Fri, 31 October 2008
DJDeedle's friend, Nick, has launched a tasty new website all about food. Nick calls his creation, "Macheesmo."
What is Nick's website all about?
Food and cooking have become much too serious. This thing which should be fun and somewhat whimsical, but at the same time essential, has been lost to a world of processed, fast, and unhealthy food. The goal of this site is to explore cooking and food and also show people that it can be fun, exciting, and rewarding.What does "Macheesmo" mean? Let Nick tell you:
Macheesmo is about empowerment in the kitchen. I want people to feel confident around food. One thing that we can control is what we eat and what we feed those we care about. That’s why the motto for this site is: Cook something.
When you proudly go out on a Saturday night in a black t-shirt with flour stuck to it, that is Macheesmo. When you spend two days carefully preparing ribs that your friends devour in ten minutes, that is Macheesmo. When you can confidently cook for your girlfriend’s mom… Well, you get the idea.
Get your Macheesmo on at: http://www.macheesmo.com/
Category:general -- posted at: 4:34pm EDT
Fri, 31 October 2008
Mon, 27 October 2008
Just in time for Halloween, Kevin Powers has launched a website, Evilry, showcasing his macabre musings, movie reviews, as well as his photographic and video creations.
Check it out at http://www.evilry.com/
Category:general -- posted at: 9:47am EDT
Fri, 24 October 2008
Between the idea
And the reality
Between the motion
And the act
Falls the Shadow
This week, DJDeedle crosses the streams and lets the shadows, ghosts, spirits, and phantasms take over Deedlecast studios to dance and rattle their chains and bones.
Caution: this Deedlecast contains a ghastly word.
Fri, 17 October 2008
This week, DJDeedle has saved you a pew in a church of a naughtier variety: The Church of Cherry Chapstick. At this church, you may hear and do some extraordinary things. It feels so wrong, it feels so right.
Sun, 12 October 2008
This is not a full Deedlecast, but rather a very short single.
DJDeedle friend and radio pioneer, John Pemble, is a master of the ambient drone musical genre, a type of music that patiently explores particular sounds, tones, or musical phrases by sustaining them for extended periods and varying them slightly. Pemble has produced an album of his musical and tonal creations, called "Subtle Reminders: Juno 60 Ambient Electronic Music." John's album is available for purchase on Itunes and Amazon, and I highly recommend doing so by following the link provided on his website, http://johnpemble.com.
This DJDeedle single is a combination of one of Pemble's album tracks, "Intimate Softness," and "Out of Time," from the soundtrack of the BBC series, "Torchwood." John Pemble's subtle and moving F major tones just weave seamlessly with those of the orchestral television piece.
Direct download: DJDeedle_-_Out_of_Time_v._Intimate_Softness_Single.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:07am EDT
Fri, 10 October 2008
Radio, that venerated invention, has reinvented itself more times than Madonna.
According to the radio experts, radio has had many incarnations:
Radio 1.0 - Martin Block / Make Believe Ballrooms, Classical Radio Drama.
Radio 2.0 - DJ’s and talk shows.
Radio 3.0 - Digital automation and radio groups along with the mainstreaming of public radio.
Radio 4.0 – TBD
For radio, the times are always a-changin'. This week DJDeedle salutes his friends in the radio industry who daily reinvent radio to keep it new and fresh, yet classic and familiar.
Stop by and visit these radio pioneers:
Todd Mundt at http://toddmundt.com/blog/
John Pemble at http://johnpemble.com/
Sat, 4 October 2008
Now there is a new way to get your dose of Deedlecast. In addition subscribing through iTunes or via your feed reader, you can get an email update when a new Deedlecast posts. Simply sign up using the link below, and you should receive a note in your inbox when a new show has arrived.
Category:Learn How To Subscribe! -- posted at: 9:38am EDT
Fri, 3 October 2008