Sunday, November 4, 2012

13 Nights of Halloween: Trick or . . . Trick

After a baker's dozen Halloween shows in a row, you'd think we'd run out of things to say, no?  Well, technically, we did run out, sometimes mid-episode.  Here is some of the evidence.

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  1. Keep up the good work.

    I don't have time to comment often as I'm usually too busy with work and my kids - but I listen to every new episode of both feeds on my way into work (I've got a 60 mile commute).

    Have you ever considered providing a Youtube feed for TGMG? It's a format that would work well there, wouldn't be much additional effort to manage and might provide you with an additional revenue stream, if you signed up in their partner program.... (Feel free to ignore that suggestion, just thinking out loud).

    Anyway, I appreciate the show. Thanks.

    1. I assume by "providing a YouTube feed" you mean doing a video podcast of our BS sessions? Or do you mean doing something like throwing up each podcast to listen to with some sort of still frame of the Dunesteef logo as the video?

      We did a video test once...

    2. I mean recording a video of both of you during your BS sessions and posting it on youtube... I think it could be done without much additional effort. (I didn't even consider just throwing up a dunesteef logo, but that is an interesting thought as well).

      Others (i.e. MarkeeDragon on video games) do something similar, but I don't think there is a show quite like yours.

      I know you and Rish do this in your spare time and I don't take that lightly. I thought I'd just throw it out there because I think you are entertaining to the point where you could get some videos ad sponsored (provided you signed up to be a partner, which is relatively pain-free). That can be a fairly decent revenue stream.

      Just a thought (mind you, I'm not brave enough to get in front of a camera myself and do that...).

      Keep up the good work!