The accessibility of video is a big reason why Internet talk shows are trending. Twitter has created a culture in which people expect two-way dialog between everyone:
I am disappointed about Friday night. Found that out in the opening moments of the show, and quickly switched to a backup connection which unbeknownst to me is now devoid of the static IPs for which I still pay. The resulting DHCP disaster conflicts throughout knocked more than just me offline.
About a half hour in, I called it quits. That brings me to the most frustrating point of all. I thank you for your interest and I apologize, primarily on behalf of the state of broadband in the United States of America, for my absence.
I had to drive to the Valley to send this. I will receive these emails, no matter how far I have to drive to see them.
Apologies on behalf of the state of broadband in rural America. Gotta go to the doctor in Scottsdale and should make it back in time to talk to you.
But all is not lost. Brian Wilson is going to join me. Not a chance said I, though I must admit to a subtle wash of relief all over when I discovered I was only in the credits. More than enough considering the dubious nature of some of the players in these 50 stories. I can promise you one thing— reading the book will make you laugh.
Get a copy from Amazon here. Time is not on my side today. But you can email your choices here — and I hope you will. Next week, Carol Ford joins me in studio for the whole show. So between now and then, vote early and vote often.
Kinda like the midterm election, only a lot more fun. Speaking of next week, halloween is coming up. And daylight savings is ending, but not for a couple more Friday Nights. Glad some of you were around to hear the live show tonight.
The first time Americans were warned about this was in The New York Times thought it could be the downfall of civilization. And as the roaring 20s came to an end, the government concurred.
What was it that worried them? Inthe surgeon general told the senate that cigarettes were particularly bad for women, causing nervousness, insomnia and other assorted maladies, lowering the physical tone of the Nation.
The New York Times was probably more focused on the distaste of the habit, claiming if it caught on big it would be the ruin of the republic. That's the hardest part. Apologies for bowing out tonight. No live show tonight. This will give everyone time to compile updates.
I expect to hear from all the usual suspects including Bob who has been missing in action these past few weeks. My gratitude to Carol Ford for all the great show prep.
The dead will remain so until we get together again to remember them on October 12th and indefinitely after that too, come to think of it.
Expiring minds want to know.
The night before the sign was to be painted, a change was made. Now we all know it as something else. What is the retailers name? It opened in San Francisco inselling pants and records, hence the idea, Pants and Discs. If you missed the show, you can hear it on the stream or download it from the replays.
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