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Podcasting with Bryan

Hot on the heels of my trip to San Fran­cis­co, I had the chance to spend near­ly an hour as a guest on Bryan Veloso’s “Live from the 101” pod­cast Wednes­day night (although, come on Bryan, isn’t it time to change the name? j/k…) We talked about try­ing to record it in per­son while I was in Cal­i­for­nia, but it did­n’t work out (this trip), so my apolo­gies to all Bryan’s lis­ten­ers who were miffed at hav­ing to wait a few extra days for this episode :)

Bryan is a tal­ent­ed design­er (one who now owns a shiny new Mac­Book Pro), but he knows how to shoot the shit, which is exact­ly what we did for 55 min­utes. Curi­ous to find out what two design­ers can talk about for that long?

Check out the ‘cast.

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Saturday, April 22nd, 2006.


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2 comments on “Podcasting with Bryan”

  1. Posted by Scrivs on Monday, May 15th, 2006.

    Oh shit man, your tem­plate is bro­ken because this must be a brand new entry. I mean at SXSW you were talk­ing about get­ting back into the groove so I know this could­n’t be your only post-SXSW entry. Not some­one with your integrity.

    Step it up fool. Pret­ty designs only go so far with the chicks.

  2. Posted by Dan Rubin on Monday, May 15th, 2006.

    If there was ever a rea­son to mod­er­ate comments… ;)

    Now that I’ve done two redesigns, I think it’s about time I post­ed, and reg­u­lar­ly, like I promised. I mean, who wants to upset Paul? Not me, that’s for sure — hell, it’s like a death­wish in the blog­ging world… oh shit, did I just call it that? Now I’ll be writ­ten up on ore­o­ceo for being a con­formist… damn 9rulers…

    oh, btw, if you’re read­ing this before my post about the redesign, and you’re won­der­ing why it looks fucked in IE/Win (or any IE for that mat­ter), then you should just get a real brows­er or wait until I find time to deal with the bugs. FF users on the PC might also see some odd­i­ties with the date on each post, and that’s some­thing going weird with sIFR, so hope­ful­ly I’ll be able to fix it soon…