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Blogger Roundtable on AM 570

The Blogger Round Table is now available at The Matt Cave podcast archives. However, I am experiencing "server" difficulty in downloading the mp3. Look for:
4/04/07, Hr 3, Round table discussion with local bloggers!!! Listen live weekdays 3pm-6pm at mattcave.us
I prepped for the show, as requested by the host, by bringing three topics recently posted on this blog and tuned into AM 570.

I'll post more comments and photos later.

Right now I've got to actually get back to work and eat some supper.

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  1. Blogger Jason Bugg, Killer of Fools | 8:49 PM, April 04, 2007 |  

    Great blog. It was a good time on the radio with you today.

  2. Blogger 1000 black lines | 8:55 PM, April 04, 2007 |  

    Thanks Jason. Yeah, I enjoyed the show. Wish it was a bit longer because it seemed that we weren't able to discuss local issues in detail, but rather participated in an on-air workshop as to what is blogging and why is it relevant.

    BTW, did you used to work at the now-defunct Every Day Gourmet?

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