Re: [podcasters] Anyone else feel this???
- On 6/1/05, Chris Kalaboukis <ck@...> wrote:
> Enough of this Mutual Admiration Society and Backslapping.....What I think is irrelevant. Yes, I've tuned in to certain podcasts
> Let's get down to some serious sh*t. Podcasting is getting dangerously close
> to becoming plain vanilla radio, what with Adam Curry recording his jetting
> around like "Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous", Drew talking about his
> frigging drive home - My God - this stuff is starting to get boring.
> Don't you think? Or is this just a phase.....
and found them boring, but what you and I find boring might be
different. If this is what *you* think, make a better podcast. One
that's unique, one that's entertaining, and one that will make
everyone want to talk about it.
(Like, for example, [GratuitousPlug] narrating published science
fiction short stories each week [/GratuitousPlug].) >8->
Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
ESCAPE POD - the SF podcast magazine
- Hey now, Uncle Freddie's bowels have nothing to do with Uncle Dave's
lower extremities, unless your Freddie tends to hold it in a bit too
long once awhile...too long for his own good, as it's gotta come out
sooner or later...
On 6/2/05, Gareth Trent <ceramicvulture@...> wrote:
> I mean try defining Dave Winer by geography, he moves more often than
> uncle Freddie's bowels.