Saturday, July 21, 2007

My First Podcast

Click here to go to my first podcast listen to it right here:


8 comments:

brookem said...

great podcast chris!

Airam said...

Ha! I loved this!

How did you get that advertisement in the middle and not the beginning?? That was pretty clever!

And, boy, for someone who has a whole lot of nothing to say I'm pretty impressed you managed to record over 4 minutes!!!

:)

Chris said...

Brookem - thanks a bunch.

Airam - If you manually create the episode, it lets you pick where in the podcast you want the advertisement. Once the 100 list came into my head, then the mind kicked in with something to say...thanks for turning me on to the Podcast site!

egan said...

This little podcast of yours, it could be your downfall. I think Airam is influencing you in strange ways. She's got power, yes she does. Brookem is rather influential too.

Chris said...

Egan- I'm not sure about a downfall, but I agree about the unusual influence of my new friends. Fun, Fun, Fun!

ARM said...

OMG!!! I'm gone for a few days and you do a podcast!!!!!!!!! And I've jumped right to this instead of starting where I left off. Podcasts rule!

Where is your accent? You're a New Yorker who lives in Boston and you don't have an accent.

ARM said...

Oh wait...when you said, "every other..." that sounded Boston-ey to me.

Chris said...

ARM - My voice tends to be all over the place. If I actually think about what I am saying, there is far less of a hint of any accent. The "New Yawk", especially the Brooklyn accent pops up with certain words and when I am talking about things related to that area. My pal back in NY swears that over the 10 years I've been hear, some of the Boston accent has slipped in (which I dread because it's kind of a goofy accent)- though I've met many a folk from here who handle the accent with style and grace (and therefore sound far less goofy).