Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Homespun Bloggers Radio, Program #6 released!

The sixth Homespun Bloggers Radio program is on the air! We've got quite an eclectic mix of segments this time around. Here's the list of contributors:
  • ZuDfunck (of ZuDfunck) gives us a 70s hippie flashback to an old, but extremely popular, service called Dial-a-Trip which he hosted. But Zud has fast-forwarded to the 21st century, and he gives us some of his updated advice.
  • Doug Payton (Considerettes) talks to Bill Bennett about his concerns that engaging China in the world economy will keep us from holding them accountable for their human rights record.
  • Andrew Ian Dodge (of Dodgeblogium) discusses a "kerfuffle" going on with the mayor of London, England. It's yet another example of an inappropriate Nazi reference made by someone who just won't apologize for it.

To listen, click here or on the "Homespun Bloggers Radio" button to the right. The current audio feed is a loop of shows #5 & #6. Also, you can click here to download a high-quality version of the show. (Scroll down on the right side to download previous shows.) The 4 previous shows can also be heard by clicking here or on "Previous Show(s)" beneath the HBR button.

Homespun Bloggers: If you're interested in participating, E-mail me at "frodo at thepaytons dot org". It's open to all members.

Visitors: If you'd like to get on the air with HBR, just join our band of bloggers and you're eligible. (And immediately getting over 100 links to your own blog ain't so bad either!)