Short and Fuzzy episode 4 is out now and is the third release of a seven part series recorded nightly on a noisy little mini-disc as we chronicled our holiday experiences in Madeira. (The previous two episodes were split into 1a and 1b due to our first day of recording running a bit long.) 🙂
Short and Fuzzy is a podcast and I’m fifty percent of it. It’s a half hour show of Neil and I gabbing on about whatever is in our heads. It’s unscripted and, for the most part, unedited.
You’ve been warned and now you’re getting the link
(pick one that appeals to your geekness):
- The BTPodshow page: shortandfuzzy.btpodshow.com
- The direct mp3 link: short and fuzzy will open in your browser
- The iTunes link: short and fuzzy will open in iTunes
- The Windows Media Player (yucky): short and fuzzy feels dirty in WMP
There’s also Winamp, Real, and RSS feeds on the BTPS page.
Short and Fuzzy will be running the Madeira episodes at a rate of two per week and then we’ll settle into a once a week regular schedule for new podcasts in the general gab vein.
In this episode we are at the end of day two of our Madeira holiday and have looked into diving and Neil tells me about The Bends, I fuss with my iPod photo storage, we postpone our trip to Funchal and book a rental car (for day three+), looking forward to 580 meters of cliff to see, we walk around Cani?ßo, just say no to internet connections on holiday, pizza is always good, terraced lidos on the sea, loving the saltwater pool at the hotel, and games and entertainment for the hotel guests (including a cheeky parrot). And that’s only halfway through the episode…