Wednesday, February 28, 2007
I have my own domain! ductapeguy.net
After many years, I'm finally setting up a webhome at my very own domain: http://www.ductapeguy.net
I'll be moving over there in stages for the next little while. The reason for the move was to consolodate all my web things into one place, so I'll take a while to move in.
Anyway, today was a very busy day in my Internet life.
1. I set up this blog and domain http://www.ductapeguy.net.
4. My new Librivox Community Podcast is now up. It features material and a recap of my experiences at Pocamp Toronto.
March 01 Librivox Podcast Shownotes
Running Time: 21:24
1. Intro– Podcamp Toronto 2007
2. Romeo and Juliet Promo
3. Interview with Hugh
4. Underwear Song as requested by Hugh- Sean McGaughey- http://ezfolk.com/audio/bands/600 Recorded at Ce’st What in Toronto, February 24, 2007.
5. Interview with Linda Mills from Podcast User Magazine
6. Closing Remarks
7. “To Be an Angel” by Uncle Seth Recorded at C’est What in Toronto, February 24, 2007.
All in all, an insanely busy week, but it’s all good.Categories ::computer:: ::For the Sake of the Song:: ::news::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 8:15 PM |
Friday, February 16, 2007
I was played on another podcast
Brent Morris of the Closet Geek Show played, The Future Aint What it Used to Be, on his podcast. In it he talked about podcamp and played music from each of the artists that will be playing at the Saturday Night Music and Schmooze event. Check out the show: http://www.closetgeekshow.com/2007/02/15/episode-54-podcamps-a-comin/
More details about the Saturday Night Music and Schmooze: http://podcamptoronto.pbwiki.com/SaturdayNightEvent.Categories ::music:: ::news::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 7:29 PM |
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Lots of New Stuff
The Gig is on Saturday February 24 at about 9pm. There is no cover charge that night, so come on down if you are in the Toronto area. As most of the audience are podcasters, I'm sure there will be many recordings of the concert.
This could be an opportunity to expose my music to a whole new audience.
Although I've long said that all my music here is podcast safe, I set up a new account with the Podsafe Music Network.. After only one week, my Duct Tape song was played on the Living with Mungo Podcast.
Hosts Sean (ductapeguy) and Kristin (Kri)
Duet- I Do Not Love The — A mash up of ductapeguy and Kri’s first recordings for Librivox
Opening Comments (Kri)
Librivox Promo: Katyleah and her brothers.
Interview about Librilinks with Hugh, Kri and Sean
How Do I Love Thee? — ductapeguy
The Public Domain EP
Meaning Isn’t Based On The Importance Of Being, But On The Relationships In Between].
Two Loves by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Esther and Mike Lockwood
Promo of Favorite Chapters Collection– Earthcalling
Promo– Hugh, Sean and Kri: Feb. 24 and 25, 2007
Weekly Statistics — TBOL3
Closing Comments- Kri
Closing Credits– DuctapeguyCategories ::general :: ::music:: ::news::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 10:08 PM |
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
My New Podcast is Up
The Librivox Community Podcast, show 18, hosted by Ductapeguy, is now available from archive.org or via your podcatchers.
Here is the direct link to download Episode 18.
> Here’s the FeedBurner link to subscribe to the podcast >
January 11 Librivox Podcast Shownotes
> Duration: 21:54 Host: Sean
1. Librivox theme
2. Immortal Words Promo
3. My Opening Comments
4. Public Domain Song from MusOpen Sonata No. 16 In C Major, K.545 ‘Sonata Facile’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Performed by Robin Alciatore
5. Podcamp Toronto:
6. Librivox Theme: New acoustic guitar theme by Brad Bush
7. In the Spotlight Theme
8. Interview with Donna Frisoli: Manager Harpswell Community TV
9. David Barnes’ (earthcalling) King Lear Introduction for the StoryTime TV program
10. Librivox theme music New acoustic guitar theme by Brad Bush
12. Closing Comments
13. End with Ponce - Preludio in E Major By Sylvius Leopold Weiss Performer Jeff Carter Also on www.musopen.comCategories ::computer:: ::general ::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 7:48 PM |
Saturday, December 30, 2006
I'm now one of the bloggers for the official Toronto Podcamp blog. Check it out at http://podcamptoronto.wordpress.com/ .
