EGC Clambake Episode for Feb 7, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for February 7, 2005.

In this episode, I admit I don’t care about the Superbowl; I talk a little more about the iPod Shuffle and how I use it; I talk about the radio shows I capture; I talk about G’Day World; I wish for a comic book podcast; I play a song from the Sine Fiction soundtrack for Shockwave Rider and talk about the book; I then call it a night.

This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX!

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

8 thoughts on “EGC Clambake Episode for Feb 7, 2005”

  1. Glad to hear your enjoying our shows Dave…you probably don’t want to know about all the shows that we have coming up then do you??? Expect one new show every three days for the next month… 😉

  2. Hey Dave, cracked up when I heard your show tonight. Sorry to hear we are a “fault line” in your Shuffle! Just get a REAL iPod and you wont have to worry! Doc Searls was right! Shuffles suck for podcasting! Hey we’re big fans of your shows and your early pioneering effots in the medium, keep it up dude!

  3. Hey guys,

    It really isn’t a problem and isn’t a big deal. This would work with any big lump of any newly subscribed cast. It might be hard to believe, but for this particular application (listening to my new podcasts I have downloaded) it seems preferable to me over a full iPod. Since the content is essentially disposable, I don’t need to have 20 G of it. As it is, the smallest shuffle usually has around 16-20 hours of podcasts. I’m willing to trade capacity for tiny form factor and easy ubiquity.

    I really am enjoying the shows. I don’t know how I’ve missed you up to this point. I’m looking forward to getting to the Doc Searls interview.

  4. Man, <quote> Dickhead </quote> (Killroy certainly is one)
    Just got to note the fact that you called the United States of Europe an ‘Emu’ sounded quite funny sitting here in the office, in the UK on the 08/02/05. Great Great show!

    Coffee anyone?

    Keep up the good work man!

  5. Rizzar, are you sure you got the right guy? I think you meant this for Brother Curry. He’s the one with the European monetary talk.

  6. That was cool. I didn’t know stuff like that existed for sci-fi books. Thanks!

    It was very weird in my car. There was a lot of bass and I could feel the reverb on the steering wheel and on the side panels. – Steve

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