Under the Radar
Perhaps you didn't realize this, though it appears you must have,
but you replied to an OFFLIST private letter via a semi-public group.
This is a serious breach of proper etiquette.
It is of course entirely up to you what you do with your show;
it's your show, not mine, and as a friendly observer, I don't
care all that much one way or the other. I appreciate it when
people go through the time and effort to create a show, and I
generally like to see them succeed, assuming they are making
an honest effort.
I was just trying to get you to see how other members of the group
might see things. After all, you pitched your show to us twice.
> ... I don't recommend serious and professional listeners even thinkI wasn't suggesting that your show per se merited collection;
> of collecting them.
rather I was pointing out how members are used to being able
to download shows and save them if they wish.
Myself, I tend to save audio shows, but ones I don't especially
like will get archived to CD or DVD, and I will discontinue
downloading them. Also, sometimes people don't have time to
listen to something right away, and having it downloaded
provides more flexibility as to when to listen.
> ... There is something you don't know about me. I have worked withActually you did mention it in your earlier letter:
> the great Rod Serling ...
> ... I have created a pilot in the vein of Rod Serling (I worked with him)I don't see the issue regarding your show as whether anyone should collect
> Twilight Zone ....
it, or even listen to it, but rather how you seem to me to come across
to your audience and whether you really want people to give the show
The first time you mentioned the show was episode 3, and some people,
such as myself and Rick, would have preferred to sample the first episode
first. Hence our frustration.
Anyhow, let us know when you think it's worth listening to.