Clambake Episode for July 14, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for July 14, 2005.

I play a song by Bullet Called Life; the majority of this episode is part two of my interview with John Rogers about the Global Frequency phenomenon and wild possibilities for the future of media; I talk a little about science fiction and why Roger Zelazny and Ted Sturgeon mean so much to me; I play a song by Cats Laughing on my way to glory land.

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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 “Clambake Episode for July 14, 2005”

  1. Eddie Dickey says:

    The singer from Bullet Called Life reminds me of Burton Cummings of The Guess Who .. “These eyes…”

  2. Cody Sims says:

    Hey Dave,
    Gotta tell you, I LOVE IT! Totally in line with everything the two of you said in this interview and would love to see it all happen.

    Went and got the show and loved it. Definetly my fav. sci-fi show and can’t wait to see some more (well, hopefully!)

    Also my fa. interview you have done.


  3. dave says:

    Eddie, Burton Cummings was my late father’s favorite singer. When he was a party DJ, he’d always close out with a song from his solo album. I do see the comparison, which is part of what gives them that retro-seventies sound. That plus the rocking organ.

    Cody, thanks for the kind words. I hope that every interview I ever do is someone’s favorite, and I’m glad this one is yours. It was a blast to do from my end.

  4. Tilted Edge says:

    I have to disagree with John about iTunes. It is not the best thing since sliced bread. People complained that CDs were too expensive and we were told they had all these distribution costs. A lot of the costs should have evaporated with online distribution. Girls buy songs. Men buy albums and 99 cents seems like a rip-off to me. Another thing is that DRM sucks. It’s part of the trend set by software companies which makes it possible to buy something but not own it.

  5. Dave –

    Loved the podcast as it has touched on subjects that I have been interested in for years – digital distribution, the ponderous slow nature of Hollywood infrastructure, branding, etc…


  6. Solarmax says:

    Dave, Thanks for this interview. Great job. Loved the entire interview from the two ‘casts. My wife and I watched the GF pilot and loved it also. They sure did a great job with it. The storyline possibilities are exciting. Great interview!

  7. Hosek says:

    Dude, you rock. Thanks for playing us.

  8. InNae says:


    Thanks for the show. I went out and found the pilot (yeah slap my wrist). If they ever get their head out of their a$$ and pay attention to whats good I would buy it, tivo it, video tape, whatever I had to do to watch it. It was the best hour (45 min plus commercials) of TV that I have seen in years.


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