Sunday, September 18, 2005

Nodal Nim's Rocket Ship EP-001

After spending quite a chunk of the day finishing it up, I am finally ready to present Nodal Nim's Rocket Ship, an internet-based audio show, a.k.a. podcast. It takes place on a living, evolving, cylindrical world currently orbitting the sun (although it can travel anywhere it wants to), and it features guests and myself singing, telling stories, reciting poetry, and improvising music together. I hope you'll consider giving it a listen, and I hope it's an enjoyable listen. It's about a half hour long, and in mp3 format.

2 comments:

Dan said...

I took the liberty of submitting your Podcast to iTunes.

You should probably change some details if you can. Currently the name of the show is NNR's media. You will probably want to change it to "Nodal Nim's Rocketship." You have to do that in the RSS feed. You might be interested it adding artwork too.

Listening right now. Someone who sounds like Jen Abounader said "fruit salad."

Andrew said...

Hi Dan,

Thanks for submitting the Rocket Ship to iTunes. That rocks. I submitted it myself to podcast.net, although it doesn't seem to have shown up yet.

The RSS thing is still very confusing to me. I downloaded a podcatcher last night and managed to subscribe, and I noticed the same thing, that it's not labelled properly. I couldn't see a way to change it, so I sent a message to the ourmedia.org folks to see what I can do.

Maybe I'll wind up hosting my own feed on Nimland.net. I can call it whatever I want and insert pictures that way, probably. I don't really understand yet.

I hadn't noticed, but you're totally right, my friend Iris sounds a lot like Jen A.

If you're interested, it would be really cool if you'd like to contribute to future episodes. That also goes for Chris and Scott, and whatever friends I may have that read this blog. I'm still figuring out where I want to go with it, but I'm open to suggestions from all over.

I hope you enjoyed the rest of it, Dan. Let me know.

-Andrew