Short and Fuzzy

Short and Fuzzy podcastNo, it’s not how I keep the grass on the playground mowed (That’s not for this post; long time readers probably already know that intimate information anyway. Sorry Mom… 😉 ).
Nope, Short and Fuzzy is a podcast and I’m fifty percent of it. It’s a half hour show of Neil and I gibbering on about whatever is in our heads. It’s unscripted and, for the most part, unedited.
You’ve been warned and now you’re getting the link (pick one that appeals to your geekness):

There’s also Winamp, Real, and RSS feeds on the BTPS page.

You can subscribe in any of a variety of ways if that’s your wish. You can also listen to them individually right off the page there or from Neil’s blog posts announcing each new episode. (I’ll also announce them here, but he has a fancy WordPress player for podcasts installed.)

We had planned on the first one being part of our Madeira holiday nightly diary, but we got carried away recording some intro material and banged out a New Year’s podcast without any trouble. So I’ve done it: a real podcast and not some cheesy audio blog entry like I tried in the past. Cue it up and hear my wacky mid-Atlantic accent in all its recorded glory and enjoy Short and Fuzzy for all its silliness. 😀

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11 thoughts on “Short and Fuzzy”

  1. I think we both remember my Sasquatch period for about 8 weeks last winter. I can’t slam anyone for being fuzzy after that. 😉

  2. Oh damn that was funny!

    You must do more of these 🙂

    Neil, at times, has a similarity to Steve Merchant, which is a good thing *heh*

    “Just another thing to spank you with” You must market this phrase 🙂


  3. Oh you’re too kind Matt! 😀

    There are additional episodes in the can from our nightly Madeira diary (which includes the ‘tipsycast’) and those will be released over the next month+. We will also be doing more of this turn-on-the-mics-and-go thing too, so please stay tuned if you liked this one. I’m sure I’ll get more accustomed to being behind a mic as well. 🙂

    So- answer it for me then my man in Australia, is it pronounced Shirahhz or Shirazz? Ta!

  4. Hey Jen,

    Woot! More episodes. Oh hey, is the “and” in the title supposed expressed as the html code for an ampersand?

    And yeah, it’s pronounced Shirazz, hard “a” with no “h” sound. At least I’ve never heard the posh faux-british version used, and it would probably be a target for laughing derision if used here 🙂


  5. Thank you for the pronunciation clarification Matt! If my ADD memory doesn’t fail me, I’ll mention the point (and credit you) in the next non-Madeira SaF! 😀

    The ampersand… are you seeing some weird code somewhere? There’s a couple places on the BTPodshow page where it had to be put in with html, but I’m not sure where you’re referring to…

  6. Hey Jen,

    From memory I hit the iTunes link, and the name of the show in the podcasts section of iTunes is “Short & Fuzzy”

  7. Argh! the ampersand got rendered in the last comment, let’s try this again with code tags..

    The name of the show comes up as “Short & Fuzzy”

  8. Grief, still not working – anyway what I’m trying to illustrate is that in iTunes, the name of the show is the word “Short” then the ampersand symbol, the letters “amp”, then a semicolon, then “Fuzzy”

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