Thursday, December 18, 2008


I had the opportunity to listen to the most recent Voices in the Machine podcast (episode 4), available here or through iTunes. Episode 4 is a little shorter than the earlier ones, and features Gabrielle Riel's interviews with some of the attendees at this fall's CaleCon event. As always, the podcasts are well worth one's time. For the multi-taskers, one can listen while cleaning out one's inventory, trying on outfits, planning world domination, and so forth.

Oddly, the iTunes people apparently will not make the Clockwork Cabaret available. Maybe it has to do with the ratio of music to talk, and copyright issues. Even more oddly, the Steampunk Spectacular podcast, which is mostly talk, is available on iTunes - but not the U.S. iTunes. (I get a message to that effect, at any rate.)

So much steamy goodness, so little time!


Emmett Davenport said...

The Clockwork Cabaret is now available via ITunes. It's lack of availability apparently had something to do with the podcasting service we were using.

Rhianon Jameson said...


Thank you, Miss Davenport, for noting that. I should have pointed it out myself, having switched from downloading the podcasts directly from the host to having the iTunes send them to me.

And, honestly, iTunes should be delighted to host the Clockwork Cabaret: I can't be the only one who has spent more than she should on songs I heard on the show...and iTunes has gotten almost all the business.