It's been a while since I last posted, and I apologise for that. My motivation recently hasn't been aimed toward writing (even though I have a story to write, poetry to compose, a blog to keep updating). If I haven't been working I've been at home doing other things (like learning to play "Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues" by Skip James - twatting hard that).
Anyway. One of the things I have been doing is thinking about 'pod casting'. I wonder whether it's something I could do, if I'd enjoy it, and if people would watch it.
"What would you talk about?", I hear absolutely no one asking... well I think it would be along the lines of my more 'ranty' blogs. I picture me, in front of my web cam, talking about something that I would normally put in a blog while recording myself, then posting it up online.
Those that know me know I loathe being seen in either video or pictures, so doing this would kind of go against that. It's easy to write words on a screen and swear and shout (metaphorically) because there is a feeling of anonymity whilst sat in front of a keyboard. But actually putting my face and voice to something, that's different. Even though there wouldn't be a 'live' presence (although I do have the ability and the software to be able to do that) people would see it as actually 'me', rather than just words on their screen.
I think my first couple of postings would be watched by quite a few people from my Facebook friends list - more out of curiosity to see how I look now rather than the content. But beyond that, would interest be there? I have no idea.
Maybe I'll have a go at it one night this week and see what I think of the results. At the moment I can do that, and post it to the same place I store some of the songs I've covered so it would be easily accessible. I don't know. As I said, I've been thinking about it, so we'll see what happens.
Currently reading: "The Official Zombie Handbook : The Ministry Of Zombies (UK)" by Sean T. Page (and really hoping for a Zombie uprising).
Currently listening to: Bloodhound gang for the laughs, Seasick Steve for good slide guitar blues.
Currently eating: 60% cocoa dark chocolate with cherries.