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By: Stephen

Thu, 03 Mar 2005 03:45:42 +0000

When Brendan talked about his experiences reporting on the last-minute MoveOn.org vote drive, and talking to "African-American" people who "weren't educated people", it reminded me of Stevie Wonder's Big Brother. It's a wonderful song that exposes the paternalism that people feel on the occasional times when people "care" about them. I just wanted to share the song. I'll take in down in a few days. Editor: I removed the URLs to the MP3s that were previously in the above comment. I *love* Stevie Wonder but don't have permission to share his music on this website.



By: Brian R.

Wed, 02 Mar 2005 20:44:08 +0000

Good suggestion Stephen. I've heard other podcsaters use the method you describe. It sounds good too. I need to try this myself sometime. Problem is most people I interview aren't tech savvy enough or don't have the gear to record their own audio. But everyone can use a phone. Not really the case in the above example... it was just easier to talk on the phone. ;-) I'm glad your digging the shows! Thank you for commenting.



By: Stephen

Wed, 02 Mar 2005 08:12:54 +0000

Very cool to hear a remote interview on a podcast. Of course, I have a suggestion. If both parties record their own end of the conversation with a good mike, then you can mix the two recordings to eliminate sound of the low-bandwidth analog phone line. I'm sure people talk about this already. And, it's another step (although a simple one.) I enjoy the shows, Stephen