Hi everyone. I go into much greater detail during the Podcast itself, but I've been talking about doing one all year, and after a few starts and stops, I just bought some equipment, figured out some software and started it myself. Here's episode 0.9, a beta run if you will. We'll work every week to make it better and certainly welcome all suggestions and feedback. This will be a once weekly show that I'll be doing with my good friend Jason Parks, and we're happy with how this turned out. So download and enjoy (hopefully). For now, we're an excellent prospect at Low-A with tons of promise, but admittedly some work to do as well. One last warning, this is a podcast, not a professional level radio production (we'll leave that in the excellent hands of Will Carroll), so you can expect (or be warned) or some occasional light profanity as well as the description of scenes from a film that is Rated R. We're all adults here, right?
Up And In Episode 0.9: "I Wouldn't Listen To This"
Download Here (82.3 MB: 89:51)
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Table Of Contents
0:00 Intro: What Is This Thing; We hope you like it (Kind of)
3:23 Housekeeping: Email, twitter, ITunes coming soon, voicemail, etc.
4:05: Introducing Jason: These times I've had . . .
6:20: What We've Been Watching: Ron Washington's blunders, the brilliance of Vin Scully, encounters with Ringo Starr
40:30 The Big Issue: Discussion of what does (and doesn't) make a good manager with special guest Steven Goldman
69:29 NOT Jim Tracy: What it means to be a good manager.
71:42 This Week In Culture: Bronson, more fights about the Beatles, "You don't like the Hats?"
81:05: What's Coming Up This Week: The Draft, Abraham Cruzvillegas and the Gabriel Orozco school of object art
87:05: Shout Outs, Thanks and Next Week: Will Michael Winslow be a guest?
Music is Naked Raygun from the album Jettison, copyright 1988 – Caroline Records.
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