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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…