EGC Clambake For August 25, 2006

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I talk a little about the loss of my beloved dog, play some sad songs by K. McCarty, discuss Chris Anderson’s book The Long Tail and go back to my theme of why we all do this if we aren’t getting rich. I then play a song by Choose Your Own Adventure and return to my cave of despair.

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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.

7 thoughts on “EGC Clambake For August 25, 2006”

  1. Dave, good to hear from you. This clambake was a pleasant ‘just in time for the weekend’ surprise. Thanks.

  2. Mark Forman says:

    Hey, that guy stole my line…

    So I’ll say it’s always good to hear your voice and what you have to say when you have the time and or mind to say it-there.

  3. Eddie Dickey says:

    I haven’t listened yet, but I’ll Third that sentiment – I’m glad to see that a new episode has arrived..

  4. Doris P. says:

    Great to hear you again Dave. Grace has given you and your family a nourishing gift of good recollections – you seem to have started to remember them.

  5. raequel says:

    *hugs* on the loss of your dear Gracie…as long as your memories live, she will.

  6. mike dunn says:

    the gracie moments on this show were done w/ class dave – a fitting tribute…

    as for the msm concept of success, check you gmail for a thread i sent you related to this exact topic – i’m constantly amazed by folks from my own industry 😉

  7. C. Norris says:


    Very good show even with the sad topic. It’s true that it’s hard to relate to others grief, more so when the loss is a pet, and if one party has never had the joy of sharing some years with a dog. Mine is a 9yr old english bulldog and that’s pretty old for that breed, so I did relate, perhaps too much as I know my and my dog’s days are getting far fewer.

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