Archive for September, 2009
From Podcamp Pittsburgh:
Earlier this week, Missy Sorg and I had the chance to sit down with former “PittGirl” Virginia Montanez. We had a great time at a local Panera Bread talking about TheBurghBlog, identity scares, how exposing her identity with the unveiling of ThatsChurch has changed things for her, meeting the people she’s known digitally, the new restaurant, and dealing with CNN.
The Mayhem is in force! First, we get a visit from the brotherly duo from Burghseyeview (from Pittsburgh)and Pucker Time Radio (from Washington State) to talk about the good ol’ days of Studio Wrestling and life in Pittsburgh. Then we tackle emails and get voicemails all night from our new Mayhem Hotline! We get a chance to talk to the WWE Hall of Fameer Superfly Jimmy Snuka about his career, what his son is up to, his upcoming reality project, and his appearing this Saturday at IWC Clearfield Cataclysm. Then, we’re joined by Mayhem Missie and Doc Remedy in studio, fresh from their trip to New York City to catch the Ring of Honor show, and the last appearances of Bryan Danials and Nigel McGuinness before heading to WWE. We talk about Hell in a Cell, Al Sharpton, Ben Roethlisberger, why Batista is a dick, and weigh in on the G20 happening all around us last week in Pittsburgh.
Note: In the course of fixing up and updating our studio, we managed to knock something out of alignment this week, and apologize for the sound quality of this show. We will be going over every inch of the studio and fixing the problem before the next episode. Can’t win ‘em all…
This is Episode 187 for Tuesday, September 29, 2009. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned towww.wrestlingmayhemshow.com for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed from 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.com and Ustream.com. Let us know what you think of the show, and your thoughts on the wrestling world by emailing us at email@example.com! Don’t forget you can find links related to the show’s news stories and more at our Delicious Links Page for Episode 187!
Before the G20, I had the great fortune to get some great people together to have a bit of a roundtable about what we were expecting in regards to the event and social media. And I think the event delivered. Whether you agreed or disagreed witht he G20, the reason for it, the protests, or the methods, the fact is that there was a situation, and we needed/wanted information. Many of us sat at home, removed from our downtown workplace, or at work glued to their social feeds, wanting to know just what was happening as many of us sat at home and knew better than to brave the potential bedlam that we all feared would happen. We’ve all seen the pictures. There was cause for concern…
- Visual Impact. In an age when everyone has a device on their person that can produce a video, there were plenty of things for us to watch. As the riot police descended on Oakland at night, videos were up immediately. when the networks stopped covering the events Friday, there were plenty of videos up by midnight of the allegedly overzealous police force. Pictures were consistently Twitpic’d on astonishing subject matter. Videos of the tactics and responses. The best stuff, of course, comes out a few days later when the less timely technologies have a chance to get online. Some of the best give an interesting view to “ground zero” of these events.
- Coverage: As mentioned, the amount of video that was posted in blogs and YouTube almost immediately was fantastic. But there wasn’t any purpose to any of this content if you couldn’t find it. Luckily, I had discovered Tweetdeck earlier this week, and stuck a search column for “#myg20 OR #g20 OR #resistG20″. This gave me the best bet feedback about what was happening. Certainly skewed towards the protesters we were more concerned about doing something, the anarchists. The responses, one sided or not, were genuine reactions and links to steadily updating content of what was happening just 3-5 miles from my safe little suburban office.
Amazingly, though I was not in person to experience the event, it was rather unprecedented to watch the events from an overhead, overall sort of view. The spotlight was on our fair, picturesque town, and magnified via these channels.
