Welcome back! It's December 1st, Canadian National Day of Podcasting, because we've always got to have our own day.
On this day Canadian podcasters, even those who have podfaded, release a new episode just for kicks. And some just because today is their regular release day, or something like that.
If you want to hear more Canadian podcasts who have celebrated today, there is a growing list of episodes here at DayofPodcasting.ca. And follow #CDNOP around places which use hashtags.
And if you want to hear more of me around the interwebs, check out Canned Con Cast and The Village Podcast from The Bookshelf. Also, I didn't mention it in the episode, but be sure to also listen to my guest hosting job on The Illuminati Social Club from a couple of weeks ago.
Interested in listening to a podcast that does not have my voice on it? Then you should check out A Guy, A Girl and a Book, by Charlie and Maggie De Long.
Once that business is done, I get on to the crying. I've learned some incredible lessons about grief thanks to Tim Boulton, a grief counsellor with Walking With You. I believe you could learn from him too.
Thanks to Aaron Soch for writing my theme song. You can check out his podcast Wikazaru and send him some love.
Hello Friends! I'm back and I'm sorry I've made you wait so long.
A quick recap of life happens - believe me, it's boring and sounds like the same thing.
More interestingly I share which books I bought today at the Giant Used Book Sale put on by the Friends of the Guelph Public Library.
Did you miss this?
This past weekend was the Marshall McLuhan Podcaster Roundtables. People drove, flew, ferried from all across North America and came together in Hamilton Ontario to hang out. And hang out we did. Much food, drink and talk was found in Hamilton this weekend, and more importantly, much friendship.
On Saturday afternoon, upstairs at the Aout 'n About we set up and took turns recording our shows in front of the group. This is my story.
Theme music (added in post) by Aaron Soch.
Rejoice! I tried using my new Blue Yeti microphone to record this one, which means that it took me two days after recording to learn some Audacity settings to use. And I'm definitely not sure I know what I'm doing with it yet.
You've got mouth noises galore, lots of high end ssssss sounds and two day old thoughts.
I might end up going back to BossJock for the quick record and release.
A few links to go along with my words:
Collection of every podcast hosted by Anthony Marco
Marshall McLuhan Podcaster Roundtables second annual event is in Hamilton July 24-26
Is there someone in your life who has influenced you somehow? Why don't you send them a note and let them know!
I'm sorry guys, I'm a downer this episode.
I'm still moving forward, despite some setbacks.
Virtual hugs can be sent to @cinn48
(Audio is a bit wonky because my headphone mic kept hitting my shirt button)
Thanks, as usual, to Aaron Soch for my theme music.
Candice has a bee in her bonnet (honestly, where did that term come fron) about audio quality and Gimlet Media. Link to original blog post from months ago - http://www.cinn48.com/2015/04/on-podcast-audio.html
And sorry about my own audio, I was recording from my backyard. Actually, I take my apology back because it's beautiful out there. Any excuse is a good excuse to be out there.
Sorry about my incoherence here. I'll blame it on hunger. Shortly after recording I had some pancakes for dinner.
My podcast recommendation this week is Pod on Pod, which might be the best idea or the worst idea, depending on how many podcasts you want to listen to. Pod on Pod reviews podcasts, and is a big part of the reason my podcast listening list has grown to 154 subscriptions.
For the next 15 minutes I talk a bit about the many ways I've entertained myself this weekend, including The Fun Home, Mad Max Fury Road and Pitch Perfect.
Check out my blog for a picture of me and a very big vehicle.
Welcome back! Did you miss me?
I'm introducing a new segment - podcast recommendations. This week you should listen to The Allusionist.
What have I been up to lately? Well let me tell you, I've been busy.
Also I've discoverd a new fun app called Clammr.
If you did miss me, you should also check out my blog, www.cinn48.com, where I also post about my adventures.
Tweet me hello @cinn48
The first show in weeks! Gotta kick myself into gear, can't wait for inspiration or motivation.
I share some thoughts on teh tools I'm using to recover from my sadness, including CBT and Mindfulness.
Like my new theme music? It's written and produced by my pal Aaron Soch. Let me know your thoughts on it.
Thank god for the tobacco industry!
A brief description of my random Tuesday night in Guelph, reaping the benefits of being part of the food and beverage industry and decades of smokers.
It was a boozy, loud and tasty night!
So, today I learned that if your iPhone rings while recording with BossJock your recording will stop. So I guess what I really learned is to put my phone on Airplane Mode while recording.
And then later today I learned how to stitch two audio files together using Audacity. Now I have a super long episode.
Too much learning today!
In Episode 005 I present to you my thoughts on musicians in Canada and how they make their living.
Welcome to my solo book club where I talk about the book "MWF Seeking BFF" and how different genders relate to each other as friends.
In this episode of 100% Candice I talk about my complicated feelings around having children.
I'm sorry if I alienate my male listeners with a bit of talk about the female reproductive system and a gross generalization about how men decide to have children.
And, celebration, I made it through a full recording without crying once! That's a win.
From now on, if you want to subscribe to my show just type http://candice.libsyn.com/rss into your podcatcher of choice and let technology do it's magic.
Follow me on Twitter @cinn48
What is 100% Candice and where did it come from?
Welcome to the first episode of what was a previously untitled podcast, until I titled it after recording.
100% Candice is all about me and my attempt to get back to who I was before my recent breakup.