Sun, 27 January 2013
It's the short one! Short podcast, long podcast, repeat. That will be the pattern for a while.
Also, the holiday petit fours are gone, so I guess the diet is goin to be for real. What vegatable dishes do you all have for me?
some links that I mention --
The VNSA Booksale - http://www.vnsabooksale.org/
Direct download: episode_4_-_news_podcasts_and_other_blatherings_audio.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:53pm MST
Sun, 20 January 2013
Last week was a short episode, so this week is long, right? This makes sense to me. (Actually, I might even go to this format for a while. It really seemed to work for me.)
Nothing like starting out like the crazy cat-man. But heck, it could be worse - it could be a houseful of children! Yipes!
But women take the main stage here. What's a gay guy know about women? Plenty. I mean, heck, we're all trying to settle down with Mr. Right, or some close-enough facsimile thereof.
Sexy women of the Original Star Trek show with some admissions tossed in to spice things up. And I apologize ahead of time for the amount of times I say "hot chick". I counted three too many.
Then it is time for comic book women. Such a broad category, but I decide to declare who I think of as the Queen of the Female Spin-off heroes. Here's a hint - think Gail Simone. Or think sexy 60's. Either way could get you there.
And onward to a bit of respectable talk about my choice of Queen of Sci-fi/Fantasy writing. This part comes with a homework assignment, so be prepared. (I can let you know that some of her work is available for free download for Amazon Kindle, so I am certain we can all find something with minimal expense.)
I try to address some of the responses to the first two episodes and give a shout out or two. As always, I thank everyone for taking part and getting this off to a nice start (and for not asking whatever happened to episode #1.)
Direct download: Podcast_3_-_Women-_whatchagunnado-_audio.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:10pm MST
Tue, 15 January 2013
If it walks like a filler and quacks like a filler, than dang it, maybe it is a filler!
So, the weekly schedule went south so quickly, but we are working on this...I explain a bit in the podcast.
Since I had a completely different episode planned, I had to launch with what I could. I do cover a bit about Phoenix Comicon planning and Dungeons and Dragons, which of course we shall revisit later! Then there is also the testing of my temporary theme music. And this weekend will be the planned episode, all about women! (I promise no more squeezie breasteses motions...maybe)
As always, thank you for listening and feel free to let me know what is working for you, make comments, or ask me questions.
Direct download: More_Geek_Than_Gay_2_Audio_-_Getting_Back_On_Schedule.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:57pm MST
Tue, 1 January 2013
I thank you for joining me at the beginning of my podcasting action. You are here to watch it grow -- that's what he said!
Aisha Tyler is right, that never gets old.
Anyway, I am a gay male whose geek-card has more punches than his gay-card. I have written a monthly column for 'N Touch Magazine and worked at the Phoenix ComicCon. But more than that, I am just a big ol' geek, and an all-round ego-maniac. So a podcast was of course in my future.
With that, i jump into the muck and bring you my end of the year revelations of many of the simple pleasures I find crawling around my brain. It goes into all sorts of territory, ending with some thoughts from those who provided input previously and some resolutions.
I hope to hear from you all - let me know what you are liking and would like to see. And the more you give me, the better I will get...I am used to working a crowd so the more the merrier. And any ideas for theme music or a logo are welcome.
I have nothing more to say right now except "Get to listening already!"
p.s. oh yeah, it is maybe best to just assume I was drinking during this. It works for the holiday, you know.
and here is the website for Joshua Tree Feeding Program. Learn more - http://www.jtfp.org/