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Samuel’s Persiflage #11

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Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Eleven has sprung into life (possibly chased by singing sheep), and is waiting for you to download it. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has three words of nine, three, and five letters respectively. The clue is “The first person to write about Santa’s wife, Mrs. Claus”.

As we rapidly approach Christmas, it is hard not to talk about it, and this month we chat with Bill Grady, host of You Are The Guest about what Christmas means to him, and how it affects people around the world. Bill shares a funny Christmas story from his childhood, and the interview is quite possibly the first purposefully “networked” interview in the history of podcasting, having previously appeared in a slightly different version on You Are The Guest #68

Samuel seems to have found some Christmas music to replace the normal music, and the original Samuel’s Persiflage intro is in there somewhere.

There is also some feedback.

All listeners are invited to send in more feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
Send Me A Message

Samuel also updates the school closures discussed in Episode seven, and the Plain English Awards from the Plain English campaign, who we chatted with in Episode one.

The Samuel’s Persiflage #11 file itself is available here, and is 1:08:49 in length (63.0MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 7.87MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

The Best of Samuel’s Persiflage for 2005/2006 will be released on New Years Day (in theory), with regular episodes resuming later in January. From the Samuel’s Persiflage production team (OK, so there is only one person, and he is the executive producer and presenter) have a great Christmas and New Year, take it easy, and I look forward to your company on Samuel’s Persiflage in the new year.

Samuel

2 comments December 22nd, 2006 at 04:24am

Persiflage Curse?

It just occurred to me…Samuel’s Persiflage has a strange track record when it comes to people and the jobs they have.

In May (well it was actually April when I recorded the interview) on Samuel’s Persiflage I interviewed the National Library’s Director of Digital Archiving, Margaret Phillips. By the time July rolled around Margaret had retired.

Last month, November, on Samuel’s Persiflage the first guest was Paul Blunt, co-host of 2CA’s breakfast show. As speculated a couple days ago, and now confirmed, Paul will be leaving 2CA on December 22 and will be moving to the Gold Coast.

I do hope this is just a mere coincidence and not a Persiflage Curse…although if it is the latter, I think it can be explained by John Stanley’s curse losing it’s effect…it must be transferring to me.

For those of you who don’t listen to John Stanley on 2UE and 2CC, people interviewed on John’s show, particularly in the entertainment industry, seem to be involved in “flops” shortly after appearing. Television shows have been known to be cancelled shortly after the ratings plummet after being on John’s show. People often get voted off reality television programs after John interviews them. It’s a long-running joke, and recently the “curse” hasn’t been having its usual effect.

Of course, now that John’s away, his curse has struck his fill-in presenter…

Samuel

2 comments December 11th, 2006 at 11:50am

Samuel’s Persiflage #10

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Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Ten has finally arrived, and is available for download. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has four words of five, three, seven and four letters respectively. The clue is “The sisters credited with writing the most popular song in the English language”.

It’s the 75th birthday of Canberra’s oldest radio station, 1053 2CA, and as such I chat with 2CA breakfast co-host Paul Blunt about the birthday and the celebrations which are taking place, including an Outside Broadcast from the location of their first studio on Giles Street Kingston.

Also on the agenda this month is a chat with radio historian Wayne Mac about 2CA’s birthday, Wayne’s Book, and the rather excessive number of significant radio birthdays this year.

There is some listeners feedback…some of it quite amusing.

All listeners are invited to send in more feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
Send Me A Message

There are various highlights of Samuel’s appearances on 2CA scattered throughout the episode, as well as all the other regular features.

The Samuel’s Persiflage #10 file itself is available here, and is 1:11:28 in length (65.4MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 8.17MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

Samuel

14 comments November 14th, 2006 at 06:12am

Samuel’s Persiflage #9

Samuel's Persiflage
Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Nine is ready for download, and is the longest Persiflage to date at just over 85 minutes. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has three words of seven, two and seven letters respectively. The clue is “A well known Australian television show with such characters as Amy, Lulu and Morgan”.

The majority of this episode is devoted to the subject of scams and scammers, and includes some conversations with people involved in sending scams by email.

The episode starts off however, with an interview with Clayton Northcutt, a blogger (and contributor on this site) who has spent plenty of time toying with scammers, and publishing the correspondence on his blog. We have a fun discussion about some of the scams Clayton has witnessed, as well as talking about scammers in general, telemarketers, door-to-door sales, and Clayton’s dream of teaching scammers the tricks of the trade…and how to speak English properly.

Then we have a new (hopefully permanent) feature of Samuel’s Persiflage…an unpaid ad break featuring one amusing ad from years-gone-by.

Samuel then pulls a few more letters out of the hat and puts them in the Persiflage Puzzle, not that it seems to help all that much.

