Good question Jon. I guess at this point I’ll have to turn the mic over to Josiah, who’s been away yucking it up in Florida… Josiah?… Jos?…
You see I really don’t want to record another show without Josiah for four major reasons.
# It’s not as interesting when it’s just me
# We are approaching our 1,000 RSS Podcast subscriber and as such I think it’s about time we have a celebratory Podcast to revel in our impending awesomeness.
# The next show is pact full of some of the best of found music, including covers, mashups, and upbeat stompers. I need Josiah’s energy to really get the party started right.
# The schedule right now has been crazy and there is no way I can squeeze in a TUTT until Sunday.
That being said, if josiah flakes – I will have a new podcast up for you lovely people by Monday. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. I might even make a few calls to my podcast brethren and see if I can get some love from them.
So Josiah it comes down to you… What do you say to Sunday
In other news I attended the “Photobloggers 3”:http://www.rion.nu/nyc3/ event at the Apple store last night and met up with some photobloggers afterward for a few drinks. The presentation was an interesting spread of photographers practicing the art of digital photography, many of which had come from a film background. I still very much believe that using a digital camera will make anyone a better photographer. It trains the eye and allows for far more experimentation that the film equivalent.
!(photo)https://www.upthetree.com/wp-uploads/IMG_1692.jpg(Apple Store Zach Klein and Youngna Park Presenting)!
The Apple Store with “Zach Klein”:http://www.zachklein.com/ and “Youngna Park”:http://youngna.com/ presenting.
I was instantly inspired and took out my camera on the way home taking 36 photographs of nothing. One of the shots of my friend Mike and Funtime Diane on the corner of Broadway and Houston grabbed my eye, because of the yellow window in the distance. It just proves to me that Digital photography is the future and having a point and shoot camera is really the most rewarding type of camera, because you can take it anywhere. Long live digital.
!(photo)https://www.upthetree.com/wp-uploads/IMG_1705.jpg(Diane and Mike in the Snow)!