Friday, July 28, 2006

A busy week for the big guy

How does Beefy follow up his recent AOTS appearance? By doing a guest strip over at Joe Loves Crappy Movies. Behold the Beefy goodness!

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

I thought I’d seen everything

It appears as though I was sadly mistaken. Apparently Oni Press has a comic adaptation of one of my favorite NBC sitcoms in the works. Sorry, Beefy, it ain’t Scrubs.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

More questions than answers

Thanks to all who checked out the first ev-ah edition of Radio Free Hipster. Aside from a couple of less-than-stellar track transitions, some sound level issues, and the fact that I sound like a total hick, I think it actually came together fairly well.

Not surprisingly, I’ve received ample support from the nerdcore community. What can I say? They’s my peoples. Much love to Beefy (as well as Jones and Paige from the JALP crew), Router, Oddioblender, Benjamin Bear, and everyone else from the Rhyme Torrents camp that listened, commented, and talked me up.

So, a few people actually bothered to check this thing out. This, of course, begs the question will there be a second Radio Free Hipster podcast?

Yes. It appears so.

I am, at present, cobbling together a playlist for episode 2. Between the time it takes me to plan a show (and believe it or not, there is planning involved), search out new artists and tracks, allocate proper quality time with the wife and boy, keep this very blog in a quasi-updated state, hold down my day job, and all of the other countless activities and related engagements involved in being a somewhat responsible adult, you can rightly expect one to two podcasts per month. Mayhap that’s less than you expected. Mayhap it’s more; far, far more.

In addition to the podcast, or, perhaps, because of it, I am also in the process of compiling a list of frequently asked questions concerning this blog, its author, the podcast, and how to contribute material for possible inclusion. If you, for whatever strange and twisted reason, would care to add to this growing list of queries, I direct your attention to the comment link below.

I would request that you limit your questions to matters both thought-provoking and pertinent, but, as I can scarcely stay on topic myself, that seems a bit hypocritical.

Attack of the Beef

In case anyone missed it, our good pal Beefy made yet another G4 appearance last week. Beef found himself in one of the Attack of the Show “monitor heads” asking a question concerning the movies of M. Night Shyamalan. Watch below.