[PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (4/11...or something...)

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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby nitehawk on Sun Mar 02, 2008 9:46 pm

I stand by my statement.
If you Read the F###ing Manual, (like the Linux guys like to yell), there "should" be a way to balance the 3 audio streams together so that they will have the same volume level.
Of course, I haven't read the Skytype manual myself, so I can't tell you how.
If not, maybe you could feed it into an audio mixing program to ajust the levels.
Look for a freeware mixer program on zd-net, sourse-forge or softpedia.com. (11 pages!)

Or you could just ignore me! :D

Better luck on the next one.
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Postby Proginoskes on Sun Mar 02, 2008 11:47 pm

Watch This Space! I will be editing as things come to me.

"Masculunity" I find amusing because of the 'lun' part; 'lun' evokes "lune"; the moon is strongly associated with femininity.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Dayantis on Mon Mar 03, 2008 7:40 am

nitehawk wrote:Or better still, each of you have thier own mike.


nitehawk wrote:I stand by my statement.


You stand by the implication that three people in three entirely different continents are sharing a single mic? ;)
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Kyrio on Mon Mar 03, 2008 8:57 am

it could be a pretty big mic...
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Nightranger on Mon Mar 03, 2008 1:32 pm

Proginoskes wrote:"Masculunity" I find amusing because of the 'lun' part; 'lun' evokes "lune"; the moon is strongly associated with femininity.

In some cultures, that is (Greek/Roman culture for example). If I recall correctly there are a good number of cultures that view(ed) the moon as masculine.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Helseth on Tue Mar 04, 2008 1:05 am

It was long it was rambling and the dowload cut off the last 10 or so minutes. I loved it can wait for the next one
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Dame HelenNet on Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:21 pm

1.) New podcast episode up. If you're not using iTunes and haven't already started downloading it...why the hell not?

2.) Sorry about the delays, length, and (yes, still ongoing) sound level problems. We're working on it.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Ajac on Sat Mar 08, 2008 11:16 pm

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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Amon Star on Sun Mar 09, 2008 5:39 am

Heh, that was as good as last time. Keep up the good work.

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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby KillerFish on Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:16 pm

The image I drew during this Bunnycast

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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Proginoskes on Sun Mar 09, 2008 11:53 pm

Nightranger wrote:
Proginoskes wrote:"Masculunity" I find amusing because of the 'lun' part; 'lun' evokes "lune"; the moon is strongly associated with femininity.

In some cultures, that is (Greek/Roman culture for example). If I recall correctly there are a good number of cultures that view(ed) the moon as masculine.

Za? This is stolen from the "The Moon in Mythology" Wikipedia article:
The monthly cycle of the moon, in contrast to the annual cycle of the sun's path, has been implicitly linked to women's menstrual cycles by many cultures, … Greek goddesses Selene and Phoebe and their Olympian successor Artemis, their Roman equivalents Luna and Diana,

Furthermore, do males have an obvious monthly cycle?

I can identify with KillerFish's reasons for gravitating to TF.

There are such things as Double-X Males, wherein a defective X causes a person to be externally male.

Kyrio, are you suggesting that the planet Earth is a microphone?

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Postby Veiya on Mon Mar 10, 2008 10:40 am

In retaliation to Helen/HomerNet's TS rant in the second podcast:

Most men have a Y-chromosome, and most women have none. People with the opposing gender's sex chromosome show no greater incidence of gender dysphoria than the ones that have the "correct" chromosome. Hence saying your gender is a direct function of your genetic makeup is incorrect.

The general consensus among reserachers is that the phenomenon of transsexualism is due to a physiological difference from other members of the same sex.
Several such things have been found primarily in the brain.
Wikipedia entry on Transsexualism wrote:Studies indicate that transsexualism is connected with a difference in the human brain called the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. In one study, male-to-female transsexuals and cisgendered women were shown to have brains that were similar to each other in the BSTc area of the brain. Both heterosexual and homosexual men showed male brain structuring in this area.

