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Oct 18, 2009

Tonight, another special episode of the thirty, which again is more like sixty. This episode I take some time to tell you guys what I think the future of this show is. This conference has really made me think, and I've got some plans. Once they're laid out, I am relying on YOU, all of you who listen, to let me know what you think. I can't tell you how important your feedback is for this, it really does affect the show as a whole going forward.

Theme Music: "The Gold (Dubmatix Runnin' Remix)" by John Brown's Body

nine and a half years ago

Thanks Brian, hopefully everything we\'re doing ends up better rather than worse!

nine and a half years ago

I want to comment that I rather like the way you have planned the future of the Ozone Nightmare, Joe.

Right off the bat I want to say that having more interviews and more people on the show is always a great things – otherwise you just end up agreeing with Lando all the time, which isn’t that exiting to listen. Some sort of opposition, or even conflicting points of view would really help fuel the debate. Another things – as you have mentioned yourself, you’re not specialists and for the most time you do commenting – which is not a bad thing, until you both start bullshitting (ahem, pardon my use of language, I hope you won’t be too offended) about things that you don’t have all the information, or have only one perspective on… like early Christian apocrypha, religion in general and similar controversial topics…

Seeing how there are quite a few of us international listeners, I might suggest spending a bit more time discussing various other cultures (did Lando mention liking Russian history somewhere) and things that happen this side of the Atlantic ocean. Your comment on EU, post-soviet space and such…

Keep up the good work!

nine and a half years ago

As a long time fan, I think the the most important thing to keep is the conversational rapport you and Lando have and somehow maybe make that more apparent in the show\'s branding or whatever you want to call it. I know that probably goes without saying, but it is definitely not to be overlooking it. I actually like the \"non-expert\" quality of it and sometimes its actually just you guys talking...I noticed I actually give a shit. A comparison would be Diggnation and the rapport with Kevin and Alex and how you care whose house they are in or what firefox plugins they are using. Stuff like that.
The interview stuff will definitely expand your audience since that is how I came to you guys (from MU).