My Origins report show is coming soon, but until then, enjoy this recording that I made of the Saturday podcasting panel, organized by Paul Tevis. The panelists were:

Paul Tevis (Have Games, Will Travel)
Mike Sugarbaker (OgreCave Audio Report)
The Mad Three (Gamer: The Podcasting)
Don Dehm (Pulp Gamer)
Yours truly
Tom Vasel (The Dice Tower)
Mike Stackpole (Podcast Entertainment Network)

Many thanks to Paul Tevis for organizing this — it was fun! But boy, can podcasters talk…

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3 comments so far

 1 

Brilliant! Apparently again…

July 9th, 2006 at 4:07 am
 2 

Just loved hear the show – lots of fun (although I have no idea who most of the others were, other than you, Paul and Tom).

BTW, Mur may be the coolest woman on the planet for forcing Reiner record your plug. I laughed for about ten minutes straight when I heard that. I have to say that I like the initial version of that snippet you played on Dice Tower better than the one you put on your show later since the earlier cut lets us hear Mur sounding a little put out that Reiner can’t just record a simple plug. Classic!

August 12th, 2006 at 9:12 pm
 3 

Mur is awesome, yes. Maybe I’ll play the full bit from now on…

August 17th, 2006 at 6:29 am

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