Sunday, April 20, 2008

The Drone Bay: Episode 7

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Show notes:

Episode 7 is upon thee! Cower in fear! Also, little to no WoW talk this week, we promise.

Bring on the Drones:

In the weekly recap, Crovan edits out a sneeze, but forgets to edit the part where he warns that he's going to sneeze. Also, EVE's source code gets out, and is posted with a chatlog. Drone Bay says Just Say No to source! Also, CCP hires garbage men in Trinity 2.3.

The DON'T PANIC topic for this week is the market. Be a day-trader! Watch out for market bubbles!

In the listener feedback section, the guys discover that their Skype voicemail works! Yay! Please get in touch with us. We want to hear your dulcet tones. Also, discussion ensues about how hard EVE pwns WoW vis-a-vis PvP.

A new segment, titled "Tool Time" debuts this week. The first tool featured is EVEMon. If you aren't using EVEMon, you are wrong!

More mail this week, which was good. This week, though we are now welcoming/inviting you to share your own expertise with mini-segments! If you want to record something that is under 2 minutes long in mp3 format, has good audio quality, and is something you think we would find to be quality work, send it on! I recommend using Audacity to record/encode the mp3, since it's free and rather easy to use. You will need to download a file library to encode mp3s, but all the links are on the Audacity site. In a pinch, you can send us a wav file.

No bloopers this week. Not because they didn't happen, but more because Crovan left them in in order to simulate "live conditions". We are still contemplating taking the show live in the future, at least for the recording process.

This is a taste of the insanity likely to ensue. Enjoy!

Contact Info:

GAX Online Group: The Drone Bay

dronebay[at] (comments/questions for everyone)

Skype: Dronebay

Bitter Old Noob (Crovan)
CrazyKinux's Musing
The Littlest Drone (Alsedrech)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As always, I've really enjoyed listening to this episode of The Drone Bay.

It helped me pass an enjoyable Mining Mission - and gets more than a passing mention in the CameraDrone photo blog: