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Post18 Sep 2005 09:29 pm
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Lichens and germs,

SMART-POPcast Episode 2 is available. Get it one of these ways:
Listen/Download on MySpace (24k MP3, 8.8 MB)
Direct Download (64k MP3, 23.2 MB)
(Right click and 'Save As')

Unfortunately our podcast host is having problems tonight. If you can't get it now, try again later. EDIT: LibSyn (our host) is back up and running. Download till your heart's content.

The web feed for the podcast is also up. If you have iTunes, another podcasting program like iPodderX, or a feed reader with podcast capabilities, you can subscribe to the feed, and new episodes will be automatically downloaded.
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May the CORN be with you. Very Happy


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Post19 Sep 2005 07:15 am
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Hallelujah was actually written and first performed by Jeff Buckley, who drowned in the mid 90s. It has since been played 1000 times whenever someone needs a sad montage.
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Post19 Sep 2005 10:10 am
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Nate wrote:
Hallelujah was actually written and first performed by Jeff Buckley, who drowned in the mid 90s. It has since been played 1000 times whenever someone needs a sad montage.


yes, we are aware. I said the first time I had heard it it was performed by Rufus Wainwright in Shrek. I mean, jesus christ its Jeff Buckley. The only reaosn I even mentioned it was because I had JUST heard it on House as well in the same week, but I'm not sure who sang this verson as it has been covered by many many people. And, just since we're addressing it, it was used in Lord of War, so I'm just wrong all around. Thanks.

have any positive observations?

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Post19 Sep 2005 10:29 am
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Reel Monkey wrote:
have any positive observations?

I said poo.

By the way, our podcast host is up & running again, so everyone should be able to download.
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Post19 Sep 2005 12:28 pm
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Nate wrote:
Hallelujah was actually written and first performed by Jeff Buckley, who drowned in the mid 90s. It has since been played 1000 times whenever someone needs a sad montage.


Written by Leonard Cohen actually. But no matter.

I will listen to the broadcast tonight. I couldn't get it to play last night.
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Post19 Sep 2005 12:44 pm
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I will listen to the broadcast tonight. I couldn't get it to play last night.


excuses excuses.
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Post19 Sep 2005 01:14 pm
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Great show.

I wanna hear Mac on the 'cast!
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Post19 Sep 2005 01:33 pm
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Nikcon wrote:
Great show.

I wanna hear Mac on the 'cast!


I agree.
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Post19 Sep 2005 03:53 pm
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I thought the show was great and everyone articulated their thoughts well, even their jokes, and you three had a comfortable pressence together despite the, you know, lack of anyone being actually together.
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Post19 Sep 2005 05:00 pm
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Nikcon wrote:
Great show.

I wanna hear Mac on the 'cast!


Don't encourage them!

I'm biding my time. I'm not yet sure the whole roundtable thing is for me. I'll give it a try when part 5 of my romance article goes up. Which will be soon hopefully.
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Post19 Sep 2005 06:17 pm
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This week shows a marked improvement. Actually pretty cohesive and interesting. Thom's interjections are quite Ebertesque at times.

Pretty cool overall. I'm sure it will only get better if we can stick to it.
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