>You know, it makes me laugh that people expect so much for
>free. While it is true that the sound quality isn't great
>when compared to other podcasts, it gives the listener more
>content and more fun than any slick ESPN crap out there.
>Don't worry about it.
Well, it is almost like we "haven't made it" in the sports talk world until someone has something bad to say about us. Actually, I thought the stuff with our kids was pretty damned hilarious. I had the option to edit it out, but I chose to stick with it.
I'm going to try and stick with skype, as we did last year, by bringing my computer from work back home. It clutters the room, though, and the work is more intensive, but I'llgive that a shot.
Because Gregg is from remote more often now, we have limited choice. This, basically, worked MUCH better than Ichat on the Mac.
>I do have one suggestion. I know both of you have families
>and lives but, have you ever thought of doing a live, call-in
>show? A service called Talkshoe would allow listeners to call
>in and ask questions. Might be an idea. That and Tennessee
>Jesse can call in with his update.
I am definitely going to look into Talkshoe. Thanks for the recommendation. It was our goal, as I mentioned in the first podcast, to involve more listeners in a talk format.