I’m popular on the Web! Well, maybe I’m just popular on Garrick Van Buren’s website. Or, maybe I’m just popular on one podcast on one podcaster’s show coming out of a small home in Minnesota that is redolent of freshly roasted coffee.
I had the pleasure of spending over an hour on Skype with Garrick of the “First Crack Podcast,” talking about his show, podcasting, the Internet, and more. It was a great conversation, and I’m looking forward to listening to his half-hour condensation our our hour-plus conversation.
I just had to say that now, before listening to the show, because I really enjoyed the conversation, and didn’t want to sully my good feelings with that sense of “Aargh! He left out the best part!” <grin> Garrick’s a good guy, and he has an interesting show, in my opinion. I frequently enjoy the quirky guests he interviews, and the perspective on Minnesota “big city” culture that I never really knew existed.
Catch Garrick’s show notes here: First Crack #65 — First Crack Turns One Through Rich Tatum’s Ears. You can listen from Garrick’s mp3 file, or listen here:
UPDATE: After listening to the show I’m impressed with Garrick’s masterful editing of the program, and I come off sounding okay, if a bit over-enthusiastic about my own ideas. Garrick was a good man to take a chance interviewing a crackpot Pentecostal for his show’s anniversary, I hope I don’t do him any damage! — Rich.
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