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Delay Delay Delay

May 12th, 2006 at 04:05pm

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.


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  • 1. punky_brewster  |  May 12th, 2006 at 4:30 pm

    It’s cool, dude. No stress!
    You know we’ll wait. Take your time, make a bonza product and ‘she’ll be right!’ 🙂

  • 2. His Masters Voice  |  May 12th, 2006 at 5:43 pm

    Never release your work until you’re happy with it Samuel. That’s my motto too.

    Who is the interview with? Can we know in advance? And there’s still time to include Chuck’s song. I’m just listening again. I like the flanging at the start Chuck. It’s a very professional and clean production. It booms out of the speakers. Have you considered a DTS release?

    You could do worse Samuel . . . . .

  • 3. Samuel  |  May 12th, 2006 at 5:48 pm

    Yeah alright, I think I let the cat out of the bag previously anyway. This month we have Margaret Phillips, director of Digital Archiving at the National Library of Australia. The interview went for about double the time I was expecting, but I was enjoying it, especially the second half.

  • 4. wonko the sane  |  May 13th, 2006 at 3:24 am

    Good on you Sam. I’m looking forward to the next ‘flage, or flange as I like to call them.

    Learning how to interview someone well takes years and years of practice.

    My favourite interviewers are Kerry O’Brien and Tony Jones.

    Anyway, never stop asking the hard questions. More flange for Sam, I say!


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