- Just put the games on. Fantasy app up. I'm good to go #
- "has your fantasy football league let you down"?? That was a strong ad. #
- Inexlicitly ended up at Toms Diner for a late dinner. Good visit with some friends out in Springdale. Getting practice for having kids. #
- How's that TNA show going guys? #
- For all the hoopla, money, incnvenience, and potential danger, I hope something gets accomplished this week. #g20 #
- @burghseyeview we should collab more since I'm a video guy in reply to burghseyeview #
- @burghseyeview so, is that "defensive" Burghing? in reply to burghseyeview #
- Transforming iPhone Keyboard. http://snurl.com/s0hsh <video> #
- I can't believe they let you take the Stok "creamers" for free. I could go a day on these things… #
- OH: "Was there another me doing this last week? 'Cause I want to shake his hand.." #
- RT @rasager: our G20 plan leaves a lot to be desired. If I arrive at work covered in piss, I'm going the fuck home. #
- Anyone else annoyed with Facebook's recent down times? It's not as bad as Twitter, but it effects so many more functions. #
- Great Italiano and some sportcenter @ Fredos with the video guys. #
- National Green groups rented the August Wilson Center for G20.Space for environmental bloggers and reporters.Thurs & Fri.via @PennFuture) #
- Anyone have a spare Google Voice invite handy? Want to experiment a wee bit. #
- RT @shireman: @JustinKownacki i wish Steely McBeam would come to life and start to dismember protesters like Godzilla. Same thing, really #
- Some of the protesters are planning a "sleep in". Best idea I've heard all week #g20 #
- A strange craving for Sharkleberry Finn. #awfulshow #
- @JustinKownacki someone got taken out with a Samurai Sword breaking in in B-town. Is he on the crime map? in reply to JustinKownacki #
- @JustinKownacki you have stroke down there yet? make it happen. in reply to JustinKownacki #
- @JustinKownacki just realizing how many people I know, including myself, that own swords and large knives on display. Intruders are screwed in reply to JustinKownacki #
- Why, oh why, must we be punished by bad username choices of years' past… #
- Sumul-watching Heroes and RAW. My first non-DVR issue since going off-cable… #
- Sylar left something bad in Parman's head? Is he going to become Onslaught now? (Sorg Pts if you know that one..) #
- Sort of want to see Zombieland again. That good. #
- 25 Sorg pts goes to @MadMike4883 #
- @RizzIUP you're thinking DX vs Vince, Shane, and Big Show in reply to RizzIUP #
- OH: Nurses are the paralegals of the medical profession #
- @RizzIUP only box I remember was the one they sent SS back to OVW in. in reply to RizzIUP #
- Oh look. Bernie Mac's on RAW… #
- I want Mark Henry to bust through the set and yell "oh yeah" and scare some kid… #
- @RizzIUP Agreed. Sad WWE dropped them for the kid factor. in reply to RizzIUP #
- @RizzIUP Keep up talk like that, and you might see a grown Sorg cry… Negative Sorg pts for you… in reply to RizzIUP #
- @RizzIUP Gotta be an FCW jobber. I don't know any black guys that size in the fed 'cept maybe from Cryme Time. in reply to RizzIUP #
- Star Trek TNG on channel 22 FTW!!!! I love new schedule time… #
- Riker: "No, the name of my ship is the 'lollipop'" #
- My review of TweetDeck (first timer) info streams on crack. All the new buttons… #
- Woah. @AshleyLHoover made a big run at points tonight. Crossing my fingers for this last 3 mins #
- Chief O'brian was a way better engineer than this guy…. #StarTrekTNG #
- I am the best Mayhemer to Mayhem in Mayhemland. #
- I uploaded a YouTube video — Spotlight: The Mattress Factory http://bit.ly/ymLVH #
- @ChachiSays Woke up to an anti_@chachisays day. in reply to ChachiSays #
- New fact for your morning: Taylor Swift and Kanye have the same agent and he's known for these sorts of stunts. We can move on.. #
- RT @burghbaby: More of the Point Park kids showing protesters how it's done: http://bit.ly/ySjjA #
- @CarmanAvenue people go to school for that, y'know in reply to CarmanAvenue #
- @ChachiSays Sorg Fact: Turkeys can be hypnotic in reply to ChachiSays #
- @ChachiSays @Mrscrappy wouldn't it be great. A flock of turkeys flying past your 40+ flr window… I'd drop everything. Find Jesus. in reply to ChachiSays #
