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“Unexcelled” facilities. That’s an old word.
do you need IRC to attend?
I know it sounds a bit odd given the visual nature of the show, but would you consider releasing an audio-only version each week? Even if it’s just the audio stripped from the video in post, I’d love to subscribe to it via RSS and listen during the week at work. Then if there is something I feel I absolutely must see, I’ll be sure to watch the video as well.
You guys say so many informative things that I feel an audio version would be well worth listening to. Audio+RSS sure would help those of us with infants and toddlers in the house who make it darn-near impossible to sit and watch anything for an hour.