Episode 1: Meet The Bjorks

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8 Responses to Episode 1: Meet The Bjorks

  1. Paintknight says:

    Please nix the music from the podcast. It’s good as an opener but it’s terribly distracting to have it playing in the background throughout the podcast. Thanks.


  2. Deadgraphics says:

    Good Show guys, cant wait for the next one.


  3. anonymous says:

    Hey guys,
    Enjoyed your first podcast. A couple of suggestions:
    First, I’d recommend you spend a little more time outlining/practicing what you’re going to say. I don’t mean script everything (spontenaity is good!), but it was a little rambly especially at the beginning, as if you weren’t sure what you wanted to cover in the episode.

    Maybe do a “character feature” every week where you talk about one of the PoVs characters from the first book!

    P.S. I actually like the background music but I could imagine that people won’t, too. 🙂


    • Sweet, thanks for the feedback.
      About the rambling (especially at the beginning): it wasn’t until after I pushed record that we realized we never actually talked about what we were going to do for the first show. I kind of left that stuff in when I edited because I thought it showed the laid-back feel we’re trying to portray. Plus I thought it was funny.
      The “character feature” is an interesting idea. I’ll talk to Levi about it.
      Thanks for listening!


  4. stevelabny says:

    yes, the music is extremely distracting. also, it doesnt drown out the background baby anyway.

    look, i know some people like their children, but babies + podcasting DOES NOT WORK. If you cannot give the baby to the spouse for an hour per week and retreat to a basement, don’t host a podcast.


  5. stevelabny says:

    and one other note about spoilers.


    Beating around the bush with spoilers is almost as bad as spoiling. Talking about “characters you like dying” telegraphs what’s going to happen. At the very least, it changes the view of the person reading. It’s the same as knowing a movie has a swerve in it without knowing the swerve… the viewer looks for the swerve and then guesses it 30 seconds into the movie.

    Don’t give people assumptions that will color their thought process.


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