Were those only a half hour? I could have swarn they were much longer at the time.
-----Original Message----- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Patrick Perdue Sent: Sunday, April 13, 2008 5:00 PM To: talk2 Subject: The Talk2 List the snowman radio broadcast Until someone tells us to stop, we're going to be broadcasting two episodes of the Snowman Radio Broadcast every weekday from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT, starting tomorrow, April 14. Each episode is roughly 30 minutes long, thus, you get two of them per day. However, too much of the Snowman at once is a bad, addictive thing, so we are limiting this to one hour, rather than two or three. . From the website: The SnowMan Radio Broadcast is a conversational, satirical series of programs, recorded between August 1999, and May 2001. People describe it as being presented by a man with a smooth delivery, an unusually ironic sense of humor, and a master's touch at audio production. But, what do they know. Some things you hear here are true; some are not; and YOU will have to be the judge of which is which. But, at any event, it's a great way to pass the time. As this was done before the era of podcasting, one episode of this program was uploaded per week, and aired across a few internet radio stations in Real Audio format. Fear not, however, because we won't be bringing you those boring low-quality versions of the show. We've got better ones! You may be asking yourself: "Who is this Snowman person, and why would I want to listen to him?" Well, to answer your question, he's a strange individual by the name of Jim Snowbarger, who hales from Marshaltown Iowa. With many years of experience in both life in general, and audio production, you will find out all sorts of things that you might never have discovered otherwise. I suppose that's not enough reason, though, unless you already know who this person is, and what he's all about. If you don't, tune into tbrn every weekday from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT, and you'll find out for yourself. You can check out the Snowman's official website at www.snowmanradio.com. To listen, point your media player of choice to any of the following: Ogg, best quality: http://tbrn.net:8888/tbrn.ogg mp3 128k: http://tbrn.net:8888/tbrn.mp3 48k mp3 (for really nice dial-up or use with mobile devices): http://tbrn.net:8888/tbrn48.mp3 24k mp3 (there's probably still someone who needs it somewhere): http://tbrn.net:8888/tbrn24.mp3 If you find yourself in a position where none of these streams work, or if you're too lazy to install or configure a media player, fear not! We've got a web player at http://www.tbrn.net/play. This will also work if you have access to port 80, such as in the workplace or university where access is restricted. Have fun, and we hope to see you 'round. Did you miss a message? Well, don't. http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/ has it for you. Never miss a Talk2 message again. Did you miss a message? Well, don't. http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/ has it for you. Never miss a Talk2 message again.