Category Archives: Podcast Show (AVALON FARMCAST)
NBC was broadcasting from the floor of CES and we watched for a few minutes. The producer (or whoever she was) was busy behind the glass in the mobile control room.
This TV display from Sony was for a brand new technology call OLED. The cost is still high $2500 at least for 11″ but it’s just now evolving. The O stands for organic. It’s a carbon based product and when power is added to it it emits light. No more backlight required. BLACKS ARE BLACK so contrast/resolution is stunning. What was on display was all prototypes but between the look of it and the energy efficiency it’s exciting new technology I think.
Cannon was showing off the new consumer HD cameras with an elaborate showcase complete with dancers and MC. These kids were called the fanny packers and they were great. The cameras were too. True HD, small, no more tapes, image stabilizing, flash cards that go right into the laptop to make your movie masterpiece….
Lots of other bloggers, podcasters & media everywhere interviewing. We were in the North Hall most of the day and the crowds are much bigger than yesterday. One other cool TV related thing I saw were fancy frames around TVs from Hitachi. I think they called them Chameleon skins and they were in all colors and different textures. My must have TV is 1/3″ thick and 60″ HD plasma…it’s not out yet but I’m waiting…someday. I saw a prototype in the Panasonic booth and also I think a home 3D system to go with it would be fine too…
Now if I could just hit that Jackpot in the Casino…
Last night I stopped by Outcentral to talk with some folks attending the Transgender Day of Remembrance. Here’s a short film in their own words about what they would like all of us to know.
Fight OUT loud 2008
This the second in a series of videos I shot at the Filmore Auditorium for the HRC Rock to Win concert. This was the premier event for the GLBT community during the Democratic Convention in Denver and it was a fundraising event for HRC. Producer of the show Elizabeth Birch told me in an interview for Avalon Farmcast that it was a sold out show. (2000+)
The first podcast from Denver is now up and you can listen here.
direct feed: feed://www.avalonfarmcast.com/avalonfarms/Podcast/rss.xml
In itunes type: avalonfarmcast
My sincere apologies to Dede with Babes around Denver as the first technical glitch of the week happened during our interview. I do hope we meet again and redo it. Please go check out her site.
Babes Around Denver
She worked so hard to put the event together and it was a smashing success from the crowd that I saw. Thanks again Dede. Email me anytime and we’ll try again for avalon farmcast if not here in Denver than via phone.
here’s the show details:
This is the first podcast from Denver and includes interviews with GLBT folks attending the Unity ’08 party. Also, I ran into Brad from HRC in the The Big Tent a haven for bloggers this year. We talked about the HRC and what it’s doing during the Democratic Convention.
Be sure and check out blog posts from Denver at https://avalonfarmblog.wordpress.com
blame the gays Tammy fowler
red,white & blues Holly Light
whatever it takes Julie Clark
give it everything you’ve got Holly Light
Peace & Love from Denver,
Alden Hynes from Orient Lodge has set up a way for you to support your favorite bloggers cover expenses at the Denver Demographic Convention. Go to http://www.orient-lodge.com/node/3131 to find out how. Thanks!
AVALON FARMCAST is coming back with coverage from the Democratic Convention in Denver. Stay tuned for more details…
Show Notes: On this show I sat down with Kimmie Satin before a Nashville Drag Show. A former Miss Tennessee and with 25 years on the Drag Show circuit, Kimmie shares tips, political thoughts and stories from the stage. We covered topics from family and community to Gay Pride and Stonewall.
Also, Tennessee Equality Project held a reception at The Tribe the night before Equality Day on the Hill. Emily and I attended both events and I spoke with several folks there.
Music on the show is a brand new song from Jill Sissell with The Paint Sisters!
Peace and Love,
Note: download the show in itunes, listen on the site http://www.avalonfarmcast.com or copy and paste the direct link below in your browser
mp3 file direct link:
Show Notes: Our grandparents knew how to grow food for themselves. They had to during World War II. Our current president in time of “war” told us to “go shopping.”
Could you feed yourself and your family if you had to? Relying on huge corporations to be our sole provider of food is risky these days. Worries about cloned beef, growth hormones, antibiotics, genetic engineering, processed meals, terrorist threats and bare shelves in an emergency fill the news these days.
Do you really know what’s on your table? There are dozens of reasons to eat & buy local. If something isn’t “in season” then you know it has been shipped in thousands of miles. One benefit of growing homegrown vegetables is taste. Factory farms can not compete with the juicy plump taste home grown organic tomatoes. Corn fed feedlot cows don’t even come close to grass feed beef. Buying local also cuts down on transportation so it helps reduce carbon in the atmosphere. Growing heirloom varieties and saving the seeds helps protect a dwindling diverse selection that we are losing to big agribusiness.
On today’s show I found a WWII government movie of how to grow a victory garden. On my blog I’ve added links to find your local organic food suppliers.
It doesn’t matter if you live in the city or the country. Your food choices make a difference. Find out what you can do to help your local farmers, your health, the environment & your own family’s food security.
Watch the WWII movie about Victory Gardens
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle
More Food Links
Music on the show is from the Podsafe Music Network
Deirdre Flint hangs out at the intersection where stand up and acoustic music collide. She sings about homicidal bridesmaids, the metric system and fondue. She’s been a solo performer for six years and is the bass player in The Four Bitchin’ Babes. She has a podcast called podcast fondue.
Twenty years as a support artist in various bands in the United Kingdom
“Just Tell Me You Can Cook”
Winner of New Orleans 2001 Off Beat Magazine’s Best of the Beat Best Emerging Blues Artist Award.
Spring is almost here! Check out the choices and grow a little food this year. I guarantee when you bite into it you’ll never go back.
Peace and Love,
Join in the discussion on my blog!
go to http://www.avalonfarmcast.com to listen to the show or download via itunes. below is also a direct link to the file as well.