Monday, July 18, 2011

Non Music Related Post

I haven't done one of these self-referential pity-inducing posts in a while, so in the absence of having anything prepared, here goes!  Actually, this isn't meant to induce any kind of pity, I just thought that sounded fairly good.

As you know, Alternative Airwaves - the podcast - is on a special summer schedule; I neglected to mention one very important reason for this when I recorded the last podcast: I'm moving to a new house September 1st.  Obviously I will be very busy packing things and not really spending much time sitting at a desk recording a podcast (and yet, I still plan on getting those Weekly Airwaves in - I promise to try!).


There's more of a point to this post.  I thought briefly about posting behind-the-scenes photos of the studio over at the Facebook page.  I took some, but then I reailzed that I am going to have to take the studio apart and it will quickly no longer look like the pictures I snapped.  So here's what I'm going to do: I'm going to put these photos into a Flickr set and document the deconstruction and subsequent reconstruction of the Alternative Airwaves studio.

This is going to be an on-going process, as I plan to make improvements to the way I do things over here at Alternative Airwaves.  I'll try to get the initial photos that I took last week online very soon.  Once again, I'm posting them over at the Facebook page, so if you're not a fan yet - why not?  You're missing out on so much.  Well, not really - but it would make me feel better about myself.

Also in the coming weeks, I'm going to migrate older podcasts over to http://www.archive.org, and updating links on older blog posts.  I'm not 100% certain, but this may result in some repeat posts showing up in either the RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, or new iTunes episodes.  I'm not entirely sure.  Either way, I'll look at it as summer re-runs during a semi-hiatus period.  Hope you enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Why does it have to be Flickr? Maybe Picasa. Maybe BOTH. I'm talking to myself, I think.

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