Thursday, March 27, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60: Episode 6
This is also the show where we first reference the fat guy living in the basement. Good times, good times.
Anyway, enjoy this flashback!
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60: Episode 5
Enjoy and let us know if you like this!
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60: Episode 4
Good show. Very classic experimental Jawbone. We even sound sort of ready for the topic, which is a nice change of pace.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Jawbone #301: Social Media Disaster
POINT OF CONTACT:
If you feel you are tethered to your phone and your time is not your own, please give our voicemail call 216-236-GEEK.
Does anyone in Cleveland remember this event from 1986?
Monday, March 10, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60: Episode 3
This is the show that really got us to a point where we were OFFICIAL PODCASTERS. We have an intro, stingers (courtesy or our friend Pete AKA DJ Hojo), two mics and we actually sound sort of professional. Nora still sounds a little bit drunk and her speech sounds a bit slow because of the audio delay from us recording in Garageband. (Yes, we recorded podcasts in Garageband). On this show, we wrap up the trilogy or our home inspection podcasts, the shows that got us online to begin with. Enjoy! And please let us know if you like this trip down memory lane.
Friday, March 07, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60: Episode 2
I hope you are enjoying these. If you are please let us know! BTW, Nora and I will still be recording new shows. This is just an extra for longtime fans of our show.
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
Jawbone: The First 60 Episodes: Episode 1: Pilot
So I've decided to do just that. Over the next few weeks, I'll be posting, in order, the first 60 episodes of Jawbone Radio. I figured it's worth putting them up so people can hear our humble beginnings. Not only that, but these first 60 episodes are an archive of how Nora and I fumbled our way into podcasting. There are discussions about us hitting the front page of our local newspaper, how our story was syndicated across the country and how the BBC picked us as a top podcast to listen to (still unbelievable to me). There are also audio experiments where I would back up my gear when I would go on business trips and Nora and I would record remotely. There are live audio soundscapes and all kinds of really fun experiments that Nora and I don't get a chance to do anymore.
So without further ado, here is Episode 1 of Jawbone Radio originally published February 10, 2005.
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