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  • Dan Kuykendall
    As a long time podcasting fan and supporter of the community I have been a fan of many shows, and impressed by a bunch of them. Some of my favorites (and I
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 3, 2007
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      As a long time podcasting fan and supporter of the community I have been
      a fan of many shows, and impressed by a bunch of them. Some of my
      favorites (and I know I'll end up forgetting some) have been Slice of
      Sci/Fi, Escape Pod, Filmspotting, The Signal, The Bitterest Pill, Verge
      of the Fringe, zeFrank, TikiBarTV and numerous Podiobooks (Siglar,
      Selznick, JC Hutchins, etc), along with many many more.

      So when I say I was blown away by the efforts of Stranger Things
      (http://www.strangerthings.tv), its not from a lack of experience with
      the brillance and creativity in this community. Its because its quite an
      impressive accomplishment. Audio is one thing, and it takes skill and
      hard work to do it well. Short video clips like those from zeFrank and
      TikiBarTV are also quite a bit of work and take great talent. But to
      produce a 30 minute long episode with decent acting, a cool story (from
      self-pimping Siglar) and very nice special effects... and to make it a
      free podcast. Wow.

      I have a hell of a time just trying to get my show out once a month, and
      even that is wayyy behind on getting some episodes out (one is coming
      son btw).

      Anyways, my props to the Stranger Things team, and I hope you are able
      to continue gaining an audience and some sponsorship/donations to help
      keep your show going.

      one last note. If the Stranger Things team sees this, your player
      framing looks terrible. In your style.css you have this for your table
      definition.

      table{
      width:100%;
      border-spacing:2px;
      margin:1.5em 0;
      }

      The border-spaceing and margin are whats causing this, since I used
      tables to define the framing in podPress. Either change that in your
      themes style.css or take the podpress_theme.php and copy it to your
      themes dir. Then find the podPress_VideoPreviewFraming function in there
      and add to this tables style attribute.

      border-spacing:0px; margin: 0;

      --
      Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
      http://www.mightyseek.com

      In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
      Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.
    • Dan Kuykendall
      Sorry Scott, for misspelling your name. Its Scott Sigler, no Siglar. I should have noticed before I sent this out. oops. Not like anyone on here doesnt know
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 3, 2007
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        Sorry Scott, for misspelling your name.
        Its Scott Sigler, no Siglar. I should have noticed before I sent this
        out. oops.

        Not like anyone on here doesnt know who you are, or that someone else
        would have hassled me about the spelling.

        btw Scott, if you notice this email. Im really enjoying The Rookie a
        bunch. Its quite a cool change up from the rest of your stuff and shows
        alot of diversity in your writing abilities. Keep up the great work, I
        hope your books sell well and you will continue to be a poster boy for
        successes in podcasting.

        geez, I guess my flu has put me in a real complimentary mood

        --
        Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
        http://www.mightyseek.com

        In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
        Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.


        Dan Kuykendall wrote:
        > As a long time podcasting fan and supporter of the community I have been
        > a fan of many shows, and impressed by a bunch of them. Some of my
        > favorites (and I know I'll end up forgetting some) have been Slice of
        > Sci/Fi, Escape Pod, Filmspotting, The Signal, The Bitterest Pill, Verge
        > of the Fringe, zeFrank, TikiBarTV and numerous Podiobooks (Siglar,
        > Selznick, JC Hutchins, etc), along with many many more.
        >
        > So when I say I was blown away by the efforts of Stranger Things
        > (http://www.strangerthings.tv), its not from a lack of experience with
        > the brillance and creativity in this community. Its because its quite an
        > impressive accomplishment. Audio is one thing, and it takes skill and
        > hard work to do it well. Short video clips like those from zeFrank and
        > TikiBarTV are also quite a bit of work and take great talent. But to
        > produce a 30 minute long episode with decent acting, a cool story (from
        > self-pimping Siglar) and very nice special effects... and to make it a
        > free podcast. Wow.
        >
        > I have a hell of a time just trying to get my show out once a month, and
        > even that is wayyy behind on getting some episodes out (one is coming
        > son btw).
        >
        > Anyways, my props to the Stranger Things team, and I hope you are able
        > to continue gaining an audience and some sponsorship/donations to help
        > keep your show going.
        >
        > one last note. If the Stranger Things team sees this, your player
        > framing looks terrible. In your style.css you have this for your table
        > definition.
        >
        > table{
        > width:100%;
        > border-spacing:2px;
        > margin:1.5em 0;
        > }
        >
        > The border-spaceing and margin are whats causing this, since I used
        > tables to define the framing in podPress. Either change that in your
        > themes style.css or take the podpress_theme.php and copy it to your
        > themes dir. Then find the podPress_VideoPreviewFraming function in there
        > and add to this tables style attribute.
        >
        > border-spacing:0px; margin: 0;
        >
      • Katronix Serf
        Yes, it was an awesome show. Somehow, its even better than Scott s story that its based on. To bad they didn t have the feed set up correctly for iTunes to
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 3, 2007
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          Yes, it was an awesome show. Somehow, its even better than Scott's story
          that its based on.

          To bad they didn't have the feed set up correctly for iTunes to download
          it :-(.

