I participated in my very first podcast!
A few weeks prior to Presidents' Day Weekend Guido asked me if I was interested in chatting about what we all do--knitting and blogging.
So, on a sunny Saturday in February I met Guido and we chatted (Incessantly, it seems. That podcast is an hour long!) about five (of the many) blogs we read. I had a great time meeting Guido, checking out his recording setup, and gabbing about the State of the Knitblog, 2007. And that podcast didn't catch everything. Turns out that, in addition to the knitting, Guido and I have common professional backgrounds. We had lots to talk about. Someday Guido should do an outakes podcast. Now that would be something.
How do I sound? I ask because there's no way, for love or for money, that you're going to get me to listen to my own podcast. Why? Well, I have a little hang-up about listening to a recording of my own voice. I would rather not. At the time, I think that I did a relatively good job of not sounding completely stupid. But what if, with three more weeks of life experience under my belt, I now think that I sound ridiculous? I'll have to live with that for quite some time.
And, if you know me in real life, and if you decide to hear any or all of what I had to say, you may say only nice things.
Ah, who knew Subway Knitter was so sensitive?