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Inside Home Recording, a podcast I co-host
Penmachine Podcast, free MP3s for you to download, remix, mash up, and share
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Lip Gloss and Laptops, my wife's podcast that I engineer
The Editors' Association of Canada, to which I belonged
The Neurotics, my band
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Tuesday, September 06, 2005
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Holy crap! A little chunk of my tune "
Cold Cloth and an Ice Pack" just got played on Adam Curry's Daily Source Code #235 (possibly courtesy of Michael Butler of the Rock 'n' Roll Geek Show).
If you're unfamiliar with him,
Curry is the former MTV veejay who co-invented podcasting, and his DSC is one of the top podcasts in the world. He keynoted Gnomedex too, by recording his DSC #200 live there onstage. Neato.
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