I've long had a hankering to return to podcasting after my overly ambitious attempt at a lore-based audio drama faded into antiquity in 2012. After some procrastination, technical issues and - to be quite honest, nerves - I finally managed to get my spaceships in a row to produce episode one of Something, Something, Spaceships.
At 1 hour and 20 minutes, the debut episode came out a little longer than I'd planned, but I'm relatively pleased with the result and hope to keep things a little tighter for future episodes. All constructive feedback would be gratefully received. I hope you enjoy it.
I hope to be able to deliver a series of episodes looking at the broader aspects of EVE and other sci-fi games from the past, present and future. I'll be looking to ensnare an eclectic mix of individuals to co-host an episode with me as I did with this episode's victim, freelance journalist Petter Martensson of CSICON podcasting network and A Tale of Internet Spaceships documentary fame.
Here's a breakdown of what's in this episode.
Episode #1: Communities, Documentaries & Spaceships
- Introductions (00:38)
- All About EVE (02:06)
- EVE Headlines (13:04)
- Webbed (29:15)
- Transneural Burning Quiz (38:50)
- Flash Fiction Competition (51:50)
- Beyond New Eden (55:01)