Should I buy a NEW car or an old truck?
Old trucks (and cars) are simple, analog, easy to work on and troubleshoot. New cars are full of crap like “Body Control Modules” and “Anti-lock brake controllers” Shit that cost a ton of money to do
Hello from the Snowy white north!
Apple caused a panic in the Podcasting world this week and caused my week to be a bit weird. I update you on what was going on and a bit about the weather (of course)
I will be in Orlando Florida and points so
I talk about an experiment I’m doing with another podcast service. Anchor.fm
See: https://anchor.fm/viewfromthenorth for this experiment.
Also found in all the podcast platforms.
Also, talk about my travel for the next few months.
Recorded in Columbus Ohio after an Adventure in Flying in the winter. I spent 24+ hours at Detroit airport due to weather. It was an experiment in flying to the office in Columbus instead of driving. Result: Driving 6.5 hours. Flying 28 hou
Recording from the road. I talk about the loss of a spouse which has happened to a few of my friends lately.
I took Percy (the Beagle) down to Big Rapids for a home visit of a perspective beagle adopter for the MidWest Brew ( gotbeagles.org
Testing out some music beds from podcastmusic.blburry.com and updating what is going on around here this winter.
I play “Winter Dark” (Like I do every year)
Hope your New Years Eve / Day has gone or will go good (This was recorded on the 30
Just a little recording while I drove between places doing some shopping.
I was trying out a new recorder setup in my old green truck.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
My friend’s Krazy Wabbit Show and his 12 days of “Irksmas”.
I had a bit of nostalgia today driving around town in Traverse City and the Cherryland Mall (now called Cherryland Center and nearly empty). It’s amazing the things you remember about things so long ago.
Also, I talk about some nostalgia abo
Fall is in the air around Traverse City these days, but the trees are not turning color just yet. Looking forward to being done with house projects and getting settled in for winter.
A random place in my show
Check out my episode with Ev
I flipped on the mic for an update for the summer. We are getting rain after 3 weeks of hot dry weather.
I went to Podcast Movement, The U. P. of Michigan. An old truck update and more about house updates.
I got a new toy in the studio. A Denon DN-300R digital recorder deck. Now I can record WITHOUT the computer in the studio.
Also, I updated our renovation projects and other things going on in Traverse City.
I update my tobacco free status (3+ Weeks) and talk about Facebook, YouTube and whatnot. Just remember, no matter what other place I am at, I'm always going to be right here on MikeDell.com
Also, Do you know of any other "Personal Journal" typ
I've been addicted Tobacco in various forms for the last (wow! long time) years... I am finally going tobacco free totally starting in a few days. Wish me luck!
I'm having some dental work done and after my appointment on Tuesday, I am goin
Had my own personal tech bubble burst. Ended up with a new iPhone 8+, A new Router (the old one was 11 years old!) and just now found out my compressor/Limiter/Gate is 1/2 dead. Oh well.
I moved the studio back down to the Office in the ba
Well, I made it! 300 episodes. I was a bit under the weather so I didn't do the episode on New Years. I was sleeping trying to get rid of a cold or blowing and shoveling snow.
I'm not going to write a lot of show notes for this one. Just
I talk about moving the snow out of the driveway and what's coming up on MDW, Fast Food History and Podcast Help Desk in the first week of 2018.
Send me some feedback for show 300. You can use the voicemail link on this page OR you can send
Almost sounds like I'm phoning it in. This short episode is from my Airpods as the Microphone on my Mac. Don't think I will use them for producing podcasts, but they are great at listening to podcasts.
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