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Portland Podcasting

Have a podcast? Like to listen to podcasts? Want to know what the heck a podcast is? In the Portland, OR area? This is the place for you. Photos from the Portland Podcasting community, group meetups, etc.

Published: Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:36:26 -0800

Last Build Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:36:26 -0800


Reply to Tell About Your Podcast!

Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:36:26 -0800

AlexWitherspoon posted a reply:


I am new to PodCasting and I am starting off with a video podcast! It is a mixture of personal blog and technology news! The first episode was a little slow, the coming episodes will cover Games, New Technology, News, Gadgets, and some sort of cool Technology Tip. This will be a weekly endeavor, and I hope it will only get better over time!

Reply to Tell About Your Podcast!

Tue, 07 Oct 2008 08:54:46 -0700

nsjmetzger posted a reply:

It's surprising no one else has promoted their podcast here yet.
Well, my podcast is called Radio Isopod. It's a little show run by the fictional crew of the submersible sailing vessel, the S.S. Isopod. It features MAD SCIENCE, music, fiction, and banter between the hosts of the show - Captain Tortuga the ship captain, and Pi the ship robot. There are currently three episodes and they air towards the end of each month.

New Media Expo in Vegas

Sat, 09 Aug 2008 15:23:19 -0700

The Midnight Writer posted a new topic:

Just curious to see if anyone is planning on going to the New Media Expo in Vegas?

I'm launching my company at the expo and I'm so excited and nervous all at the same time! Take a look at our site that's almost ready:)., please give us feedback, we would love to hear from you.

Our podcast, the Podgineer, is up on iTunes as well. Just follow the link from our page and you can listen and/or subscribe.

I hope to see some of you at the Expo.

No.Fest : Nu Music.Arts St.John's

Sun, 15 Jun 2008 17:50:41 -0700

Dead Air posted a new topic:

I just wanted to clue everyone in on a cool one day festival on Saturday, June 21st, the Summer Solstice in the St. John's Neighborhood. is essentially an eclectic and experimental music and arts festival with free live performances in the historic downtown St. John's Square, Proper Eats, Legong Gelato, and St. John's Booksellers from 10 AM to 10 PMish. The entire event is open to All Ages.

My band, The Dead Air Fresheners will be playing at 8:30 PM at Proper Eats, and promise to provide ample opportunity for strange things to photograph. You can be sure there will be plenty of other opportunities all day long as well!

Here's the whole list of artists performing:

Evolutionary Jass Band, White Rainbow, Eternal Tapestry, 20 Foot Man and Dr. Id, PDX New Music Society Presents: Branic Howard Jay Deridian and Matt Marble, Jennifer Robin and friends: Mykle Hanson Spirit Duplicator and Jason Plumb’s Circuit Bending Workshop, a Doug Haning band, Fly Fly Fly Fly Fly, a Death Worth Living band, Exit Collapse, Pixie Storm (Shane Schneider), Boyd Anderson Method, EcoMorti, Brizbomb, Million Brazillians, Dead Air Fresheners, Montana Sacra (Steven W. Lobdell and Josh Hanson), G.M. Holder, Riprap, Shurpa, Someone, Stepmother, Interstices, Paulie Think.

If you are an artist who is interested in setting up a table to sell or otherwise distribute wares, believe it or not, it's FREE. Check out this blog entry for more details on vending.

Hope to see lots of you there!

KPSU Presents: Dead Air Fresheners 1/12/07 @ Artistery

Thu, 04 Jan 2007 20:30:48 -0800

Dead Air posted a new topic:


KPSU Presents:

Friday, January 12th at 8 PM

Dead Air Fresheners
Childhood Friends
& L.A. Lungs (from Tacoma WA!)

At the Artistery
4315 SE Division ST
Portland OR

The Dead Air Fresheners currently hail from Portland OR, Seattle WA, and Olympia WA, but who knows who exactly is hiding behind the masks? Their forthcoming album is on Bristol CT's Icky Recordings and despite their habit of getting lumped in with "noise musicians", the record is called Slip Inside the Quiet Room. They've even hinted that this evening's chance determination composition will be "soothing". Or perhaps that was seething...

Childhood Friends are a married couple who have used that fact at times to get gigs as "folk musicians" and then proceeded to scare the living hell out of the people that booked them with a set of ultra-dark experimental pop turbulence. It would be easy to call them "post gothic" since they're so damn menacing and pretty at the same time, but that wouldn't be fair to their multitude of other influences. Their soon to be released album Scars is set to burn itself into the flesh of Portland and everywhere else they travel.

L. A. Lungs are yet another male/female duet, but of an entirely different sound. They swear that their name has nothing to do with any heavy metal poser groups of days gone past, and certainly their post-rock ambiance belies this. Their sound is, like their name, about learning how to breathe through corrosive elements (which is something their hometown of Tacoma has been known to share with L.A. after all.)

It is also rumored that this show may fall on somebody's birthday.

An invite to A Day in the Life of PDX

Sat, 01 Jul 2006 09:55:55 -0700

jasmine008 posted a new topic:

While sharing a pitcher of micro-brew at a local tavern, a few of us Portland Flickrites agreed that Portland, Oregon is a mecca for amateur photographers. We thought it would be a fun event if all of the Portland based Flickr members could spend one day collectively capturing Portland's uniqueness and beauty. Thus the idea for A Day In The Life Of PDX was born.

Here are the guidelines for the event:

1. You have from 12:00am to 11:59pm on Saturday, July 22nd to take images of Portland. It goes without saying that all Portland photographers will naturally honor the shooting time period, otherwise it won't be a DAY in the life of Portland. This particular day was chosen from historical weather data to find the Saturday with the least probability of rain as not many photographers like getting their gear wet!

2. A public group, A Day In The Life Of PDX, has already been created and members of this group (among other Portland Flickr Groups) can join. Once you join you are allowed to post your two best images with the usual Flickr image information in the following format:

Title: (If no title, enter "Untitled")

Description:(Short description including location, i.e. Mt. Tabor, St. John's Bridge, Beaverton, etc. Also include camera make, model and lens type, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. If you don't know any of the above, just enter for instance, aperture: Not Available. Please keep your description text in one paragraph without line breaks as we have limited space when all the images are compiled into book format; see #4 below.)

3. You have two weeks to post images to allow time for the film based photographers to get their film developed and scanned. Everyone should have plenty of time to tweak their images in PS if they so desire. At the end of two weeks, you will no longer be able to add images to the group.

4. For anyone who is interested, a book of all of the images with associated image text of ADITL of PDX can be purchased from Flickr to place on your coffee table and show to your friends. A separate thread will be created in the ADITL of PDX group to fill you in on all the ordering/purchasing details. Please note that this is not a profit based offer; only Flickr would benefit.

Other Notes: There are no guidelines as to what images to post; indoor/outdoor, landscapes/portraits, B&W/color, it is completely up to you as long as it was taken on July 22nd and in/around Portland, OR. The general area I'm referring to is South of the Columbia River, West of Gresham, East of Hillsboro, and North of Wilsonville. 1800 minimum pixel width resolution is recommended so that the images in the book compilation are sharp. All pictures posted prior to July 22nd will be deleted. The most important guideline is to have fun and enjoy being part of a large and unique collection of Portland based photographs captured on one day!

Tell About Your Podcast!

Thu, 29 Jun 2006 07:25:24 -0700

Dead Air posted a new topic:

There are a few pictures in this group, but given 18 members who supposedly Podcast, it seems weird nobody is talking about theirs - yet!

I do What's This Called? at KPSU, and it both streams live, and podcasts from here:

Now that I got that started - share yours!