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It's a show about a guy from Boston with yarn issues.



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By: Jessica

Mon, 23 Oct 2006 15:03:18 +0000

Hey Guido, I'm commenting here even though I haven't actually listened to this episode yet. However, there is some problem with your site and this is the only page I can reach at the moment. Anyways, I'm currently listening to episode 5.1. A few episodes ago, from the description of your university, I suspected you might be a clarkie. This episode, suspicion confirmed. :) I live in Worcester still and I graduated from Clark in 04. I heard that you started spinning back in April and I make drop spindles. If you are still spinning and you haven't graduated to a wheel yet, I'd like to send you one of my drop spindles as a thank you for your podcast. If you go to my blog, there are pictures of all of my drop spindles there so if you choose which one you'd like, I'll send it off to you. Also, if none of them are "guy" enough for you, I'd be glad to custom make one - just let me know color, general design, and whether you prefer top or bottom whorl. Note, there's currently an auction up on ebay for my drop spindles so if you choose one off the blog, give me your first and second choices just in case your first choice sells in this auction. So, drop me an email. :) Thanks again for the hard work you put into your podcast. I love hearing about something more local. :)



By: Lee

Sat, 16 Sep 2006 14:26:16 +0000

Pumkin! It was so nice to hear your voice on the Podcast! Please don't be a stranger to it.....I think you should charge a fee for your future guest appearances! You are a welcome guest to the listeners so please do come back on future podcasts and keep us up to date with the wedding and the bridesmaid purses.



By: 3 Blind Mice

Fri, 15 Sep 2006 08:51:02 +0000

A belated thank you for playing Call Me Beautiful. Everyone should have a pumpkin. We love the idea of people clicking their needles in time to the music.



By: Five guys - and five stories - from PodCamp at Bryper.com

Thu, 14 Sep 2006 03:14:25 +0000

[...] Guido Stein (far right) emerged as one of PodCamp’s celebrities. He had the most unique story and self-pitch: He’s a guy; he knits; and he’s damn proud of it. Check out his latest podcast — as well as the comments from some the PodCampers he made an impression on. [...]



By: Sheri

Wed, 13 Sep 2006 04:46:35 +0000

Ok - just found your podcast this week (actually, just found knitting podcasts in the first place, last week) and really have enjoyed listening to you. I started with episode one, and making my way through them. Glad to have found you!



By: Beth

Wed, 13 Sep 2006 02:18:38 +0000

I caught a video clip of you knitting! You rock!



By: 2Skiens

Tue, 12 Sep 2006 22:07:42 +0000

Lisa... I am just going to post a link to your bag for everyone to see in case you post more things later http://saratogaknitting.blogspot.com/2006/09/knitting-bag.html



By: Lisa L.

Tue, 12 Sep 2006 19:17:58 +0000

Great podcast! The shorter format is fine by me - just keep them coming! I emptied out my knitting bag and you can see it on my blog!



By: naomi dagen bloom

Tue, 12 Sep 2006 12:43:52 +0000

yes, podcamp has spread your fame. steve sherlock saw you, sent link. my spouse began to spin after joining my treks to many sheep/wool fests. reluctantly began to knit, now loves it. big applause for your KIP (knitting in public)! you'd be surprised how many women (just nyc?) reluctant to do this. spouse was about to do it at recent herman melville lecture but told him it was over the top. was i wrong? wish i could view your podcasts, sigh. but i am an Elderblogger who is still trying to decide about Flickr.



By: Danielle

Tue, 12 Sep 2006 04:26:55 +0000

p.s. Guido, your popularity at Podcamp got mentioned on a ZDNet blog.



By: Danielle

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 16:08:44 +0000

Pumpkin: Not only will they love the bag because it's from you, they can always swap with each other if bridesmaid A. prefers bag B.



By: Laura Allen

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 13:15:35 +0000

GREAT to meet you!! Talk about a niche! I was also thinking of something like, girls have pearls, geeks have perl and you have purl. It's the third kind of purl. (I'm still working on it.) :) laura p.s. If you make a "pod sock" type of sleeve for the video ipod, I'll buy it!



By: Chris Brogan...

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 04:05:43 +0000

You're so cool! I'm thankful to have met you in person. Good luck and keep us in the loop. Get it? Hawwww.



By: Melissa

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 01:31:54 +0000

I love the 3 Blind Mice song!