Posts from October, 2005

Halloween AndyCast

Posted by Andy Bilodeau
On October 27th, 2005 at 14:10

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BOO!

AndyCast 012 is out and it is very BOO-tiful. It will scare the crap out of you….well…maybe not the "crap" but it is entertaining.

Hope you enjoy! 


Andy Cast 11…Best AndyCast Yet?

Posted by Andy Bilodeau
On October 20th, 2005 at 01:10

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Hey Folks, I spent a lot of time and energy on this show and you can tell. I think this my best AndyCast yet.

Please take a few minutes to let me know what you think.

 Also, I have a new promo available. Check the promo link on the right side of the blog and I’ve released it into the RSS feed.

Again, let me know what you think!


AndyCast on a Hot Tin Roof

Posted by Andy Bilodeau
On October 12th, 2005 at 23:10

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Our Tin anniversary episode….a little on the short side….but high in the music side….2 words….Natalie Brown!

Hope you enjoy! 


New AndyCast Released

Posted by Andy Bilodeau
On October 5th, 2005 at 23:10

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Well…it’s still technically Wed…and AndyCast_009 has been released. YEAH! :)


Please Vote at PodCast Alley

Posted by Andy Bilodeau
On October 3rd, 2005 at 22:10

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Hey Folks,

 Please help stroke my ego and drop in on podcast Alley and vote for the AndyCast. I’ve had a stale entry removed so there will be no confusion as to the real and official AndyCast. You can find the link to PodCastAlley site on the right side bar or it’s here for your convenience. I am all about making life a little easier for my faithful listeners.

I’ve just completed reading a couple of podcasting books. Podcast Hacks which was a great book on some technical tips and tricks to get podcasts produced and posted.

Podcast Solutions was a more complete book in that it discussed some of the history of podcasting as well as some of the social and technical issues that podcaster NEED to concern themselves with.

Both books have excellent points they raise and if I were to implement them all, I’d be podcasting 24/7!

Once again, I’d appreciate a few seconds of your time to log a vote at podcast alley.

My fragile ego thanks you.

;-)