EGC Clambake Episode for March 3, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for March 3, 2005.

In this episode, I talk a little about the ongoing controversy; I play an ass-kicker of a song by Sonia Tetlow; I talk about and play a clip from Caribbean Free Radio; I talk about my discussion with Dan Conover of the Charleston newspaper; I play a clip from the Douglas Rushkoff presentation at PopTech via IT Conversations; I talk about my thoughts on quantity vs. quality of the audience; I compare and contrast the iRiver IFP-790 to the iPod Shuffle; I play a song by Moonshine, have a little breakdown and barely recover in time for the dismount.

This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX! Don’t forget, you can fly your EGC flag by buying the stuff package.

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10 Replies to “EGC Clambake Episode for March 3, 2005”

  1. I get 11 podcasts but EGC for some reason won’t download automatically onto ipodder like every single other podcast will. I have to manually do it via rightclicking your link and then add it to itunes. I dont mind doing this, but it defeats the uniqueness of podcasting, may be affecting many others the same way, and may be decreasing the number of listeners. The wierd thing is, I got the Bittorrent test feed without a hitch. I check it every day, and nothing from ECG ever adds on to ipodder, but all the others do. The alternate feeds on the upper left side of your blogg dont work either. Unfortunately, I’m a physician, not a computer genius and have no idea how to correct this.

  2. Haven’t been following the show as closely as I should have been… I just went back and listened to those idiots at FTL.. Yeah.. they suck. I’ve heard better on Marquette’s radio station.

    -Adam

  3. Adan, I wouldn’t say that they suck, per se. They did nothing for me and bored me shitless, but they serve an audience and god love the folks that enjoy and tune in. It’s all about the correctness of the audience. They’ve got this neurotic need to convince everyone that their audience of whatever correctness is also huge and universal and makes them “the best.” One listen shows that ain’t the case, but it’s good for some.

    I have been thinking some about that whole AM talk mentality, which is the exact opposite of the approach that I like in podcasting. I might post and/or cast about that.

  4. …for turning me on to Micelle Malone. Since your first podcast with her, “Avalon” has been stuck in my head. I have bookmarked her site and am currently checking my CD budget to see if’n I can’t get that CD in my collection.

    Thank you muchly!

  5. i found them quite boring myself. i gave them 2 hours worth, i got tired from Ian interrupting all the time,so that will be it for my listening burden. Evil Genius is for me

  6. Hey, Dave:
    I bought the iTunes store out of Michelle Malone; figuratively, at least.
    I’ll even forego purchasing a NASCAR diecast to visit her webstore, and pick up the rest.
    If I never get another thing out of listening to podcasts, I’ve got Michelle’s music. Text emoticons don’t convey how much I like her music.
    Thank you!
    –Ken–

  7. Hey dude…great podcast as always! One note, the Caribbean Free Radio redirect seems to be bonked; looks like caribbean is misspelled, and it’s a .com, not a .org. Otherwise, perfect. *grin* I going to check out the dudes that you played that snippet from…they seem pretty sharp!

    Take care, man.

    Ken

  8. Hey dude…great podcast as always! One note, the Caribbean Free Radio redirect seems to be bonked; looks like caribbean is misspelled, and it’s a .com, not a .org. Otherwise, perfect. *grin* I going to check out the dudes that you played that snippet from…they seem pretty sharp!

    Take care, man.

    Ken

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