Amy Ayers... she is great singer!!I saw her at Hollywood "Hotel Cafe" all the inde. artist giges play there!!Maybe also other artist you may like: Sean Fournier, Jude, The Megan Slankard Band,Chris Ayer, Chad Perrone, Todd Carey, Shane Alexander!! I saw diaper too..It is soo cute!! I should knit for my niece!!Take care!!!Just thank you for great pod cast everyday!!!Charles
Good job on packing the episode (and blog) with great stuff to find and do. I really enjoyed the music, even though it's not what I normally listen to. So there you go: a good reason to expose people to different music.
wow! i'm so thrilled that you made these! i didn't think anyone would ever use my pattern. you made my day!
Hi! Thanks for the R2D2 hat information. My brother likes to wear crazy hats & is a Star Wars fan. My mom loves knitting the hats for him since they're fun to do & she knows he'll actually wear them.I went looking for Film & Fiber on iTunes & wound up finding a whole bunch of new fiber/knitting podcasts to listen to along with that one.Keep up the good work on yours.
That's a sh*tload of Sludgies.
I love listening to your podcast but am in total frustration on how to download it to my mp3. I am only able to listen to you on my pc. HELP!
Hi from Germany! Just wanted to say hi and let you know how much I enjoy your podcast! Great music and I love those little whales!
Hey is everything ok we haven't heard from you for a long while?Miss ya! Record again soon!!
Long time no podcast - I hope everything's OK. Looking forward to the next show whenever it is and I'ver really enjoyed both the music and listening to your knitting so far :)
I enjoy your podcast!I have two comments (meant as constructive criticism... feel free to ignore them):The "/" in URLs is actually a forward slash (just called slash)... backslash "\" is the opposite leaning one that is used in Windows directories. So if you want to save yourself some syllables on reading out the URLs, it's "http colon slash slash..."One thing I noticed is that you separate the "section headers" (like "if by foe you mean F-O") from the actual sections themselves with music... nothing wrong with that, but it confuses me. (I'm easily confused.) Personally, I would find it less confusing if you did the header followed by the section followed by the music. Music just seems to be a "break between sections" thing, rather than an extra intro to a section.I really hate leaving this comment... I feel I really suck for saying "like your podcast *but*..." and being all critical. Sorry! But I think of these things every time I listen to your podcast, and keep forgetting to tell you. They really aren't a big deal, I just thought perhaps you might be interested in constructive criticism as well. I'll try to leave a purely positive comment next time!
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