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And now..for something completely different

October 16, 2007

It’s taken us a while, but we are finally done with Episode 3 of The Inglorious Slackers. This episode is different from the previous two, mainly because we have managed to stay 80% on-topic, but more so because this is our first edited show (and it is edited for a reason). And with that, came its own problems…which we were not successful in anticipating.

Though we are pleased with the outcome of the editing, this episode actually felt like work – and that probably added to the delay and procrastination. Maybe we should stick to the aimless rambling – if that means putting out shows on time.

Episode Three Trivia:

Two is the new One

September 30, 2007

Episode 2 of The Inglorious Slackers is out. The theme this week is films, but we manage to drift in and out of the main topic. Thanks to everyone who’s taken the time to listen to us and offer their feedback 🙂

We really appreciate it.

The Inglorious Slackers

September 21, 2007

Yup. We’ve finally gotten off our behinds and created something. It might not be the next-gen web app or the iPhone killer. But it is a first step nonetheless.

It is a weekly show which I co-host with my brother, where we talk about random things ranging from technology, film, soccer, photography, politics (hopefully minimally), religion, life and what not. We also hope to be interviewing people (mostly entrepreneurs) in coming episodes.

Inglorious Slackers is available through RSS:

A few bits of trivia about Inglorious Slackers:

  • The pilot was conceived on a Monday, recorded on a Friday and published on a Saturday.
  • Recording for the pilot began at 2202 hours on 21st September, 2007 and finished at 2234 hours.
  • The show is powered by Mac OS X 10.4.10 – Recording done on an iMac G5, using GarageBand.
  • The title of the show is inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s yet to be released Inglorious Bastards.
  • The theme of the show is inspired by The Talk Show – hosted by John Gruber and Dan Benjamin.
  • The show frequently makes references to The Family Guy, The Daily Show, Pulp Fiction and other nuggets of pop culture.
  • The show is 100% unscripted and unedited.