After that it’s back to the scams, and false advertising. Samuel rings Soul Communications about their claims that if you sign up with them, you will never have to speak to Telstra again…Soul representative Jessie doesn’t seem impressed, but Xena explains the ad…and confirms that the ad is misleading, just not in so many words.

The listener feedback is filled with interesting feedback…a lot of people want to talk about Leo Laporte’s appearance on Samuel’s Persiflage #8, Boris doesn’t want the “^” symbol removed from the keyboard, John B1_B5 thinks feedback shouldn’t ever be off-topic, Flyguy doesn’t like the Samuel’s Persiflage theme music, and Martin thinks Samuel talks too much.

All listeners are invited to send in more feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
Send Me A Message

Samuel then takes the scammers head on, calling eight of them and seeing how they respond…he plays along with a few, has fun with the idiocy of some, pretends to be Australian Customs with a counterfeit clothing company, and gives some others a peice of his mind.

Then there’s another update of the Persiflage Puzzle, a thought for the month about how people make assumptions, and then, after a very long episode, the end music starts to play, Samuel wraps up the show and reveals the Persiflage Puzzle answer…and only just manages to wrap up before the music finishes.

The Samuel’s Persiflage #9 file itself is available here, and is 1:25:23 in length (78.1MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 9.77MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

Samuel

4 comments October 26th, 2006 at 02:09am

Desperate Directories

I received an odd email on the Samuel’s Persiflage email address yesterday…have a read…

From: administrator@pod-planet.com <administrator@pod-planet.com>
To: podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com
Date: Oct 15, 2006 7:51 AM
Subject: Your Podcast Was Added to Pod-Planet.com

Hello From Pod-Planet.com!
Your Podcast Was Added to Our Directory.

Dear Podcaster,

Congratulations! A fan of your Podcast added your RSS feed for Samuel’s Persiflage to the Pod-Planet.com Podcast Directory! Pod-Planet.com is quickly becoming the hottest Podcast directory on the Web. Use our site to post or subscribe, rate or sell (coming FY07) Podcasts.

Although your Podcast has been added to our Directory, you may want to go in and categorize your Podcast in our taxonomy so that Users can quickly and easily find your Podcast by category.

In order to categorize your Podcast, you simply need to create a free account on our site. Once your account is created, simply click ‘My Administration’ in the toolbar to view and categorize your Podcast.

So far so good, it all sounds very nice, a random podcast directory has taken the time (even if a robot took the time) to let me know that I’m in their directory…the emails takes an interesting turn though…

All we ask in return for being listed in our directory is for you to add the Pod-Planet.com badge to your Website. The badges for Pod-Planet.com can be found on our badges page, and is depicted here:
pod-planet
It is important to note, that for security purposes, your email address in your Podcast feed must match the email account you specify during the registration process or you will not be able to categorize your Podcast.

Once again, congratulations on being submitted to Pod-Planet.com.

Pod-Planet.com (A Subsidiary of BerkeleySoft, Inc.)
http://www.pod-planet.com

Uh huh…a listener, or probably more likely a BerkeleySoft employee or robot has added me to a random podcast directory, and because of that I have to add an advertisement to my website.

A whois search shows that pod-planet.com has existed since March, but other research shows that these emails have only started in the last couple days…has BerkeleySoft wasted a heap of money on yet another pointless podcast directory and decided that they should embark on a semi-spam advertising campaign and trick a bunch of egotistical podcasters into advertising pod-planet in a bid to save their ailing investment?

I don’t know why I remember the name BerkeleySoft, but if memory serves me correctly, in a previous incarnation they were responsible for “The Learning Company” brand, which sold old software titles for $5 (I’ve got a copy of Microsoft Golf 98 from them around here somewhere, purchased sometime around 2002) and included various bits of invasive and buggy software with it. I might have them mixed up with someone else, but the name rings a bell, and for bad reasons…just can’t quite put my finger on it.

I’m not going to sign up on their website, and I don’t care if they de-list Samuel’s Persiflage, but the next episode of Samuel’s Persiflage looks like it will have a theme of “Tricks, Scams and Cons”, and I might just record a phone call with them where I probe them about their spammish practices…I’ve got a couple Australian ISPs I would like to probe the same way about other topics too.

Samuel

October 16th, 2006 at 09:10am

Samuel’s Persiflage #8

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Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Eight is now online, and has only just made it in for September. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has two words of five and one letters respectively. The clue is “the second word has no vowels”

The main crux of this episode is an interview with world-renowned technology broadcaster Leo Laporte.

Samuel and Leo discuss the upcoming new version of Windows, Windows Vista, and competing operating systems (Leo is a big fan of Apple Mac). Leo is doing some pioneering work in the field of podcasting, and has managed to attract advertisers, Samuel and Leo discuss the success of Leo’s podcast empire and what the future has in store for podcasting and citizen media.

