This And That Podcast

Saturday, April 02, 2005

04/02/05 This and That Podcast

04/02/05 Podcast (Show Number 7)

40 minutes | 19.4 MB



Pat's voice sounds 'far away' in this one - blame her bad earphones and not getting right up on the mic. Oh well - after the show we made a Guitar Center run where she got much better phones and a better pop filter - yeah!

Show Notes:

Podcast Democracy
Tax Time and "Being The Ball"
Podcast Alley Voting
Keith And The Girl
User Feedback
Mystery Of The Missing Ice Cream
Pat's New Obsession - snicker, snicker
April Foolery
Daylight Savings Time and Other Time Oddities
Restaurant Kids
New Yorker Magazine Summary
Pat's Cruisin' For A Bruisin'
Surgery TV
Cable TV Paradigm Shift
Podcasting Couples
Where's The Airplane?
Weekly Segment: Dallas Minute
     * Hamburgers!
     * Possum Stories

Show Links:

Keith And The Girl
Show Me Your Wound
Croncast
The PK and J Show
Jawbone
Air Ferg
Viva Podcast

8 Comments:

  • At April 03, 2005 , Anonymous Neil said...

    Hey Jeff and Pat - just listened to all of your shows. Great stuff! Watch out for those possums, they can be a nuisance. My roommate and co-host ran over one in our neighborhood a few years ago and she's never been the same since.

    - Neil
    Borderline Podcast
    www.bdline.net

     
  • At April 04, 2005 , Blogger Jeff said...

    Thanks Neil! Yea - the possums around the neighborhood here seem pretty stupid but like to make a lot of noise in the middle of the night!

     
  • At April 04, 2005 , Anonymous Michael Baker said...

    Bad radio sound effects and reading cartoons out loud on the air aren't what I'm looking for in a podcast. I've turned the show off before it ended for the second week in a row.

    I understand that you think everything is fine as it is but I just wanted to let you know that I was very impressed with the first few shows and am not so much anymore.

     
  • At April 04, 2005 , Blogger Jeff said...

    Thanks Michael. It's good to get the feedback - we just don't know what to do with it always as you can probably imagine. On one hand we are listening and certainly consider the advice. On the other hand, we hesitate to act too much on what could be a vocal minority at the expense of the silent majority. So we prefer to err on the side of caution and just follow our instincts. I hope that we don't lose you as a listener but if we do, I would be happy to recommend other podcasts that both Pat and I find enjoyable.

     
  • At April 04, 2005 , Anonymous Pat said...

    Ok,Michael B, this is Pat, and I'm not Jeff, so I"m bummed by your comment! What's NOT funny about New Yorker cartoons? They are damn funny, let me tell you. That joke "it's all relatives", man, that's gold.

    Yeah, yeah, it's not original, but how original is just reading your fan mail?

    And anyway, reading the New Yorker was a poke at D&D who review porn magazines on there shows. That's not podcast worthy.

    So, Michael, I'd be sooooooooooo happy if you wrote me personally and let me know what you did like about the first shows that's not in the later shows.

    Jeff, sorry, I had to do this. I'm a girl for god's sake!

     
  • At April 04, 2005 , Anonymous Pat said...

    Rats, I miss spelled "their" in my last post. I know the difference, I just can't type worth beans, that's what happens in Texas!

     
  • At April 06, 2005 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    the show is great and the talk is interesting. you guys are likable.
    BUT...lose the sound effects!! They're lame and are much louder than you two..it blows out my ears every time and totally kills the flow of the show.
    Please dump the sounds. Also it seems more amateur than not having them.

     
  • At April 06, 2005 , Blogger Jeff said...

    All right, all right - I think we'll bag the sound effects for a couple of shows - see if there is any outcry. Frankly it saves me some time to not have to do add them.

    As far as making the podcast sound amateur, well we ARE amateurs after all... ;-)

    Seriously though - thanks for the listen and comments!

     

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