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I just received the following – please go and listen to Gabor’s tribute !!
Dear All – and Mark
the electrical language podcast no 77 is a celebration of the tartanpodcast, and many thanks to those of you who have helped with support, ideas and contributions
1. Turn Off Your Radio (Turn Me On Instead) by Dropkick
2. My Heart Sinks by Hotrod Cadets
3. After All by The Hazey Janes
4. You (Always On My Mind) by Brackenridge morphing into the version by Evangeline
5. Sun Splits The Sky by Gum
6. Call Centre Blues by The Boy Lacks Patience
7. It Angers Me So by Finniston
8. Yeah, You Can Be My Muse by Amplifico
9. Interference by Electrum
10. Beggarstown by Hollow Horse
Contributions (read by me and audio) by:
* Alastair Taylor (Dropkick)
* Alastair Bishop (Hotrod Cadets)
* Raymond Weir (Gum)
* Paul and Judy Hutchinson (Total Podcastrophe)
* Mark Hunter (but he doesn’t know that!)
Moral support by Grant Mason and Linda Mills: thanks guys.
And thanks to Mark Hunter
As a member of the Association of Music Podcasting, I get the chance to volunteer to host an edition of the association’s weekly showcase music show.
Well, quite some time back I did – and this week’s podcast (show 70) is the one hosted by yours truly ! Do check it out; there are ten deliciously tasty tracks to savour and I think it makes a very worthy companion, musically speaking, to this week’s TFL.
If you liked what you heard, then leave a comment on the AMPed shownotes page – no-one ever seems to, so let’s see if TFL listeners can break the comments duck !
Since I’m always on about my cycling to and from work, I just found out that I could use Gmaps Pedometer to record my route for others to see. Very cool, though since I’m drawing a route using straight lines and not curving about, the mileage accuracy is a bit out. Still, it’s fun to use the hybrid map and zoom right in !
So, if you’ve ever wondered what my route to work looks like (from a bird’s eye view), here it is.
Tech site Digg.com is now listing Podcasts.
Warm the jaded cockles of an old man’s heart this Christmas and go and Digg Three From Leith. I’d be chuffed to bits if you did !
Thank you all and a very Merry Christmas !
The sampler podcast for Podcast User Magazine is now available – listen to what’s on offer in the upcoming issue !
www.podcastusermagazine.com for your free copy of the magazine.
Just a quick post to put the current issue of PodcastUser Magazine in the feed so you’ll get it automatically in your podcatcher ! If you haven’t tried reading it yet, please do – there’s something in it for the podcaster and for the listener so that everyone can enjoy it !
Not only that, but you can marvel at the writing talents of your favourite podcasters
Go on – you know it makes sense !
Podcast User Magazine now has a promo podcast which previews the forthcoming issue of the magazine each month. It includes snippets of audio from the Editorial Manager and some from that month’s contributors. You can subscribe to it here and listen to it here.
Issue 6 of the magazine is also out now – download it by clicking on the front cover image below. Be sure to enter the amazing competition to win a $400 piece of serious podcasting hardware and check out my article on where to find music for your podcast.
If you’re listening in after the 14th June, the link will have gone but you can listen to Roger’s unedited review here.
Roger, you’re a star !