Samuel then pulls a few more letters out of the hat and puts them in the Persiflage Puzzle, pretty much giving away the answer in the process.

The listener feedback is quite sparse this month, Lenny has downloaded iTunes and wants to know how to subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage, whilst 2CC’s Mike Welsh has sent us a song.

All listeners are invited to send in more feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
Send Me A Message

There are a couple thoughts this month, and Samuel starts to babble, so the end music starts to play and Samuel reveals the answer the the Persiflage Puzzle before saying goodbye…or to be more precise “tada”.

The Samuel’s Persiflage #8 file itself is available here, and is 58:26 in length (53.5MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 6.68MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

Samuel

17 comments September 30th, 2006 at 01:03am

Samuel’s Persiflage still set for September

I finally managed to record the interview for this month’s episode of Samuel’s Persiflage overnight, so it looks like we are still set for a September release…depending of course on how much sleep I need over the next couple days. I must admit though, the “not quite September edition” does have an interesting ring to it.

Samuel

27 comments September 28th, 2006 at 01:42pm

Samuel’s Persiflage #7

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Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Seven is now online. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has three words of nine, eight and five letters respectively. The clue is “a very important measurement”

The episode kicks off with the persiflage puzzle (as it always does) and then Samuel interviews two people affected by the ACT government’s decision to close 39 schools.

Mike Hettinger is the administrator of the Save Dickson College mailing list, and ran for election with the Labor party at the last ACT election. Mike has some very interesting things to say about the proposed closures, and even labels them as against core Labor values.

Alison Zanetti is a parent who has had two children go through Dickson College (and plans for another to go through) and has also had children go through Campbell High School which is earmarked for merger. Amongst other things, Alison says that she has always voted Labor, but won’t be doing so again.

After that a few more letters get revealed in the Persiflage Puzzle.

Then we go to the Samuel’s Persiflage listener feedback, which contains two sensible comments, and two rather odd comments.

All listeners are invited to send in more (sensible) feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
Send Me A Message

This is followed by some highlights from Samuel’s appearance on You Are The Guest episode 52.

Samuel then reveals even more letters in the Persiflage Puzzle, and the first word becomes quite obvious, and then Samuel has his thought for the month, and it all has to do with temperatures.

Samuel then talks about David Young’s retirement, and how David is the inspiration for the Persiflage Puzzle.

The Samuel’s Persiflage #7 file itself is available here, and is 45:39 in length (41.7MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 5.22MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

Samuel

5 comments August 23rd, 2006 at 02:22am

Transcript of Samuel’s Persiflage #5

Samuel’s Persiflage #5 is the lucky first episode with a transcript. The transcripts are in HTML and PDF format.

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These transcripts have been made possible by Tech-Synergy

The rest of the transcripts will appear without this fanfare.

Samuel

4 comments July 28th, 2006 at 02:38pm

Transcripts of Samuel’s Persiflage

I have recently been thinking about the idea of having transcripts of Samuel’s Persiflage, there are multiple reasons for this, including making the content of the podcast easier to find (search engines are good at reading text), making it easier to quote where needed, providing a means for people with hearing difficulties to access Samuel’s Persiflage, and even as a means for avoiding distraction whilst listening.

I generally listen to podcasts whilst in front of the computer, this unfortunately makes it very easy to become distracted, and I find that I follow podcasts with transcripts better than I do podcasts without them…in fact some podcasts which occasionally become complex and technical (such as Security Now!) are even easier to comprehend and understand when following along with the transcript.

I quickly dismissed the idea of writing the transcripts myself, as I am very slow at transcribing audio, and quite frankly I don’t have the time to do that, so I went in search of a transcription service, and after trialling a few of them I have settled on Tech Synergy’s podcast transcription service.

There is a small cost involved, and as such I have decided to stagger the production of the transcripts of the older episodes. The current plan is for one transcript to be delivered per week (starting with the latest episode and working back). Episode six is being transcribed as I write this, and I will have it online later this week.

This is very exciting for me, and I think it will provide a valuable service to existing listeners, as well as a more efficient way to attract new listeners. I will probably include the transcript download stats in the monthly Blog View Stats.

Samuel

July 25th, 2006 at 01:30pm

Samuel’s Persiflage…it’s coming…give me a couple minutes

Those of you who notice these things will have just noticed that it is now past midnight, it is Sunday (and thus not Saturday) and therefore Samuel’s Persiflage should be here by now.

Well I’m not going to bed until I get it online, so it will be here very very very soon.

Samuel

1 comment July 23rd, 2006 at 12:00am

Samuel’s Persiflage Update

Another thing I’ve been receiving emails about is the next episode of Samuel’s Persiflage. It is due for release on Thursday night, although I might delay it until Friday night if it enables me to lock in another interview about a topic which a few listeners have requested.

