Dig my recent appearance on The Jeff Adams Show. If you used to listen to Etcetera, watch all the way to the end for an exciting announcement!
Remember I told you about my friend who is broadcasting his mid-life crisis? Well Jeff Adams’ persistence is paying off!
Not only is The Jeff Adams Show sucking less, it has attracted the attention of Stephen Heywood at TheTechBuzz.net. Stephen is now lending his technical expertise to the program and taking the production value up to eleven.
Now if we can get the content to match the quality of the production, we may have something here.
The show streams live at 3:30 ET on Thursdays at TheJeffAdamsShow.tv. Call in at 1.888.547.8383 to join us.
Here’s The Jeff Adams Show #15 with special guest, Danny Boy from House of Pain.
As I’ve poked around in old categories and posts, it has been satisfying to see the successful fundraisers for children in Haiti and on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. There’s also some not-half-bad stuff strewn about the site among the broken links and out-of-date formatting.
However, it has become painfully clear that I’ve started a lot of stuff I haven’t finished. I know that nobody cares (or is even aware of this) except me, but I need closure. I need to clear the decks before I sail into uncharted waters.
I thought about just deleting all the evidence and starting fresh. I may still do that, but for now I feel compelled to create a list of all the things I’m not going back to and continuing on this blog.
I guess this is a blogger’s confessional of sorts. I confess that I have sinned against you by what I have done, and by what I have left undone.
- I quit trying to have lucid dreams using my brainwave entrainment app.
- I have no intention of doing more Rule of Life posts.
- I will not organize a caper. Sorry, Bob Goff.
- The Collective Podcast is dead.
- I have given up on the idea of an online art auction for the Lakota.
I think that’s it. There, I feel better. Thanks for indulging me. I will now move on with freedom and joy.
I would like to get back to MonkCasting. Also, is anyone up for group online spiritual experimentation in a Google Hangout?
The best I can recall, I’ve known Jeff Adams for 17 years. When Jeff decided to put his mid-life crisis on the Internet, he called me and asked if I’d come along for the ride. I have a little more free time lately, so I said sure, as long as I don’t have to actually do anything other than show up.
Since I came on board, I’ve spent most of my time staring at Jeff on Skype while he tries to figure out how to use all his fancy new gear. Still, Jeff has managed to get eight shows in the can and I’ve appeared on four of them. So far, I play the role of sidekick/eye candy/sounding board for Jeff’s ideas about what he’s going to actually do on the program. Check out The Jeff Adams Show archive here.
The live stream of the show is supposed to happen at 3:30 ET on Thursdays at TheJeffAdamsShow.tv. Follow Jeff and he’ll let you know when for sure. I’d love to hear from you, call in at 1.888.547.8383 to join us live!
Here’s a promo for the show.
More than any project I have done in my career, the ever-evolving Pine Ridge project gives voice to social injustice and a forgotten history. I want my work to empower the Lakota and other tribes who fight for recognition of the past in order to help give them a chance to move forward.
- Aaron Huey
Aaron Huey is a photojournalist who has been documenting life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for the past seven years. His work played a big part in inspiring me to raise money in 2011 to help Lakota children and preserve their culture.
Now, there’s a movie about Aaron’s work. Maybe it will inspire you too.