The theories I've heard on transsexualism is that the body has the capability to evolve into either gender, which gender that the body evolved is controlled by hormonal processes. Cells compare androgens and estrogens in order to know how to develop. Now the theory is that during some critical part of the fetus stage there a hormonal error or miscommunication of some sort, so that the central nervous system develops diffrently from the sex organs, and generally sexual chromosome. Studies have shown that men and women's brains are in fact noticably anatomically diffrent. (Women have for example more white matter (10 times as much as men), propotianally larger hippocampus, amygdala and corpus callosum, while men have more grey matter (6.5 times as much women), proporionally larger hypothalamus and the inferior parietal lobule.)
It was previously thought that sex hormones were primarily bound to sexual behaviour and reproduction, but now we know that it affects various parts of human brain properies (according to "Illustrerad Vetenskap" #14 2005 (science mag)). How the brain develops has alot to do with hormonal activity before birth, and immediately after. Hormones will still afftect the development of the brain later on. But the effect is, from what I gather, comparatively small when it comes to neurological effects.

(Also, on a side note, keep in mind out of every 10 people that seek professional help/conseling for TS issues, generally only one turn out to be TS. Statistically, that is. Sooo... While you may think you are TS, you might not be. But, well... That's up to you to figure out. Though I'd say you should probably talk to a proffesional about that to make sure. If you want to make sure, anyway. Um. Yeah.)
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up!

Postby Nightranger on Mon Mar 10, 2008 1:27 pm

Proginoskes wrote:
Nightranger wrote:
Proginoskes wrote:"Masculunity" I find amusing because of the 'lun' part; 'lun' evokes "lune"; the moon is strongly associated with femininity.

In some cultures, that is (Greek/Roman culture for example). If I recall correctly there are a good number of cultures that view(ed) the moon as masculine.

Za? This is stolen from the "The Moon in Mythology" Wikipedia article:
The monthly cycle of the moon, in contrast to the annual cycle of the sun's path, has been implicitly linked to women's menstrual cycles by many cultures, … Greek goddesses Selene and Phoebe and their Olympian successor Artemis, their Roman equivalents Luna and Diana,

If you read a bit farther down in that article...
wikipedia wrote:Male lunar gods are also frequent, such as Nanna or Sin of the Mesopotamians, Mani of the Germanic tribes, Thoth of the Egyptians, the Japanese god Tsukuyomi, Rahko of Finns and Tecciztecatl of the Aztecs. These cultures usually featured female Sun goddesses.

While many Neopagan authors and feminist scholars claim[citation needed] that there was an original Great Goddess in prehistoric cultures that was linked to the moon and formed the basis of later religions, the Great Goddess figure is highly speculative and not a proven concept. It is more likely that, if existent, the Great Goddess is based upon earth goddesses, such as Gaea of the Greeks. It may be noted that most of the oldest civilizations mentioned above had male lunar deities, and it was only later cultures — the classical ones most people are familiar with — that featured strong female moon goddesses.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Kyrio on Mon Mar 10, 2008 1:54 pm

Proginoskes wrote:Kyrio, are you suggesting that the planet Earth is a microphone?


If the hills can have eyes, why not ears as well XP

This edition didn't really interest me as I'm not a transgender fan. Good show, nonetheless.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Proginoskes on Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:50 pm

Sorry Nightranger, I misread your original post (on this subject). I thought you were giving the Greco-Roman culture as an example of a culture with a male moon god.
In ANY case, I think we're arguing about nothing; my original point (that the moon is associated with femininity in our present cultural context) stands, but does not refute your observation that historical counterexamples do exist.

To give a weak justification for the existence of this post, I propose that the creator of the CastPic be a rotating position.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Nightranger on Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:23 pm

Proginoskes wrote:Sorry Nightranger, I misread your original post (on this subject). I thought you were giving the Greco-Roman culture as an example of a culture with a male moon god.
In ANY case, I think we're arguing about nothing; my original point (that the moon is associated with femininity in our present cultural context) stands, but does not refute your observation that historical counterexamples do exist.

To give a weak justification for the existence of this post, I propose that the creator of the CastPic be a rotating position.

No problem, we all misread things now and then.

