mage67 (mage67) wrote,

My March 2006 podcast is up

OK this one is more interesting at least. At the end of it I do a skit I wrote called Gates, Bates or Phoebe Cates. The game involves telling the difference between Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft), Norman Bates (fictional mass murder of the 1960 movie Psycho), or Phoebe Cates (a famous actress who has been in over a dozen films). Believe it or not, it's a lot harder to tell the difference between the three than you might think.

We made a drastic improvement over the last podcast, but we still have a long way to go to get to professional quality.

I still look hideous in it since I don't sleep for over 24 hours before I film these and my hair is so bad it's painful to look at. My performance skills are improving, but I still suck as an actor.

I'm on the left, John Squirek is in the middle, Patrick McEvoy is on the right. Mary Ginsburg is off camera.

You can watch it on the web even without an iPod. We talk about computers and events at NYPC. We have a nice presentation of wireless devices too. This one lasts 32 minutes and 28 seconds in total. However the pacing and entertainment value was much better than last time.

It's at

Enjoy and when critiquing, please be kind. I already know it needs lots and lots of work to be acceptable :)

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