The Wayback Machine: Galley Table Episode Seventeen – New Media Forecast

by Doc Coleman on September 28, 2011 · 0 comments

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This time the Wayback Machine is set for January 6th, 2011, and we’ve got another episode of The Galley Table! This was a fantastic episode with guests Podcasting’s Rich Sigfrit and Mike Plested. As a way of celebrating the New Year, we were supposed to be discussing where we thought new media would go in 2011, but with a guest like Podcasting’s Rich Sigrit, the conversation moved around a bit more than usual.

A few of the many topics touched upon during the conversation:

  • A coup.
  • Christina Hendricks as Wonder Woman.
  • Christina Hendricks.
  • Defining new media.
  • Something is funny in the podiosphere… It’s comedians.
  • Adam Curry and Shakespearian insults.
  • The low cost of entry to New Media.
  • There is nothing wrong with doing things out of your basement!
  • Throwing off the “made in the basement” stigma.
  • Podcast backlogs.
  • Zack’s thoughts on the floor.
  • Cats with coherent thoughts.
  • Getting outside the fishbowl.
  • Podcasts on your TV.
  • Podcasts on your phone.
  • Hookers and Blow.
  • What is your business?
  • We’ll fix it in post.
  • You should be supporting NPR financially.
  • Hookers and Blow.
  • There is a mute button.
  • I am Sparticus. I am the Fishbowl. I am the Eggman. Koo coo katcho!
  • Christina Hendricks as Wonder Woman.
  • The invisible costume.
  • Cash donations.
  • Who isn’t using a bell?
  • The plight of Canadian Podcasters.
  • Zack Ricks as Wonder Woman. (twitch, twitch)
  • Laura Nicole as Wonder Woman.
  • Tighter controls on the Canadian border.
  • Another coup.
  • The inhumanity of Pokemon.
  • Choking the Poke.
  • Redecorating the canteen.
  • OCD in the military.
  • Another stake in the heart of the clean rating.
  • Scott hits on Evo Terra.
  • Look at the show nuts.

Dear god, this show was hilarious.  Here, listen for yourself.


Ok, folks, that is it for today. See you on Friday when we warm up the Wayback Machine again!

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