- @ChachiSays that kooky jesus… in reply to ChachiSays #
- …and I follow that conversation looking for "Heaven is a Halfpipe" in my collection… #
- Big web faux pas, but sit through this video for season tickets contest sign up. http://sn.im/s1qiv #
- Late night at the office. Mayhem will be well deserved tonight #wms #
- Our plan is that we punch videos in the mouth. And people are happy with that. #
- Well, I guess this is a bit depressing. http://sn.im/s1w7e #g20 #
- On the radio: guy from Digital City and D-lo Brown on BTR are interchangeable… #
- Opening my Google # for the Mayhem hotline 2nite. 412-407-SORG. Leave a message for the air! #
- In a fantastic testament to my day, I get to the studio and the show computers aren't responding… #
- This shows how off your mayhem hosts were 2nite – Photo: http://bkite.com/0c8jv #
- You know it's going to be one of those days when the first thing in your mailbox is a "horse porn" spam your filter didn't reject. #
- So, anyone with an iPhone has to be used to not having MMS. Does this update friday matter anymore? #
- @ChadTheShad be sure to stop by one of the sweet drive thru Sheetz out there… in reply to ChadTheShad #
- Best Mayhem Show Review ever: "whatever you felt like that night, do that all the time" #
- I suppose maybe half of my friends are also running Smartphones, so maybe the pic msg thing isn't a big deal to me. #
- @beth910 I've never actually received one of those. Weird since I used to get random MMS all the time on my flip phones. in reply to beth910 #
- RT @JanePitt: Bridge-danglers, I'm real happy for you & Ima let you finish, but Kanye is biggest douchebag attention whore of all time #g20 #
- Really happy to see the "positive" protesters (bridge anglers & flash mov). Ingenuity over dick moves FTW. #g20 #
- RT @mayhemshow Just setup! The OFFICIAL Mayhem Show Hotline!!! (412) 206-WMS0 ! (412) 206-9670) Call in, leave a message for the air! #
- When did Google Translate get so awesome? Serbian and Slovak? Makes my month easier when translations don't make sense. #
- LOL RT anthonycloskey @sorgatron In Wookie "Google" means "C-3PO" #
- This is happening blocks from work. the school next to me is on lockdown http://sn.im/s2o5c #
- Good write up on the protesters going into G20 from @unclecrappy http://snurl.com/s2ryf #
- Good news. The surviving accomplice in my cousins' murder & assault a year ago was charged with all 10 counts in relation to crime. #
- Nothing about today's result due to newspaper-time, but here is the trial info up until this morning. http://snurl.com/s2tob #
- @anthonycloskey Counter confession,I get most of the guys on the Daily Show confused until they do their own project. Unless they're British in reply to anthonycloskey #
- Beechview was dead this morning. how was your 'burgh hood? #g20 #
- Why does this checkpoint access to downtown remind me of Land of the Dead #g20 #
- In the spirit of the international presence in our city, I'm working on a German video. Now I feel included. #g20 #
- Who do the mayhemers out there want to see interviewed on the show in the coming weeks? Working on some names right now. #
- RT @SilentRadical: Will Anarchists Reign in Pittsburgh at the G-20? http://bit.ly/R1LjZ #G20 #
- RT @flyingmonkeyair: My first photo set from #g20 on Flickr: http://tinyurl.com/nigelG20pgh-1 #G20 #
- "Things ilearned from the Demolition Derby" http://sn.im/s3l49 #
- Next book selection: Wisdom of Crowds. Appropriate for recent local events, perhaps? #
- The city is being protested by poorly garbed ninjas? #g20 #
- RT @jolieodell: Barack Obama Loves Startups: New Federal Office for Early-Stage Entrepreneurs http://ff.im/-8Ffkt #
- RT @albertciuksza WPXI reports man in Pens jersey marching with protesters carrying Stanley Cup replica. I love Pittsburgh. #G20 #
- RT @nunca433: you kids DID NOT think this out #g20 you're sort of embarrassing anarchists worldwide. the yinzers are laughing at you. #
- RT @ChachiSays: RT @drscooter: Hey protesters. Now you've broken stuff. Now you can get the fuck out of my city. #
- RT @MayhemShow: JUST CONFIRMED! We are doing an interview w/ Jimmy SnukaTOMORROW. Submit questions to firstname.lastname@example.org ! #
