Well, Heather and I decided to dust off the podcasting gear, and we got together and recorded a “podcast” yesterday afternoon. Trouble is, it’s mid-August, and there’s not much going on Sabre-wise. Good thing Heather and I don’t mind doing an entire podcast about how there is nothing to podcast about. Don’t worry. It’s only five minutes long.
We debated whether or not to even publish this one. It’s….comically devoid of value. We have some technical issues: Heather’s air conditioner is an active participant, and I completely forgot how to use my editing software since our last podcast. In addition to the lack of intelligent material, the ambient noise, and the fussy editing, I use the word “totally” about eleventy million times, and I ruin almost every second of dialog with my incessant giggling. (I swear I’m 33 years old.) Have I mentioned it’s only five minutes long?
Here’s what happened: We got together, we quickly realized that although we were having a grand old time we were not feeling inspired or creative enough to come up with any good podcasting material, I went home, and then I spent hours obsessively editing everything away until the entire postcast was whittled down to almost nothing. Then I added cricket noises.
Thankfully, it’s only five minutes long.
I think there is some method of subcribing to SabreCast on itunes, but I don’t know what it is. That’s Heather’s area of expertise. My area of expertise is cricket technology.