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BeanCast 85: It Tastes Like Cardboard

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Anybody in data recovery out there willing to help a poor podcaster?

Yes, I ended the year (literally on New Year's Eve) with a failure of my primary hard drive. All of my client and show data was backed up within a day or so, but inevitably I managed to loose more than I'd like. I've written it off to a crappy end to a crappy year.

But on the good side, the experience has inspired an awesome blog post for tomorrow, a time capsule set up for constant back ups and a can-do attitude that created this particular show.

And like I said during the episode, I really can't think of a better group to start the year off with. Steve and Bill are perennial friends of the show and Erik is the maker of a movie all about overcoming adversity. Sounds good, right? Believe me -- it was. So give it a download. And happy new year.

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Guests:

Bill Green, Publisher, Make the Logo Bigger (Also check out AdVerve)

Steve Hall, Editor, AdRants (Also check out AdGabber)

Erik Proulx, Blogger/Filmmaker, Please Feed The Animals (Also check out his movie, Lemonade)


Topics:

Transparent Turnaround


Cable vs. Content

Community Management

Half-Billion Snub

Jingles Are Back

Stories To Watch

Credits

Opening Theme, Joe Sibol (pick up his latest album on iTunes)

Closing Theme, CJACKS

(Find more music from both artists at podsafeaudio.com.)

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