Thursday, July 27, 2006

Episode 66

Episode 66 features Deena Goodman, Malcolm Rollick, Sara Wendt, Chelsea Beauchamp, Josephine Sweet, VIM, Rockdownbaby and Angelic Bombs.

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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Episode 65

Episode 65 featured Jen Porter, Mica Lee Williams, Jenny Madison, Rosie Thomas, Jessica L. Fenton, Never Quiet Never Still, Cansei de Ser Sexy.

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Saturday, July 22, 2006

Episode 64

Episode 64 featured Vienna Teng, The Pennies, Jen Murdza, Gina Villalobos, Alyson Greenfield, Jasmine Ash and A Brokeheart Pro.

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Monday, July 17, 2006

Episode 63

Episode 63 was a music of Georgia episode. It also featured Three5Human, Edie Carey, Butterfly Stitch, Emily Boyd, Molly Bancroft, Lindsay Rakers Band and Magnapop.

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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Episode 62

Episode 62 featured Three5Human, The Swear, Bubble, Jaclyn Whittal, Sophia Ramos, My Little Radio, Radiocraft and 50 Foot Wave.


I'm thinking about starting another show. I've been kicking it around in my head for a while. I could never get anyone to commit to be a co-host so I sort of came up with "The Heather and Whoever Show". The whoever would be whoever I could get on the phone or to come over to my house. It could be my mom, it could be my girlfriend, it could be my dog, I just don't know.

I don't get into my beliefs too much on Rubyfruit. I may mention something about how the current adminsitration sucks but by and large, I don't talk about anything not related to the music. That's the way I want it. But I also have a lot of stuff rolling around in my brain. Might as well take it to the people. I would talk about queer topics, pop culture or whatever.

I'm also trying to figure out how to get people more involved. I know people are listening because I see the stats, but I like feedback. It helps me know that everyone is happy. I guess everyone is happy because the numbers are up and no one is complaining. I want to have some giveaways. People like free stuff right? We'll see.
I'd also like for people to visit the forum. Maybe I will just start randomly posting there and see if anyone else shows up.

I have lots of random Rubyfruit related things in my brain. Now that I have a job where I actually have to work, I don't have time to do Rubyfruit stuff. That and the bastards block things I need to have access to, like gmail, myspace, podshow among many others. I couldn't even go to a gardening forum to look to see when I need to cut my hydrangeas back because it was filtered as chat. Yet, I can get into places like yahoo mail, livejournal, blogger and even my own forum, but not the things I need to access to do all the show related stuff. What I think a lot of people don't understand is that making the show is the easy part. The hard part is all the prep getting permission to play music, finding the music etc and the post show details like blogging about the show and letting people know who was on to try and spread the word about Rubyfruit.

So many little time.