Brian and I continue a conversation about podcasting. I mention one of many aha moments where I realize that podcasting feels like the right track.
Even though it was a buyer’s market, it took us forever to find our house.
Craters of the Moon was really beautiful. And windy. It was really windy. I can’t think of a better reminder of the time the three of us climbed up these endless hills.
My sister gets the credit for organizing a family reunion. Every detail has been considered and now the impossible has happened. Most of us will be there for my dad’s birthday.
About eight years ago, I made a super short movie based on a story a friend told me. I called it Dollar Signs. In this video, the way I used some old interviews about work and school is similar to the audio montage style that defines this podcast.
Using a shared public access television studio wasn’t always convenient. But the space was inviting and the rice krispie bars were a big plus.
The kids get together to make some prank phone calls. Do kids still do that in the age of evil teleswindlers?
Is there a home for Liberals in the Democratic Party?
It’s 2004 at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. Some delegates of Dennis Kucinich think it’s too early to throw their support to John Kerry. But there is a lot of pressure to do exactly that.
In 2003 I recorded two people having a political debate. Why do we keep having the same argument?