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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Ericast 79 - "John's 15 Minutes"

This week's episode is dedicated to John O'Neil... a friend-of-a-friend (actually, a "friend of a regular Ericast listener", which is even more special!) John had talked to this particular listener about the whole "15 minutes of fame" concept, and I figured I could do my part to help out a total stranger in his quest to become internationally known (or, at least, known throughout the microphone).

I bet nobody will get that reference.

Anyway, we've got some listener-feedback this week (thanks, guys!!!) and I'm trying to launch a multi-week theme/topic thing on "faith". What does "faith" mean to you? Let me know... or let me know whatever you think on any number of other topics, too. As always, 206-339-ERIC (206-339-3742) or an e-mail to eric at ericast.com will get you in touch.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Ericast 78 - "Analog to Digital"

Back again! Hoping for a better trend from here-on-out, but all bets are off at this point. This episode of the Ericast has a slightly different sound due to its recording location, so let me know what you think! (You know the drill -- e-mail eric at ericast.com, or call 206-339-3742, a.k.a. 206-339-ERIC)

What I'm not sure I mentioned in the podcast, since it's old news to me but new since the last episode, is that I have a new daughter!!! Chloe Violet was born at the end of last month, which is one more reason (though not the main one, as you'll hear) why I'm behind on (in?) my podcasting.

Let me know if you're still out there listening, or if I managed to drive my listener away with my extended absences.