- NBC News from North Side. #myg20 #
- Brian Williams is going to choke a bitch (protester) #g20 #
- Prepping for the Snuka interview by battling falling Pipers and Coconuts. http://snurl.com/s3uan #
- RT @iheartpgh: http://twitpic.com/j0cfu – Shops on walnut street have family owned business signs #g20 #myg20 #
- Very happy. Got PlayOn going on my 2.4ghz P4 in the living room. No more running from the laptop I just restarted during Glee… #
- I heard about this. Didn't realize there was footage. The girl being arrested for throwing a bicycle at a cop. http://sn.im/s4af2 #g20 #
- @unclecrappy @mrscrappy Happy Anniversary you crazy kids! in reply to unclecrappy #
- If nothing else, I learned today that George Romero got his start with Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. #stuffyoushouldknow #
- RT @allartburns Drunken Angry Bureaucrat's Open Letter to G20 Protesters: http://bit.ly/7oUQ2 #pgh #g20 (via @JustinKownacki) #
- Good pics by Duquesne at the bottom. #g20 #
- RT @tomintheburgh: Kudos to the protester who went to Pamela's in Oak with $20 apologizing for window breakage. Some actually"get it" #g20 #
- Ric Flair Lottery Ticket Commercial. Must watch. http://sn.im/s4di1 #BTR #
- @WaltRibeiro Good to see you coming back out. Enjoyed your talk last year. #pcpgh in reply to WaltRibeiro #
- Saw something like this at the Gathering '01 in Toledo once…. http://bit.ly/wAZbW #g20 #
- @nikinhd I believe its a right to "peacefully" assembly. http://sn.im/s4i9z A goal to disrupt is not applicable. Just to convey. in reply to nikinhd #
- Think so. #
- Great time talking w/ Jimmy Snuka. A legend and a gentleman. Look for it on Tuesday's show! #
- Stevie Richards live on Ustream right now?? http://bit.ly/f1euR #
- Sent my first iMMS to about 10 people. I am a normal phone user!!! #
- Why does all of the bad stuff happen to people from Pittsburgh? #lawandorder #
- It's blowing my mind that Stevie Richards (@MichaelManna ) is doing a tech show. Love it. #
- RT @Franktuary: #G20 Protest Videos and Photos for You! Looking forward to having customers again next week! http://tinyurl.com/yceu5bn #
- Oh man. Ustream has metrics. BlogTV who? #finallyexploringtoolsathand #
- @RizzIUP Y'know, that's the second wrestling/tazer reference today. the first was a Nash/tazer joke by the guy at Arby's. in reply to RizzIUP #
- Hulu: get your commercial volumes under control. Thanks, co-management…. #
- Hulu adds a "local" bug for WTAE in the corner for ABC shows. Nice touch. Would love to try it back home to see if Youngstown shows #
- AdultSwim PlayOn plugin FTW. #
- I don't know if it's true, but lol: RT @resistg20 JUST SAW A COP JUMP OUT OF A VAN, YELL 'IT'S ASS KICKING TIME' AND GO RUNNING. #G20 #
- I declare @woycheck with "Best use of Office example" award for G20 #g20 #
- And @franktuary with the "peeking out my store window" award #g20 #
- @robjdlc Please tell me that's a No Agenda reference. in reply to robjdlc #
- The Spider-Woman motion comic reminds me of the old Golden Book tapes. Memories of He-Man & Pokey Lil' Puppy abound. #
- I'm at Starbucks on a Saturday morning. Car in for inspection down the rd. Digging a donut and being a yuppie. #
- Note, the local establishment I wanted to patronize was closed, even though their website says otherwise. Not saying any names. #
- Img borders? We don't need no stinkin' img borders… #
- Getting my Linux geek on….finally… http://bit.ly/3d3iU #
- Looking for a cord to patch my iPhone into the board 4 interviews. Look on Guitar Ctr guy's fave showing him the connector was priceless. #
- "the Shack" was 1st strikeout. Apple Store next attempt. Any suggestions I'm the meantime? #
- Finally back from lots of driving and checking out some options for audio projects. A nap is in order before cleaning. #
- Watched the McD's steelers DVD. Not bad. Back to cleaning… #
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I’ve always wanted Ubuntu. It just was never the right time. For us. I’ve thrown it on older machines. Something was always wonky. A driver here, a system spec there. It was typically installed and forgotten, or immediately replaced.
