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  • Stephen, Steve Riekeberg has offered very good advice. I would add that it's worth flattering the prospective guest. Not in an insincere way, of course. But letting them know how much you appreciate them--and meaning it--can help persuade. Paula Paula Berinstein The Writing Show Information and inspiration for writers http://www.writingshow.com > > > Greetings fellow podcasters...
    Paula Berinstein Mar 28, 2010
  • Thanks for looking at the feed! Actually, the problem isn't that it doesn't validate. If that were the case, it wouldn't be possible to download anything at all. Before the version you can see now, I had the date for the Brad Schreiber show as December 2010 rather than January 2010. Anyone who downloaded Brad's show before I changed the date to January 2010 and the GUID to 290.0...
    Paula Berinstein Feb 10, 2010
  • Dear podcast listmates, I'm wondering if you can help me fix a stupid mistake I made with my feed. It seems I made a mistake in the date of my first podcast of 2010, and ever since then, the order of the shows in the feed is messed up. Instead of using January 2010 as the date, I accidentally said "December" 2010. As a result, that show is coming out on top of the listings rather...
    Paula Berinstein Feb 10, 2010
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  • Well, I'm a bit past it now, Tee--not nearly as hot or even as geeky as I used to be. But you sure impressed me when we did our interview for my show. Paula Paula Berinstein The Writing Show, where writing is always the story http://www.writingshow.com > > > But I podcast because I love it...and to impress the hot geeky > chicks. I don't know if the latter is working yet...but I'll...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 15, 2006
  • I'm not sure what your question is, Mur. Or is there one in there? Paula Paula Berinstein The Writing Show, where writing is always the story http://www.writingshow.com > I have two (personal) podcasts, one established in Dec 04 and one in > Aug 05. > Geek Fu Action Grip grew quickly and then kinda plateaued, I Should Be > Writing has churned along, growing gradually but steadily...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 13, 2006
  • > ----- Original Message ---- > From: Paula Berinstein > > To: podcasters@^$1 > What I was really thinking of was something like this plus a way to > track rights holders. I guess that sounds a bit Big Brother, but it > would be to the rights holders advantage and useful for people who > wanted to use their work with permission (and compensation) . I don't > think it will ever...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 12, 2006
  • ...copyright.gov_ (http://www.copyright.gov > ) > > Maggie > > In a message dated 9/11/2006 6:10:00 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time, > pberinstein@^$1 > writes: > > > Steve said: > > > > Even if you believe that your children should be treated as if they > > wrote your books...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 12, 2006
  • > Steve said: > > Even if you believe that your children should be treated as if they > wrote your books, the current term of life + 70 years is lunacy -- at > that point you're handing rights down to your > great-great-great-grandchildren, who very likely won't have any idea > who you are or what you wrote, and in the meantime there are thousands > of works that cannot be enjoyed...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 11, 2006
  • Yes, I remember you, Eileen! Hi!!! (waving) Paula The Writing Show, where writing is always the story http://www.writingshow.com > > > I also go by "e" as the pseudonym for my podcast. > > In my case I think the separation of names is helpful. My podcast, The > Public Domain Podcast, is of the literary kind. I produce audiobooks > (Hello Paula! You're one of the few who might...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 9, 2006
  • I already know who you are, Matt. Paula > I'm totally gonna use a pseudonym now, so the Paula B. magic will work > for me!!! > > How about Emo Luna? > > On 9/8/06, Paula Berinstein > wrote: > > I certainly didn't mean to stir up a huge controversy, Command, or to > > force you into a branding crisis. One thing I'll say: I will never, > > ever forget who you are now...
    Paula Berinstein Sep 8, 2006