          Dan Kuykendall wrote:
          >
          > As a long time podcasting fan and supporter of the community I have been
          > a fan of many shows, and impressed by a bunch of them. Some of my
          > favorites (and I know I'll end up forgetting some) have been Slice of
          > Sci/Fi, Escape Pod, Filmspotting, The Signal, The Bitterest Pill, Verge
          > of the Fringe, zeFrank, TikiBarTV and numerous Podiobooks (Siglar,
          > Selznick, JC Hutchins, etc), along with many many more.
          >
          > So when I say I was blown away by the efforts of Stranger Things
          > (http://www.strangerthings.tv <http://www.strangerthings.tv>), its not
          > from a lack of experience with
          > the brillance and creativity in this community. Its because its quite an
          > impressive accomplishment. Audio is one thing, and it takes skill and
          > hard work to do it well. Short video clips like those from zeFrank and
          > TikiBarTV are also quite a bit of work and take great talent. But to
          > produce a 30 minute long episode with decent acting, a cool story (from
          > self-pimping Siglar) and very nice special effects... and to make it a
          > free podcast. Wow.
          >
          > I have a hell of a time just trying to get my show out once a month, and
          > even that is wayyy behind on getting some episodes out (one is coming
          > son btw).
          >
          > Anyways, my props to the Stranger Things team, and I hope you are able
          > to continue gaining an audience and some sponsorship/donations to help
          > keep your show going.
          >
          > one last note. If the Stranger Things team sees this, your player
          > framing looks terrible. In your style.css you have this for your table
          > definition.
          >
          > table{
          > width:100%;
          > border-spacing:2px;
          > margin:1.5em 0;
          > }
          >
          > The border-spaceing and margin are whats causing this, since I used
          > tables to define the framing in podPress. Either change that in your
          > themes style.css or take the podpress_theme.php and copy it to your
          > themes dir. Then find the podPress_VideoPreviewFraming function in there
          > and add to this tables style attribute.
          >
          > border-spacing:0px; margin: 0;
          >
          > --
          > Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
          > http://www.mightyseek.com <http://www.mightyseek.com>
          >
          > In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
          > Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.
          >
          >

          --
          <a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace"><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace.gif" style="border:0" alt="Kat's Place podcast"/></a>
        • Dan Kuykendall
          It worked in iTunes for me just fine. Not sure what you mean
          Message 4 of 5 , Mar 3, 2007
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            It worked in iTunes for me just fine. Not sure what you mean

            Katronix Serf wrote:
            > Yes, it was an awesome show. Somehow, its even better than Scott's story
            > that its based on.
            >
            > To bad they didn't have the feed set up correctly for iTunes to download
            > it :-(.
            >
            > Dan Kuykendall wrote:
            >
            >>So when I say I was blown away by the efforts of Stranger Things
            >>(http://www.strangerthings.tv <http://www.strangerthings.tv>), its not
            >>from a lack of experience with
            >>the brillance and creativity in this community. Its because its quite an
            >>impressive accomplishment. Audio is one thing, and it takes skill and
            >>hard work to do it well. Short video clips like those from zeFrank and
            >>TikiBarTV are also quite a bit of work and take great talent. But to
            >>produce a 30 minute long episode with decent acting, a cool story (from
            >>self-pimping Siglar) and very nice special effects... and to make it a
            >>free podcast. Wow.
            >>
            >>--
            >>Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
            >>http://www.mightyseek.com <http://www.mightyseek.com>
            >>
            >>In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
            >>Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.
            >>
            >>
            >
            >
          • Katronix Serf
            Yeah, today it worked for me too, yesterday however iTunes didn t see it was there. ... --
            Message 5 of 5 , Mar 3, 2007
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              Yeah, today it worked for me too, yesterday however iTunes didn't see it
              was there.



              Dan Kuykendall wrote:
              >
              > It worked in iTunes for me just fine. Not sure what you mean
              >
              > Katronix Serf wrote:
              > > Yes, it was an awesome show. Somehow, its even better than Scott's
              > story
              > > that its based on.
              > >
              > > To bad they didn't have the feed set up correctly for iTunes to
              > download
              > > it :-(.
              > >
              > > Dan Kuykendall wrote:
              > >
              > >>So when I say I was blown away by the efforts of Stranger Things
              > >>(http://www.strangerthings.tv <http://www.strangerthings.tv>
              > <http://www.strangerthings.tv <http://www.strangerthings.tv>>), its not
              > >>from a lack of experience with
              > >>the brillance and creativity in this community. Its because its quite an
              > >>impressive accomplishment. Audio is one thing, and it takes skill and
              > >>hard work to do it well. Short video clips like those from zeFrank and
              > >>TikiBarTV are also quite a bit of work and take great talent. But to
              > >>produce a 30 minute long episode with decent acting, a cool story (from
              > >>self-pimping Siglar) and very nice special effects... and to make it a
              > >>free podcast. Wow.
              > >>
              > >>--
              > >>Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
              > >>http://www.mightyseek.com <http://www.mightyseek.com>
              > <http://www.mightyseek.com <http://www.mightyseek.com>>
              > >>
              > >>In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
              > >>Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.
              > >>
              > >>
              > >
              > >
              >
              >

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              <a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace"><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace.gif" style="border:0" alt="Kat's Place podcast"/></a>
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