I found several situations that adjusted this, and made the platform more acceptable.
- Ease FTW. Ubuntu unveiled an option with 9.04 that you could install the OS within Windows. It’s on a disk image, and arranges the boot file without hassle. Perfect to try on my two year old laptop still running XP at a decent clip.
- Everything works! I first tried the install-in-Windows option on my Dell XPS laptop. As specialized as laptops typically are, if it passes this test, we should be good to go. I’ve loaded it on two 2.4mhz-2.6mhz level PCs in the studio and run fine. I only ran into trouble when I attempted a 1.3 Mhz HP and a built machine I’ve suspected has had a faulty component for a while now. Only issue here is, I’m not as familiar if there is a problem as with the “big two” to trouble shoot nearly as well. But most options seem fairly easy to find so far in the system.
- Web 2.0 put me in the cloud, baby! I have become rather dependent on the whole “cloud computing” thing. I interact and promote on Twitter, Facebook, so those sorts of tools are easy. Most of my web work is taken care of by services like those and WordPress, so Dreamweaver sort of dropped out of the equation. Google Docs replaces Word. Gmail eliminates task lists (w/ Remember the Milk integration), IM clients (AOL and Gchat integration), and my Calendar. This has become more and more prevalent as I move from various home PCs(and one iMac) for studio, web, and video work, and even to my iPhone.I just need to swap over to PC/Mac for specific tasks I haven’t suitably replaced yet on the web or with Linux apps:
-Video editing: Final Cut Pro or bust
-Photoshop: haven’t bought into GIMP, but need to scope Photoshop online.
-Audio editing: Trying to get used to Audacity. I like Audition and Soundtrack Pro, but nothing I can’t do with more rudimentary editing.
- Feeling behind the times. My Mac has a nice new sort of white cat loaded on it, and most new Windows users are getting & or Vista going on these days, so my not quite dead yet laptop needed a dose of “ooo, shiny” to pick it up. It’s superficial, but that’s not all…
- Need for speed: …because I got a bit of a performance boost. Nice thing about a new, streamlined OS, I don’t use half the power. I’m rocking a dual core 1.6 with 3 GB of RAM. Windows still takes minutes to load (only months after a clean reinstall) and generally hover around 1.3 GB of RAM used with general use (Tweetdeck+Firefox+Chrome) while Ubuntu is just under 700 MB.
So far, as partially mentioned before, here’s the implementation in my work flow:
- Laptop Windows install for when I need an easy web based fix so far. Great to load up quick for surfing/Ustream checkin machine during show recordings.
- 2.6 ghz Celeron Compaq in Mayhem Studio. Been running music, audio and video from web pages during the show where applicable, Talkshoe control, and an extra place to surf news.
