Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for September 19, 2010 – “New Things Coming, Old Things Going”

Here is the direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for September 19, 2010. I play a song from George Hrab; I talk about about the new addition to the family and my reaction to a post on Boing Boing; I play a song by the Beatnik Turtle that I co-wrote with them; I talk about shutting down AmigoFish and starting up Ebooks From TV; I play a song by Boiled in Lead and hurl … myself into the future.

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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.

3 thoughts on “Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for September 19, 2010 – “New Things Coming, Old Things Going””

  1. george hrab says:

    Thanks for playing the tune!

    Great show-



  2. Josh says:

    Congratulations Dave.

    That was a good podcast, as usual, with great news, though the last one (“Six Years and Counting, Monkey Fighters!”) was absolutely fantastic. I meant to write you a note when it came out. If you only did one podcast a year like that one, one where I’m nodding my head in a agreement every few seconds, I’d be satisfied. So don’t fear the podfade, only fear irrelevance.

    Wellington, NZ

  3. Hey Dave,

    Its been a really long time since I have visited your site. I remember listening to my first show of yours back when I was 14. You were recommending some comic book podcasts back in 2005. I dont know what you have been up to lately but congratulations on your baby, and I hope the future has a lot of good in store for you. You now have me as a twitter follower and I wish you luck, hope you keep up the show.

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