I forgot to mention that like all the other cool kids, I have a page on myspace at: http://www.myspace.com/seanmcgaughey My Blog URL http://blog.myspace.com/seanmcgaughey .Categories ::music:: ::news::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 8:45 PM |
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Librivox Podcast 13
I did not produce the podcast this week, but I did do a feature for it on the official unboxing of my new digital recorder. Librivox Community Podcast 13Categories ::computer:: ::general ::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 9:41 PM |
Friday, December 01, 2006
I'm Going to Podcamp::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 5:37 PM |
New Librivox Podcast
My new librivox community podcast is available: Librivox Community Podcast Episode 12.
I had fun with this show.
Theme: Off Topic
Christmas Carols CD
Podcasts by Librivoxers
A brief? summary of the nanowrimo novel
An interview with Stephan about soundequation
Stats this week by Henry
This weekly podcast is produced by a variety of hosts for Librivox.com.
The subscription feed for the podcast is http://www.umor.co.uk/podcast.xml .
posted by Sean McGaughey | 2:54 PM |
Saturday, November 04, 2006
Are You Happy Mom?
My mother points out that it is over a year since I updated this blog. Actually she pointed out that it was 3 months, ... and 6 months... and 9 months... You get they idea.
In the last 1-1/2 years, I have been very busy with a new workplace, a new home, listening to a million podcasts, booking acts for a folk club, recording public domain audio-books for Librivox.org, spending time with my wife and daughter, and rediscovering my faith.
In an attempt to rediscover this blog, I will start to answer the question: So what have you been up to?
Funny you should ask.
On the music front, my entire CD and several newer songs are available
on my EZFOLK.COM site. http://ezfolk.com/audio/bands/600/
Last December 26, one of my songs, Homeless
Babe was included on a list of 128
CC licensed Christmas Songs on Some Rights Reserved, the blog of
Uwe Hermann, a German Debian developer. The article was featured on boingboing!
This led to over 1500 downloads throughout the year. The song is
currently the #2
all-time downloaded Christmas song on Ezfolk.com.
I still maintain my classroom webpage, but at a different school. Mr.
McGaughey's Grade 2 class http://par.scdsb.on.ca/classes/mcgaughey
I have been recording chapters of public domain audiobooks for Librivox.org
. Over 2500 people from around the world are volunteering to try to
record ALL PUBLIC DOMAIN WRITINGS and release them as free
audiobooks. My (somewhat out of date) page on librivox is http://librivox.org/wiki/moin.cgi/DuctapeGuy
. Some of my contributions to librivox include:
Host of Librivox Community Podcast
I Do Not Love Thee by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
"Danse Russe" by William Carlos Williams,Weekly Poetry August 14, 2006
Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse by Anna Sewell
Chapter 18 - Going for the Doctor
Chapter 19 - Only Ignorance
The Junior Classics [vol 1] - by William Patten: Fairy and Wonder Tales
Boots and the Princess- done
The Bear And the Fox - done
Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen
10 - The Old House - 00:19:31
20000 Leagues Under the Seas by Jules Verne
Chapter 08. "Mobilis in Mobili" - Done August 14, 2006
Chapter 09. The Tantrums of Ned Land - Done August 15, 2006
Chapter 10. The Man of the Waters - Done August 16, 2006
Mundy's Bay Folk Society: http://mundysbay.ca
For 17 years, the Mundy's Bay Folk Society has provided live Music in
the community of Midland, Ontario. I book the bands and take care of
the web page for them. (Please come out to see the wonderful Toronto
roots-country songwriter Greg
Hobbs on November 24, 2006.
It's time for supper. I will continue with this thread another day.Categories ::general :: ::news::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 5:37 PM |
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
What's Not to Like?
Angryalien.com has flash animations of 30 second re-enactments of classic movies ... as re-enacted by bunnies.
I am particularly fond of It's a Wonderful Life.
Categories ::general ::
posted by Sean McGaughey | 7:51 AM |