Category Archive

The following is a list of all entries from the Asides category.

Pick cross-over

Eddie’s pick for Episode 63 was Scala’s cover of the Radiohead song “Creep” and Noah’s pick was the video site Devour.  So it is pretty fitting that today Devour featured the video for Scala’s version  of creep.

Updated: Issue with playing podcasts

Update: Thanks to some help from the developers of the PodPress plugin, we were able to resolve this issue. You should be able to play podcasts from the website as normal.

This is just a quick note to acknowledge that there is an issue when you click on the “Click to Play” image.  We are working to resolve this issue and hopefully we’ll have it fixed soon.  In the meantime you can click on the small “Audio M4A” image to play the podcast.

New “Lame Show” staff member

Please join me in welcoming a new member of the “Lame Show” team, Elijah Thomas Brimhall.

Elijah Thomas Brimhall

Elijah Thomas Brimhall, Sound Engineer

Elijah joined the “Lame Show” team on Thusday, Nov. 26th at 1:13 pm.  He weighs 9lbs 3ozs and is 21 inches long.

Although we have this new team member, training him on how to operate the soundboard and showing him what makes a good Lame List nomination will take some time and necessitates the delay of  new episodes for a while.

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Lame Show crew on 2P Start Live!

Noah and Eddie were asked to join in the fun of the 100th episode of 2P Start Live! Besides a few minutes of great Lame Show / 2P Start cross-over goodness you also can find out who won the Knubby Awards this year and some other special news from 2P Start.

The Internet Manifesto

Since our last podcast looked into the future of Newspapers and the internet, I think our listeners might find this interesting:

Internet Manifesto: How journalism works today; Seventeen declarations

A group of German weblog authors and journalist came up with a 17 point manifesto on how the realities of the internet and their implications for journalism.  It’s a quick read and doesn’t really go in to any real depth on any one of the declarations, but it provides a good jumping off point for thinking about how to journalist could and, as the authors of the manifesto argue, should approach the internet.

The Greatest Super-Villain Weapon Ever?

Seeing as we talked about Green Lantern in our most recent episode, I thought it would be somewhat appropriate to post this link: