I recorded a segment for RDR episode 4 earlier in the week but part of it was so bad with slap slap slap noise coming from some poorly placed bit of recording kit that I had to erase it rather than subject anyone who wants to listen to my podcast to that infernal repetitive racket. So, I will record some more tomorrow and then get it processed and uploaded on Sunday.
There are so many new podcasts coming out and I feel bad because between doing my own and listening to the regular "cant miss" ones I am not getting to listen to all of them. Part of the problem is I don't have a very long commute so on my way to and from work I only have about 20 minutes. I know, that is a great problem to have, and I don't take for granted how wonderful it is to not have a life force sucking, horrifyingly long commute. However, it doesn't leave me a bunch of time to listen to podcasts. When I am at home I like to spend quality time with my wife. I can't listen to podcasts at work, or anything else for that matter, because I am usually on the phone or talking with someone who has entered the puka or I'm headed to or from some meeting. I do listen to podcasts some on my runs, but usually only on my long run. On shorter runs I am typically recording for my own little podcast.
I am also "behind" on catching up on all the blogs I would like to read. Even with the use of an RSS reader that handily captures everything I want to read about in one handy page, there are more updates than I can keep up with.
Ahh, the information age. It's a double edged sword. Whatever you want is at your fingertips, but it can easily become too much.
I'm glad the weekend is here!