Published Thursday, October 22, 2009 by Len.
This week, we deal with strep and flu and hope we don't get anything worse than what we already have. My Indiana Jones hat. They Might Be Giants wrapup. Breaking the Seal. Halloween and help from the Twitterverse. Thanks for listening!
Published Tuesday, October 20, 2009 by Len.
Ever since we started our podcast, Nora has had her own theme song. It was created by our friend D. Verada for the show and eventually became the theme song of our podcast.
Well,not to be outdone, my friends Paul and Storm were nice enough to create a short theme song for me personally. I've always wanted a personal theme song and now I have one that I can not only use when I enter a room, but gives a nice overview of what I do for a living. You can hear my theme song
Thanks Paul and Storm!
And if you are a musician and want to take a stab at a theme song for me, bring it on!
Labels: music, paul and storm, podcast
Published Wednesday, October 07, 2009 by Len.
On this episode of Jawbone Radio, I fly solo again, sans Nora and turn to Twitter for help. I field some questions from the net, talk about the major faux pas of starting my own fan page and I chat up all of my upcoming projects.
Also, I can't reiterate this enough: signed copies of "There's A Zombie In My Treehouse" are available from me directly. Just go to Monster By Mail
and click the book link on the sidebar.
Music:And We're Off! | IlYoung Bang
Published Monday, October 05, 2009 by Len.
A quick post here to talk about Wootstock
happening Oct 19, 20 and 21st in SF and LA. My friends Paul and Storm
are putting on the event with the help of Wil Wheaton,
Mythbusters Adam Savage
and a bunch of other cool guests. My involvement? Not much, really. Except I was able to design this totally awesome gig poster and T-Shirt for the event in the style of one of my favorite artists, R. Crumb
. If you're anywhere near the area, definitely do make it to the second SF show or the LA show. Thanks to the aformentioned celebs for allowing me to share a bit in their coolness
Labels: art, cool, geeks, music, paul and storm