Samuel

1 comment July 18th, 2006 at 12:19pm

Samuel’s Persiflage #5

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Samuel’s Persiflage Episode Number Five is now online. There is also a low quality version for the bandwidth impaired here.

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This month’s Persiflage Puzzle has five words of four, five, three, three and six letters respectively.

After welcoming everybody and getting the Persiflage Puzzle underway, it is time to bring in the guest for this episode, Margaret Phillips, Director of Digital Archiving at the National Library of Australia. We spend some time talking about the National Library’s role and some of the varied and interesting functions it performs, as well as debunking a few minor myths about it.

We take a break from the interview for the feedback segment. All listeners are invited to send in more feedback, both in written and audio format. As per usual feedback can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com (text, MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis), spoken feedback by clicking here or on the button below would be great, or leave a comment below.
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We have another quick look at the Persiflage Puzzle, and then it is back to Margaret Phillips, and we spend most of the rest of the interview talking about PANDORA, the National Library’s Australian Internet archive project. There is quite an interesting story behind it, and Margaret is more than qualified to discuss it.

Then we have another look at the Persiflage Puzzle, and then move on to some odd news stories, and a thought for the month.

Then the closing music starts playing, so I give you the answer to the Persiflage Puzzle and wrap up Samuel’s Persiflage #5 (Well, there wasn’t really anything else to do).

The Samuel’s Persiflage #5 file itself is available here, and is 1:10:36 in length (64.6MB) at 128kbps stereo. The 128kbps format was decided upon because it produces a very good sound quality, and doesn’t “flatten” any music used in the podcast. (You’ve heard it all before, right?) I do, however, acknowledge that this is just unreasonable for dial-up, so a 16kbps mono file is also available here. The sound quality isn’t as good, but some people like it. The low quality version is 8.08MB

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here.

Podcast related questions and comments can be sent to podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com or left in the comments section of this post. Spoken feedback is preferred (but not mandated) and can be sent either in MP3, Wave or Ogg Vorbis format, or sent even more easily by clicking the button below and following the prompts.
Send Me A Message

Samuel

7 comments May 16th, 2006 at 11:33pm

Delay Delay Delay

I hate doing this, I really do. When I announce a date for something I like to stick to it and I hate having to delay it, but alas I have had a hectic end to the week, and really haven’t had time to get Samuel’s Persiflage out today. In theory I could get an episode out late tonight, but I wouldn’t be satisfied with the quality of the production.

As I have said before, my rule of thumb and general release date policy for Samuel’s Persiflage is from the 10 to the 20th of the month. I am now planning to have a good quality release early next week (Monday or Tuesday).

One of the main problems I have here is one very long interview and a bunch of segments to fit around it. I have decided to split the interview in to two segments, but that requires a bit of careful splitting of the interview whilst keeping the flow of the podcast in mind and making it sound seamless. Hopefully those that don’t read this won’t even know the difference…hopefully.

I suppose the main upshot of this is that the feedback deadline is extended to some arbitrary date as I can fit in new feedback.

Samuel

4 comments May 12th, 2006 at 04:05pm

Samuel’s Persiflage Listener Feedback

With the next episode of Samuel’s Persiflage just around the corner, the deadline for listener feedback is nearly here. But it’s not too late just yet.

Naturally I welcome your feedback to the podcast email address podcast@samuelgordonstewart.com. When sending an email please let me know which name you would like me to refer to you as (if you have a preference), otherwise I will just have to use whatever name is in the email headers. Putting a name at the bottom of your message is probably the easiest way to do this.

I welcome both written and spoken feedback to the podcast email address, but if you’re sending audio could you please send it in either MP3 (preferred), Wave or Ogg Vorbis format and try to keep it under 60 seconds. Audio in other formats will most likely not be accepted, and audio over 60 seconds may require editing.

I accept that sending audio is a pain as you have to record it and save it and attach it and send it, so I have introduced an easier way for you to send audio feedback. Thanks to Odeo I can now offer you a way to send me spoken feedback without leaving your web browser. Clicking on the “send me a voice message” button below will take you to an Odeo page which will allow you to record a message and send it, quickly and easily.
Send Me A Message

One more thing, I received an email from “henry’s porridge” in which he asks

I want to send you audio feedback, do I need a microphone?

I suspect Henry’s Porridge was being silly, but yes Henry’s Porridge, you do need a microphone to send audio feedback…unless you intend on sending me somebody else’s work, which I will not accept or use.

I’ll be drawing the cutoff for feedback tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3PM Canberra time (the weather graphics on the right hand side of the home page should help you work out when that is), so hopefully you will send some feedback, and with any luck you will be on the next episode of Samuel’s Persiflage (due out either on Thursday or Friday).

Samuel

22 comments May 9th, 2006 at 01:13pm

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