EGC Clambake for October 28, 2005

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I play audio feedback from David Jacobs and Ted Rieken (and John Powell by way of Alvin Dick); I play a song by Alana Davis; how about instead of “lift” for the lifestyle we use “uplift”; I play a song by the Butthole Surfers; I discuss the Stephen Hill notion of NPR production standards being a requirement for podcasts to be listened to; I play a song by Bullet Called Life; I’m out.

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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.

4 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for October 28, 2005”

  1. Chris says:

    Hey Dave,

    The name for the ideology of being in control of your life etc. cutting down and waste etc. – how about:


    just an idea.


  2. Eddie Dickey says:

    Man, Bullet Called Life is all that..

    I think that uplift is a great term. I loved the audio comment (by way of Island podcasting) about how the elders talked of lifting each other up. Uplifting.

  3. David Jacobs says:

    Streamlifting. I like that one. Of course I am under a load of debt and drive a gas hogging suv. The horror. I am nowhere near this lifestyle, but I can aspire.


  4. johnk says:

    I like “uplift”, personally.

    I’m now going to start a “urine streamcast” in the bathroom. Everyone should listen. l8r.

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