|Show||Downloads per episode|
|Inside The Net||59,074|
|Futures In Biotech||28,302|
|Daily Giz Wiz||19,383 (or 100,000/week)|
- Thetzel mix (32.60MB Mp3)
- Richard H. Smith Jr. (31.8MB Mp3) No profanity - much cleaner
A number of people (ok like hundreds of people) have complained about the audio quality of TWiT 57. I worked on it a long time, but I'm the first to say I'm no audio engineer. So I thought we'd have a little contest. Here are the raw, unedited tracks from the show. If you've got mad audio skillz please do what you can with them. I'll post the best and most interesting attempt(s) with credit to the creator. Hey, maybe I'll even hire you to edit all the TWiTs.
One groundrule: you can edit out the profanity (in fact, please do) and clean it up for clarity, but don't change the content sunstantially. In other words, no editing out a participant because you don't like him!
Here are the audio tracks (each file is about 33MB - I compressed them to MP3s to make the download managable. If you're too much of a pro to work with MP3s let me know, I'll figure out a way to get you the uncompressed WAVs):
I'll give you until next Sunday to come up with something. Email me the result (64kbps MP3 please) via YouSendIt.
TWiT 57 was a pip, featuring Dvorak, Patrick Norton, Amber MacArthur, Rocketboom's Andrew Baron, Ask A Ninja's Kent Nichols, Jason Calacanis of Weblogs Inc, Microsoft's Robert Scoble, and a special appearance by the father of RSS and podcasting, Dave Winer.
But with all those voices it's taking me longer than usual to make a good clean show. Give me an extra 24 hours for editing. We should have both audio and video available late Monday.
Thanks for your patience - I promise it will be worth the wait.
I'm very pleased to announce that starting tomorrow, June 7, 2006, Call for Help fans in the US can download the show from Google Video.
Each show will cost 99Â¢ and eventually all 300 shows produced in Canada over the past two years will be available online. We expect to post new shows at the same time as they are aired. We will offer AVI, MP4, and PSP-compatible versions for download, free of advertisements and copy protection.
I'm thrilled that Rogers has decided to do this. I hope you'll enjoy the show!