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  • David Grizzly Smith
    Wait, you re on Second Life? Where? :) ... -- grizzly at grizzlysgrowls dot com Grizzly s Podcasts & Stories: Live shows on BTR:
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      Wait, you're on Second Life? Where? :)

      It was 10 Feb 2010, when Phil Rossi commented:


      > Q and A sessions are pretty typical--I think your Twitter angle is a great
      > one. In the past, I've done Second Life events with music, q/a, or some
      > combination of those elements.
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      > I think you hit the nail on the head--have fun with it and reward yourself
      > for the marathon that is podcast novel production
      >
      > Cheers,
      > Phil
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      > --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, Jeri Unselt
      > <walkerdependentmusicfan@...> wrote: > > Hey everyone, > > I could use some
      > advice. I'm about five episodes away from finishing my > podcast novel
      > Inner Demons, and would like to do a wrap up episode, where > another host
      > takes questions from twitter or something like that. I just > want to make
      > this more of a celebration that I finished the podcast. > > Does anyone
      > have any ideas on what goes into a wrap up episode? > > Thanks, > > Jeri >
      > > http://www.innerdemonsnovel.com > > > [Non-text portions of this message
      > have been removed] >
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