Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for December 4, 2005.
I bust some balls; I play a comment from Ted Riecken which comes with a song by Tom Robinson; I talk more about power relationships and aggrandizement in the podosphere and read a quote from the late Isaac Asimov; I play a XMas song by Ronnie Marler; the last ever airing of the goofy iPodderX ad; I replay a snippet from Mike Seyfang on the space telephone and respond ; I play another song from the upcoming Michelle Malone CD; – 30 –
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Links mentioned in this episode:
- Ted Riecken and Island Podcasting
- Tom Robinson
- Isaac Asimov
- The soon to be renamed iPodderX
- Mike Seyfang
- Ronnie Marler
- Michelle Malone
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6 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for December 4, 2005”
Hey Dave, just saw this in my aggregator – thanks for the heads up in shownotes, still waiting for them bits to torrent their way down to my ‘spaced phone reciever’. Will load up the mp3 player and head out to the beach on my trusty pushbike on this sunny Adelaide morning.
Fang – Mike Seyfang – LearnDog
Dave, If I didn’t know you better I’d say that wikipedia comment was a thinly veiled dig at…Albert Einstein? If not, another genius?
Alas, the Podhow Corp seems very much old media,maybe you should send them a gift RSS feed to EGC and Buzz Machine.
IPodder-X, can’t help but feel you made Bob Dobbs smile on that one.
By power, do you mean that you are not allowed to say anything disparaging about the man upstairs if you work for “the man” ?
I guess I am gonna get fired because I trashed the Podsafe For Peace song on my latest show.
-Still jumping the shark,
Your taste in music will never jump the shark-keep your hand over the Butler jewels.
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