Monday, October 12, 2009

Giving it a Whirl

If any of you read my brother's blog, you already know the news because he beat me to the punch (by 16 hours), but here it is for the rest of you: We decided to put up a podcast!

You can listen to it here at Libsyn, and read show notes here at Blogger.

Does the world need another knitting podcast? Probably not.
Do we care? Nope. Not in the slightest. :)

It's our first episode so obviously we're a little rough. We'll continue to improve. I promise. Feel free to leave constructive criticism for us because we can take it. No need to comment on the fact that we both sound waaaay more Minnesotan than we think we do in real life. Or the fact that I sound like a complete ditz. I'm an intellectual giant! (...in disguise, apparently)

It's just an idea we've been tossing around for far too long, so we decided to go for it. We're having fun and we hope you do, too.

5 comments:

amy said...

I...I...I...love...it. I'm beside myself loving it.

You guys are awesome. I want your autographs.

Hearing you is very cool. And yes, hella Minnesota. I know you said not to comment on it, but honey, it's gotta be said. In love, of course.

Anyway, great idea. Big fan. How cute is that pic of the two of you on the new blog?

And I'm with you on the pets. I just cannot be bothered to care for anything other than myself, and that's already a marginal success...

Yarndude said...

Schweet! (I have a funny story about the truth or dare part, btw.)

Andrea said...

Great job!!! Both of you! I honestly didn't hear the accent I was expecting. You sound great together. My Boy and I are planning on one day moving to Minnesota (he's all about the ice fishing)and as long as I'm well stocked in yarn, I'll be happy anywhere! I can't wait to hear the next podcast!

Kristen said...

OMG!!1! i can't wait to listen :)

Jacey said...

I did see your brother's post. I'm a lurker there, haven't commented yet. I have yet to listen to the podcast, but I will definitely be checking it out. It's a fun idea, and I'm secretly a little jealous of such a project. It sounds like loads of laughs to do something like that. :) Good for you and your brother.