Thanks! We sure had a lot of fun recording it, and i'm glad to know that I can use the olympus to record skype!
Megan At 11:19 PM 2/18/2006, you wrote:
Yes. That was a pretty wild experience but a wonderful way to show us that you can record Skype calls and they come in loud and clear.
I tell you, those podcast juices are simply flowing! Carry on! Lynnette ----- Original Message ----- From: <mailto:mek55@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>Megan Kelly To: <mailto:blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2006 9:00 PM Subject: [bct] Re: general comments on recent podcasts
Glad you enjoyed it! I had a really fun time recording it! sorry about all the door sounds, i really shouldn't have had messenger opened!
At 02:49 AM 2/18/2006, you wrote:Hi list,
I've really enjoyed the podcasts this week; two of Larry and Jake walking in just a couple days is a very special treat! I sit in my favorite rocking chair, large mug of hot chocolate in hand, book port or Olympus WS320 on my lap, headphones on, just taking it all in and glad to hear it all. We have such cold rainy weather this week and with all the other adverse weather conditions throughout the country, it's nice to know at least a few places have more pleasant surroundings than snow or rain.
I love the podcast Hope and Megan did. You guys sounded like you were having a real good time with it! I kept hearing doors opening and closing, and thought for a while that you must have a huge amount of people coming into your room and leaving; and then I figured out it must be the computer doing those sounds with instant messenger and people leaving and coming online. So, my mistake, but it was fun imagining you carrying on a conversation and hearing doors open and close all the time. I thought, "Who is spying on you guys anyway?" You really must do a podcast on Skype. I got a version from <http://www.jfwlite.com>http://www.jfwlite.com and there were scripts there also, but I bet it was an earlier version; I set up an account last year and have never used it, and I don't even have Skype on my PC now. It just seems too disruptive. But that's just me, not used to being interrupted.