Audio Test #2

Here’s another audio test. Hopefully this one will work better than the last. Again comments are very appreciated. Otherwise you’ll hate my blog eventually because it’s going to be at least half audio. But I promise I’ll do everything I can to leave no one behind.


Link #1: Mike’s Blog
Link #2: AppleStudentDevelopers.org
Link #3: Crazy Guy with Dog

4 Comments

  1. Posted July 2, 2003 at 12:44 am | Permalink

    Camino worked this time!! The other 5 browsers that I am using worked perfectly as well.

  2. Posted July 2, 2003 at 8:18 am | Permalink

    Mmm… audiolicious. I’m on the same thing I was on yesterday (Windows 2000 Professional, IE 6) and it worked just fine. Took a second or so to load, which kind of frightens me for the poor dial-up users (i.e., me when I get home).

    The combo of your audio and the links and pictures was pretty nice. It was cool to be able to look at the pictures and instantly understand what the heck you were talking about. Nice touch.

    Very reminiscent of Mission Control. Though I think you need a co-host. 😉

    I also think Andy Fast should start his own audio blog: Storytime with Andy Fast. I mean, I’d visit.

  3. Posted July 2, 2003 at 3:29 pm | Permalink

    Works good for me, although I also (like above) did get a stumbled quick start as it started to play while loading. There is no easy solution for this that I know of. Sorry.

    Thanks for the link. Keep up the good work.

  4. Janell
    Posted July 7, 2003 at 7:11 pm | Permalink

    On Dachshund Man: What motivates a man with a bespectacled dachshund to dedicate his life to this public display? does he see himself bringing comic relief to a stressed out culture? Has he fallen into a pre-adolescent fantasy world and he can’t get up?
    This definately fits under the Minnesota assignation “that’s different”, the phrase of choice for situations in which one desires further time to ruminate before reaching a conclusion; also, the socially accepted mode for protecting your true judgments from other’s scrutiny.