EGC Clambake For June 11, 2006

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I play a song from Bob Mould’s Blowoff project and talk about how much I like his music; I talk about my Sunday morning visit from Jehovah’s Witnesses; I talk about a trip to the farmers market and eating locally and sustainability; I play a song from Steve Coleman and Metrics; I talk about angry music and angry people; I play a piece from The Onion; I quote a funny bit from Leo Laporte’s show on KFI; I clarify remarks I make about my Creative Commons license; I play a song from The Famous; au revoir.

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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.

9 thoughts on “EGC Clambake For June 11, 2006”

  1. Mark Forman says:

    I can totally relate to time-shifted reaction to getting into bnds. One instance-I went to see the ramones as the opening act for Black Sabbath. We thoroughly enjoyed the ramones but bailed before Sabbath came on, reason-we were punks and Sabbath was a dinosaur rock band. Several years later I got into Sabbath via Faith No More cover of War Pigs.
    re: JW’s my mashup thought for the day is next time the JW people call take them bowling.
    2 cents to chip in for last clambke-Personally I think subscription model for podcasts totally inefectual for other than those fav’s. Funny thing though I dropped you from subscription ages ago because you offer Bit torrent and I support the BT concept. Steve Coleman song-nice.

  2. Dom Barnes says:

    Love listening to your show. Not yet been suckered into tryout out second life but I can’t imagine it being that impressive really.

    Just tried to download this show though via the direct MP3 link and the file’s not found on the server. Is something missing?

    Keep up the podcasting, sorry you’re having to miss out on all the conventions though.

  3. dave says:

    Dom, thanks for pointing that out. That was entirely my operator error. It’s fixed now. Thanks for your kind words on this humble mess here.

  4. Dom Barnes says:

    Cheers for sorting that out Dave. Made my afternoon at work a whole lot better.

    Just wondering, you often mention about RSS feeds you read, but I was just wondering, what reader do you use? I tend to use Safari at the moment but I’d like to find something dedicated but have no idea where to start.
    Got any recommendations?

  5. dave says:

    Dom, I use NetNewsWire. I did use Shrook for a while, but NNW kicked it to the curb.

  6. I think that Dave needs to put this on a T-Shirt.

    “I’m never not angry. I may have it under control, but there is a spark that can turn into flame at any given point.”

  7. dave says:

    Harmen, thanks. When you write it out like that, it does seem a little more profound than something I just spouted stream of consciousness. I think that goes to show if you talk enough, eventually you will say something non-stupid.

  8. Hi Dave!

    It’s been months since I’ve heard your show last time. Today I heard it again. Man, you rocks! Your show is really very, very good.

    And I’m not talking about the music you play (I have nothing against your music), but what I really like is heard you talk, giving opinions, etc.

    keep doing that great work!

  9. dave says:

    Rodrigo, thanks for the kind words. I appreciate you taking the effort to let me know. I’ll try to remain worthy of your time.

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