Saturday, March 31, 2007

Minute Lit - Episode 2 - Literature (final)

(final audio edit)

Finally, we've finished editing the 2nd episode audio file. The "pre-release" file was to get it out the door...the final version adds in a re-worked intro, cleans out the unwanted ums, ahs and dead spaces, and minimizes the non-verbal audio pops and clicks.

Also, in the enhanced audio file you'll see several image changes during the podcast referencing the Minute Lit title, our blogspot site and our e-mail address, minutelit[at]gmail[dot]com.

Give us a listen. Send us your comments, good or bad, in either written or audio format, to minutelit[at]gmail[dot]com.

What do you read? What would you like to read? What do you compute with? What do you podcast with? :-)


Show Notes:

In searching google for references to books, I happened upon the Shakespeare Concordance.

Shakespeare's Sonnet No. 23 (XXIII) is read by Dawn.

Vocabulary word: Concatenate -- can be difficult to say and define...but not hard to use in a spreadsheet program.

Concatenation in programming languages.

We find our way into discussion about Law and Order.

B.H. Haggin's Music for the Man Who Enjoys 'Hamlet' - an excellent review of classical music and how to listen to it.

We initiate discussion of Literary Journals, which we'll talk more about in future episodes.

We reference our spiritual roots in PodCamp Pittsburgh. Is there a PodCamp near you?

And we talk briefly about pasta.

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Minute Lit podcast info:

See the podcast online at the Minute Lit main page, hosted on Apple's iWeb, or
download copies of both "Minute Lit" and "Minute Lit - Tech" here.

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