I interview two friends about their experiences with D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and drugs while growing up. We also talk about Planned Parenthood and life in general. Fortunately, the audio quality turned out great this time!
Archive for January, 2013
I use my new, magical device to record three friends and myself discussing the vast differences in our growing-up years due to changing technology, especially in education. Basically, we trash-talk D2L (Desire 2 Learn) a whole lot. We also talk about dial-up, MySpace, and human evolution.
Klaatu interviews me about e-cigarettes, and we get some unintentional vocal effects on his track due to feedback from my speakers during recording. Check out Klaatu’s own podcast, GNU World Order.
Another quickie in which I thank a listener for a pleasant surprise.
This is just a quick plea for my listeners to buy me a handheld recorder: http://amzn.com/w/27NKHXGFMV6SR
This episode features two guests, “Anna” and “Jane” (pseudonyms), who describe the internals of sex work. My (highly articulate) guests have both done a fair amount of legal sex work, including webcam and phone sex jobs, and they have many interesting things to say about the process. BTW, both of these guests are looking for […]
This is mostly comprised of a terrible recording I made in Windows. After complaining about Windows not playing happily with my microphone, I complain about the poor usability of certain design-your-own-product websites, and then I ramble on about the (my) digital workflow. This episode has a happy ending, in which I switch to recording in […]
This one covers a tiny bit of DITA/XML stuff, rambling about cats and Electric Sheep, and dextromethorphan, the psychoactive ingredient in over-the-counter cough syrup. Note: I have retrospectively realized that I misused the word “psychedelic” when I meant to say “psychoactive” at one point in the podcast.
After taking my first class in Information Architecture with DITA/XML, I’ve shared some of my thoughts. Forgive the sleepiness and occasional redundancy; I recorded most of the first part around 4-5am and then some the next morning… well, even though it was already morning… but y’know what I mean.
Complementing an article I wrote on the same subject, this episode discusses several places to find free (public domain and Creative Commons) images online. Links: Clker.com Open Clip Art Library Wikimedia Commons Flickr Creative Commons morgueFile Freestockphotos.biz Creative Commons Search