Soooo, I finally took the time to edit that second episode of the Super Geeks podcast.
I’ll wait for your applause.
I know it’s been a while. Fair warning, you should think about this episode as something of a time capsule. We recorded this originally in late May, and then the first episode came out in June. And now it’s November, so most of the movies for the trailers we talked about in this episode are out already.
So you’ll get to see if we were right in our assumptions about them. Enjoy!
So, this was a lot of fun to record. I hope you guys liked it as much as I did.
And for those of you who can’t get enough of the Super Geeks, Kevin will be back again in early December after Justice League comes out to talk about the 2017 super hero movies.
Assuming nothing crazy happens school-wise, I’ll be seeing you all next week with a new episode. This time about history!
In episode 7, I interviewed my friend Mica Kluge. I met her last year when she came to my writing club. We’ve always had really good conversations, so I invited her onto the show.
As it turns out, she has had some really interesting experiences as a volunteer firefighter. We talked about how it feels to fight a fire, what it was like to be a 13 year-old firefighting cadet, and her scariest firefighting experience.
This was a really fun interview to do, and I learned a lot during it. I hope you all enjoyed it just as much.
This is probably the last of these episodes that you’ll see in video format. I’m not a huge fan of the time it takes to edit the videos, and I have a lot more freedom to make it sound really good when I just do the audio side.
Also, WOW, my hair was fluffy in this video. Must have been humid or something that day, sheesh.
Any thoughts on this video? Did you learn something about firefighting? Let me know in the comments below.
Hey guys! Again, I’m sorry I’m a day late. I had a lot of fun hanging out with my friend in Georgia, and I forgot to actually post my podcast on here.
On the other hand, I did post the video on YouTube on Saturday. I actually usually post the video to YouTube earlier than it goes up here. So, go ahead and subscribe for early viewing.
This episode was fun. I sat down with my friend and fellow writer, Elizabeth McKinney. We talked about writing, publishing, and the reason that she decided to stop publishing. She also has some good advice for writers who want to go into publishing.
I hope you enjoyed this episode. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel on YouTube if you want the episode a little earlier. I’m trying to get them done a little earlier than the day they’re supposed to go up here.
Next week’s episode will feature my friend Mica, who will be talking about her time as a firefighter.
In this week’s podcast, I sit down with Dr. Brenda Ayres, a professor at Liberty University. She has published multiple academic books in her long career. We talked about writing, publishing, and the enormously high cost of academic books.
On a personal note, I have to tell you that Dr. Ayres is the sweetest lady. I originally interviewed her for a school project. A few days later, I realized that I needed a photo that I didn’t have. So I had to inconvenience her twice in row. In return, she bought me lunch. Twice!
“I don’t like for students to buy their own food,” she said.
She’s the best.
If you’re curious about all of the background noise, it’s because we had to record in a busy restaurant at lunch time. I didn’t think it was too bad, so I didn’t bother trying to remove it.
I hope you guys enjoyed the episode. In next week’s episode, I interviewed a friend of mine on the creative side of publishing.
This podcast was a lot of fun to do because it’s with my little sister. She’s an amazing artist, so I knew that I wanted to do a podcast with her while I was home on break.
Here’s one of her more recent artworks that I really love:
I actually have two of her paintings in my apartment at college. They definitely make my boring room a little more interesting.
The podcast was a lot of fun, but was… um, slightly awkward. See, glass blowing has some strange terms, and… Well, you’ll see.
I was afraid that my H4N recording device didn’t pick up the entire episode, because it had cut off by the time I went to hit the stop button, but thankfully it did. Lucky, because I didn’t want to lose any of this one.
Here’s the SoundCloud version, if for some reason, you’d prefer to watch that. I’ve got maybe two more podcasts before I run out of space on my SoundCloud page. After that, it’ll be just YouTube.
In next week’s episode, I sit down with a professor from my college and talk about academic writing, so you budding intellectuals should take notice. But honestly it’s a very interesting and informative for any writer.
First off, sorry I haven’t posted recently. It’s been crazy these last two weeks, partially because of filming for Flicker (which I will write about more later), and partially just because it was just nuts getting back to classes after break. Also, I legitimately completely forgot to post on Wednesday. But I do have a really good post about Beauty and the Beast (the cartoon movie), and you’ll get that next Wednesday.
But onto the podcast. As I mentioned in my last post, this week our podcast is on technology. I sat down with my friend AJ while I was home during break. He had a lot to say about different varieties of smart phones. (Spoiler: he’s an Android guy)
It was a fascinating talk, and not nearly as long as the last episode.
I hope you all enjoyed this episode. I certainly found it very informative.
I’m sorry about the camera cutting off. I’m not entirely certain why it decided to do that. Maybe there’s something about my camera I didn’t learn about when I read the manual. Maybe I’m just a big dumb dumb. I don’t know.
And here’s the SoundCloud version if you’d rather listen that way.