Also, about the CastPic, is it just me, or does HelenNet sound sort of like Yoda in it? "Get the salt shall I, hmmmm?"
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DANIEL: Okay. One, that's Star Trek; and two, it's ridiculous.
MARTIN: What's wrong with it?
CARTER: "The singularity is about to explode?"
MARTIN: Yes.
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DANIEL: How exactly is having weapons at maximum going to help the situation?
MARTIN: The audience isn't going to know the difference. They love: "weapons at maximum."
MITCHELL: Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment.
TEAL’C: I do not understand why everything in this script must inevitably explode.
MARTIN: Look, you guys may all know how things really work out there in the galaxy, but I know the film business. Explosions make great trailers. Simple fact. More explosions, better trailer. Better trailer, more viewers.


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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Amon Star on Tue Mar 11, 2008 4:32 am

Nightranger wrote:
Proginoskes wrote:Sorry Nightranger, I misread your original post (on this subject). I thought you were giving the Greco-Roman culture as an example of a culture with a male moon god.
In ANY case, I think we're arguing about nothing; my original point (that the moon is associated with femininity in our present cultural context) stands, but does not refute your observation that historical counterexamples do exist.

To give a weak justification for the existence of this post, I propose that the creator of the CastPic be a rotating position.

No problem, we all misread things now and then.

Also, about the CastPic, is it just me, or does HelenNet sound sort of like Yoda in it? "Get the salt shall I, hmmmm?"

Now I have an image of Yoda dressed as Dame HelenNet.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Nightranger on Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:55 pm

Amon Star wrote:Now I have an image of Yoda dressed as Dame HelenNet.

Then my work here is done.
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MARTIN: What's wrong with it?
CARTER: "The singularity is about to explode?"
MARTIN: Yes.
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DANIEL: How exactly is having weapons at maximum going to help the situation?
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MITCHELL: Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment.
TEAL’C: I do not understand why everything in this script must inevitably explode.
MARTIN: Look, you guys may all know how things really work out there in the galaxy, but I know the film business. Explosions make great trailers. Simple fact. More explosions, better trailer. Better trailer, more viewers.


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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Xepharon on Wed Mar 12, 2008 11:33 am

Totally awesome podcast, once again. But who was the artist who sang that song at the end, "Crazy World"?

and btw, i can also identify with the lean to of TF Guns.
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Postby Free Radical on Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:11 pm

Xepharon wrote:Totally awesome podcast, once again. But who was the artist who sang that song at the end, "Crazy World"?

It's an EGS fansong by cyberseth.
Or at least I assume it is, and not the Aslan song of the same name...
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Nocturn on Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:18 pm

It is indeed by Cyberseth, who also composed Because Of Your Grace which was sung by his sister.

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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Xepharon on Thu Mar 13, 2008 12:51 am

Any way I can buy/get a hold of that song? I've gone through nearly every iTunes method I cant think of...and still no luck. I'm beginning to think iTunes doesn't have it.
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Postby Free Radical on Thu Mar 13, 2008 11:04 am

Xepharon wrote:Any way I can buy/get a hold of that song? I've gone through nearly every iTunes method I cant think of...and still no luck. I'm beginning to think iTunes doesn't have it.

Well, you can hear the full song here anyway. Other than that, PM the author and ask? He seems to still be active on the Dominic Deegan forums.
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Dame HelenNet on Fri Mar 14, 2008 2:00 am

New podcast up.

Glad to see there's this much discussion activity on our podcasts. :)
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Re: [PODCAST] Bunnycast is up! (3/8)

Postby Ineluki on Fri Mar 14, 2008 4:40 am

Dame HelenNet wrote:New podcast up.


Best! cast! up to now! Now I'm really jealous about the ppl who can go to the con :okthen:

Oh and if you're serious about the sluggy archives, I'll have the archives finished for download in a week or such. having them on hdd always saves a load of time. so let me know, if it's needed.

And as I see you still haven't solved the volume issues, I'll recommend you this sweet micro. bought it myself a few weeks ago and I'm 100% contend with it, concerning volume, lack of acoustic feedback and so on... pretty cheap too.

anyway, good job, was fun listening as always.
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