Notice that my babbling had to be edited down to 52 minutes. I hope I have not doomed his otherwise brilliant concept of interviewing geeks to find out what makes them tick.
Ah, life has been fun recently. Patrick, Stephen and I recorded Episode 5 of WhatTheCast last night. I hope to have it edited & posted by Sunday, because I think it’s comedy gold.
Saturday should also be entertaining. My karate school is doing a demo for the Mountain Park Plaza Spring Festival from 2:00-3:00pm. We’ll be next to Tut’s Book Emporium as ARTC puts on a live presentation. I have a feeling I will be one of the brown belts Mr. Reader uses for demonstrations. Yesh, you can come watch me get tossed about in an unpleasant manner .. only a few people saw it the last time in Virginia.
Well frak, it sounds like Penn Jillette‘s radio show is going off the air. That means the podcast of the show will also be going away.
“Penn and CBS would have been very happy for the show to continue had the one hour format proven to have been easier to program in to more markets.”
I enjoyed having his skeptic, libertarian & humorous viewpoints in my ear five days a week. It’s also a little weird since I have one of those “six degrees of separation” connections to Penn (Suzan knows Kim, who is friends with Emily, who is married to Penn). I guess I’ll just have to watch more episodes of B.S. now.
I wonder what someone can do if they want to produce a radio show for less than an hour (he asks in a rhetorical sort of way)? In podcasting, more than an hour is a sin (at least according to Steve & Mike).