Posted by CamiKaos on May 11, 2009
Boy did we ever have a full slate Friday night. For our Tech Edition we were joined by Troy Harlan and Sam Alexander from Vidoop. Then we quickly moved into Afterhours where we were joined by No Kind Of Rider. Having a whole band in the studio meant all kinds of shuffling of guests, but we managed to hear from Jeremy, Joe, Wes, Jon and Sam, listen to some great tunes, celebrate our 100th episode and eat a delicious celebratory cake from Julie & Troy. It was a good night full of fun, I hope you enjoy it too!
On to technical matters. If DrNormal ever posted to the blog that he had me set up for him he’d tell you all sorts of behind the scene technical tidbits and goodies. But he doesn’t. This week there’s something he really wants you to know before you listen to the audio podcasts and since I’m a saint I agreed to take a few moments and tell you that starting this week the audio episodes will be released at a higher quality. That means the files are twice the size they used to be, but he swears that it’s worth it because the sound quality is at least twice as good.
Now on with the shows:
Want more No Kind Of Rider? They have an album almost ready to goand they’ll be playing this Thursday night at the Red Room on 82nd. You can check their Myspace page for more upcoming shows.
Join us next Friday May 15th to talk to Dana Plautz the woman behind Mrs. P.com, a storybook entertainment site that encourages literacy in a really fun way. Then in afterhours we’ll be back to our everyday shenanigans with a little help from our friends.
Are you attending WebVision 09? If you are stop by and see us. We’ll be there broadcasting live Thursday & Friday. A portion of our day will be set aside to talk to attendees and find out why they’re attending, we’d love to hear from you.
Updated May 13th, 2009
After we posted these episodes we learned some unfortunate Vidoop news. Our thoughts are with all of those effected. Rick at the Silicon Florist has a good post on the topic. Despite the bad timing, we’d like to thank Troy and Sam for an excellent Tech Edition of Strange Love Live.