Wasn't there a new podcast in the works as recently as a few weeks back? If you're still in need of questions & commentary from semi-reliable users, that I'd like to suggest acting now. I am readily contactable in this crazy future age. There will be no difficulty tracking me down, so that to you This Moment in Time is as close as ANYONE can get to the absolute perfect combinations of words, sighs, jokes, and groans that make up the whole of a "Classic Podcast. My ASSISTANCE FOR OTHER MATTERS, whomever OF YOU DO NOT LIKE THE MINIMAL aspects AND i UNDERSTAND.
It's podcast call-in time again. Leave your messages and questions at +1 (503) 487-0014. We'll be recording the show on Wednesday. [more inside]
Show #22 of the podcast features updates from the last few weeks of MetaFilter. It was recorded on January 30, 2008 and runs 53 minutes long. [more inside]
Show #21 of the podcast is our return from a long holiday break. We've got an interview with Jesse Thorn followed by recaps from the best of the last six weeks of MetaFilter. It was recorded on January 16, 2008 and runs 1 hour 10 minutes long. [more inside]
Matt, Jess, and Cortex - would you all consider doing a live call-in show? Apparently it's really easy to do now. [more inside]
This was recorded at the San Francisco Meetup back in August. There's a story & everyone present says hi. Short & sweet. The audio's over on music.mefi. Oh, and photos, in addition to those already posted.
Show #20 of the podcast is a call-in show featuring questions from various members of the site. It was recorded on November 30, 2007 and runs about 50 minutes long. [more inside]
Podcast call-in! For the next 48 hours, call +1 (503) 487-0014 to leave a message for this week's podcast (try to keep it to less than a minute long). We'll pick 5-10 of the best ones, play them on the show and answer any questions.
Podcast question - higher quality recording. [more inside]
MusicFilter: interviewing the MefiMusicians. [more inside]
Show #19 of the podcast features an interview with mothershock (Andi Buchanan) and recaps from MetaFilter sites. It was recorded on November 16, 2007 and runs about 50 minutes long. [more inside]
MetaFilter Music: The Podcast [more inside]
Show #18 of the podcast features recaps from all sections of the site and some talk about new and upcoming features. It was recorded on November 2, 2007 and runs about 70 minutes long. [more inside]
Show #17 of the podcast features an interview with scody and recaps from the last three weeks of the MeFi universe. It was recorded on October 19, 2007 and runs about an hour long. [more inside]
Podcast request: Would it be possible to mention the thread numbers of the threads being discussed in the podcasts? [more inside]
Show #16 of the podcast recaps from the last three weeks of MeFi and Ask MeFi. It was recorded on September 27, 2007 and runs about an hour long. [more inside]
Show #15 of the podcast includes call-in questions from a handful of members and recaps from the last two weeks of MeFi and Ask MeFi. It was recorded on August 30, 2007 and runs about 50 minutes long. [more inside]
We're podcasting tomorrow and would love to get some questions beforehand. As always, call Call +1 (503) 487-0014 and leave a message. We'll play back the good ones on the show and answer them.
Show 14 was recorded on Friday, August 24th and features mefi and ask mefi recaps with Matt and Jessamyn. It runs about 45 minutes.
The MeFi podcast needs a sign off catchphrase. Matt tends to end podcasts with 'That's it.' or 'Thanks'. We need something catchy like 'Pancakes!' or 'Don't overthink your plate of beans.' What's your suggestion?
Lucky show #13 is the viewer mail show, featuring questions from 13 mefites that jessamyn and I answered. It's about 40 minutes long and we recorded it on August 17, 2007.
Viewer Mail time! For tomorrow's podcast, we're gonna take questions from members and answer them during the show. Call +1 (503) 487-0014 and record your question. We'll answer and play back the best questions we get for the next podcast.
Here's show 12 of the podcast, with melissa may as our featured guest. It was recorded on July 27, 2007, and is about an hour long.
Here's show 11 of the podcast for July 6, 2007. It's about an hour long.
Here's show 10 of the podcast for June 15, 2007. It's about 25 min long.
An amazing interview with ColdChef about what life is like running a funeral home and what the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina taught him about MetaFilter. Also, a recap of the last two weeks, recorded on May 25, 2007. It runs long at 1 hour, 9 minutes total (about 35minutes with ColdChef, but totally worth it).
Would the admins (yes you kind folks) consider voting/nominations/suggestions for the featured songs for future podcasts? Just curious. (Prepared for a sound walloping.)
Recap from the last two weeks plus an interview with jjg and the new theme song by cortex, recorded on May 11, 2007. Also: Podcast site.
Apropos of nothing: a preview of this week's upcoming podcast.
Episode 7 of the MetaFilter podcast, recorded last friday, April 27, 2007
Episode 6 of the MetaFilter Podast: the one where we interview pb.
Show #5 of the MetaFilter Podcast
I'm missing the inclusion of noteworthy posts/comments on the sideblog (it's been a couple months since a non-"site news" tidbit). Is it on its way out as a "super bump" or has the community just been that uninteresting?
So where is this weeks podcast?
Episode 4 of the MetaFilter Podcast is now up, featuring recaps from me and jessamyn.
Episode 3 of the MetaFilter Podcast is up, featuring an interview with Adam Savage of Mythbusters.
No podcast this week? I'm guessing I missed the memo.
So now that we have metafilter: the podcast, I'm wondering if any other metafilter products are going to enter the market? [more inside]
A day early, it's the second installment of the MetaFilter Podcast.
Questions for cortex? mathowie? jessamyn?
Hey kids, it's the first MetaFilter podcast.
Matt on BoingBoing's podcast. The question remains - will mathowie's voice sound like I imagine? I imagine he sounds like a cross between Barry White and Barry Gibb.
Anyone want to do a MetaFilter podcast? I know slashdot and digg have toyed with these where basically some users grab a six-pack, turn on a microphone, and scroll through the previous week's posts and discuss them. I tried it by myself and quickly realized I hadn't read all the posts or had much to say about the popular ones. Anyone that's an avid reader and wants to try doing the audio thing want to take a crack at it? I'd be happy to host a podcast and deal with all the bandwidth costs.