I wanted to pop in quickly this morning -- I know, I know, I know, Wednesday new content is usually fairly slim, but I do have some things on tap for later today -- to alert you to the fact that yours truly finally made an appearance in the realm of Podcasting. I believe I've mentioned previously that the fine folks over at Hyperspace Heroes had extended an invitation to have me on recently, and -- lo and behold -- the episode dropped this past Monday. Realizing that all of you out there in Cyberspace have things to do, I didn't want to advertise it so quickly that it got missed in the shuffle, so here it is as of today. The episode is up on running on their portal, and -- naturally -- I encourage everyone to show them a little bit of love, check it out, give it a good listen, and don't be so hard on us.
Yes, yes, yes: I say "um" a bit too often -- I'm out of practice from my days in college radio -- but I think the discussion is both timely and prescient, especially given the current state of affairs between streaming and the movie theaters fighting tooth and nail to get your available entertainment dollars in their pockets. Now more than ever -- what with the writer's strike, the actor's strike, and the possible forthcoming special effects strike coming -- you have a choice where to invest your time and money; that's largely what our conversation revolved around, along with some tidbits about SciFiHistory.Net's history and a little background on myself. Seriously, it's a great conversation, and I was thrilled to have been part of it.
Also -- as I've always preached -- can you help a brother out and give a Retweet, a follow, or a listen? Folks who work in today's alternative media -- humble peeps like myself, Hyperspace Heroes, and the growing expanse of social media influencers, bloggers, vloggers, and the like -- can always use your support. I know I've said it before -- if not hundreds or thousands of times -- but a simple Retweet almost practically exponentially gives us a wee bit more exposure than we had the day before. It's free -- costs you absolutely nothing -- and -- quite frankly -- it makes us damn giddy sometimes.
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