a regular guy like me.

I got to tag along on the tail end of the lead lap.  I'm the Lucky Dog.

So yeah, I remember Joe.  Even so.

But listen to them other folks.  They tell it better.


Direct download: 2009-IRJ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:00am CDT

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