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:: Friday, February 04, 2005 ::

Talk About a Downer



So just now I finished tweaking my first ep of my new podcast, went to go put it on the server... and the server is down until noon tomorrow. >_< I'll IM it to anyone who asks (you know where to find me)... just a bummer overall. Hopefully the technical end will sort itself out tomorrow.

:: Kazen 8:28 PM [+] ::
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Comments:
Already gave you a little bit of feedback, but figured I should say a little more. The recording sounds great. Very clear, just a little quiet. Again, you have such a pleasant narrative voice. Really great ease of utterance, too. Makes me wonder if you made yourself a script or rehearsed it a few times. :) I have to say I hardly notice your accent, even though you always make such a big deal out of it.

Your tea story is cute, and I'm proud of you. Tea isn't so so straightforward. You know, you may just want to consider measuring stuff (including brewing time), until you develop a better feel for how much of everything you need. If you like milk tea, you may want to try a good Earl Grey. It's a blend of black teas infused with bergamot, which makes it really nice and aromatic. I like it with just a little milk and honey. The tea is nice enough to stand on its own, so just a little of each for accent.

Anyway, I think it's a great start, and I'm definitely looking forward to your future episodes.

Congratulations, dear. :)

- Dave/Jab
 
i like it ::crosses arms as her position is stated::
-e
 
yours is truly one of the better-sounding first podcasts that i've heard. there's only just a little noise-glitch at the very end. your voice is relaxed, clear, and nice to listen to... keep it up!

a good cup of tea is important. i still take mine without cream or sugar, but my baboo occaisionally makes a cup like this that, honestly, i have seriously considered converting upon sipping.
 
Thanks so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

If you're talking about the whapping noise at the end... that's totally NOT ME. My free host, rizzn.com, puts that on the end of my cast. There's a guy saying "rizzn.com" somewhere in there if you can bear to listen. I'm not a fan, but the service is free, you know? ^_^

If you know a better free one let me know! ^_^
 
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