Plugging the holes in a spotty education.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Radio, Radio

I’ll bet you thought we forgot about you, didn’t you? Well, don’t you worry. We’re back, and we’ve cooked up something special.

Join us, won’t you, as Shame-Faced takes to the air!

Rosemarie and I have prepared the inaugural Shame-Faced podcast. Twenty-two minutes of rapier wit. 8 MBs of razor-sharp repartee. We talk about the genesis of the project, recap what’s been done so far, offer a hint of what’s to come, and respond to some of the questions and comments that have come our way. All this, plus fine music courtesy of Evan Tate. And for free!

You can direct download the podcast here, or find it at iTunes if all goes well. It should be available at other podcast sites shortly.

Don’t worry. More posts are coming soon. In the meantime, give a listen and let us know what you think.


Blogger Vince said...

Correction: Please note that although I refer to Charles Dickens' David Copperfield in this podcast, the plot and characters I cite are in fact from Great Expectations. Both were discussed in my high school unit on Dickens; neither was read. And we still never talked about Miss Havisham.

Some would be crushed by such a gaffe, whereas I am vindicated, because it proves my point. If you haven't read a book - or in this case, books - how are you supposed to remember what happens in them? Nonetheless, the management regrets the error.

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