- 2.4 ghz Pentium 4 eMachine in Mayhem Studio. Machine typically does a redundant record with Audacity, stream Ustream from my Digital 8MM camera plugged into Firewire, and Skype calls.
- Live CDs: Always handy, I keep Ubuntu discs around the house and at work in case a machine goes down. If it doesn’t load, we can narrow the problem down a little bit. Though I have been introduced to Puppy Linux, which is a bit more efficient in this regard. It’s still a nice feature to be sure a machine will run the OS without issue before committing to an install.
Unfortunately, the lack of Talkshoe client, and webcam driver issues have excluded the last two from regular use. Depending on what other machines I get into the workflow, I may be able to shuffle tasks to another Windows machine. We’re running 4 machines regularly during the show, and hope to expand.
I realize this was sort of a tech heavy article, but it’s a review of the type of thing I tend to experiment with from time to time. Please, let me know if you liked, it, found it helpful, or would like to hear more about articles of this nature, a run down of our studio setup and processes, etc.
Doing a bit of an experiment with Google Voice for the WrestlingMayhemShow.com. Here’s our bit of an introduction. Please feel free to call in and help us out!
So, as many know from following our Twitter feed. (you’re all following it, right?) we have established a brand new, official, voicemail hotline for all you listeners.
So now we have it. What should we, or you, the listener, do with it?
Suggestion 1: Stick it in your phone. Put it in your contact list on your phone. That way, if you’re a live show, be it indy, a WWE taping, or your grandma’s BBQ, and you just saw something so fucked up you have to tell someone, tell us! Or if you’re walking downtown and run into Shane Douglas at your local Subway, why not request an interview on the spot and do it to the hotline?
Suggestion 2: Tell us how much we suck. Ok, you don’t have to be that harsh, but seriously, give us some feedback! Tell us what you liked and didn’t like. Bitch us out for hating on Triple H or John Cena. Tell us why we’re wrong and TNA is the greatest promotion on the planet.
Suggestion 3: Be creative. The better the call, the more likely we’ll play it. Make it your own!
As I’ve mentioned before week in a quick post, I attended the fantastic Demolition Derby at the Great Jamestown Fair this past weekend.
- The Blanket Rule: We got their right as the gate opened this year, and saw a new phenom. The blanket method. Silly us, we sat there for two hours before the official start time. Others bought their entry and hand stamp, layed a blanket down on their desired seating, and tied them to the bleacher. Some with cabling. Some with masking tape. Some with Priority Mail tape. So the best seats of the house were reserved as the owners took off to get their fill of corn dogs and funnel cakes.
- The Bruce Springstean Rule Does Not Apply: So the show started at 6 PM, as marked in the illustrious Fair Book schedule, with a tribute to 9/11, as was done every year. Then we waited. For another hour.
- Wear Safety Glasses: I was sitting in the better seats that I may have had in the past, right in the middle. We were sitting there, enjoying the second heat of the night. then bam. Something hit me. I don’t know what. No one saw it. But my head was thrown back as something, that felt about eyeball sized, hit me in the right eye. My classes were shoved against my head, and my lense popped out. Somehow, and amazingly so since it was getting dark and we were three rows from the top, my lense landed on my lap. For once, I’m very happy those contacts didn’t work out. I could be a perma-pirate right now.
- This is the best $6 can buy you. In a day when an 80 minute movie is 9.50, or a night out on the town can be $50, it’s nice to drop a 6-spot to watch 3 hours of car destruction. The usual 5 heats (3 + consolation + Finals), Powder Puffs (the girls’ heat like my own sister participated in at one time), Mini’s (front wheel drive smaller cars. The funnest of the night. And most flammable.), and, new for me this year, full size pick up trucks. Next on my list: see a Bus Demo next year someplace.
- My grandchildren will likely not enjoy a Derby: As I watched the wreckage of the full sized cars in 3 heats+, the minis, and the trucks, one thing became clear. This may go away with the advent of the electric cars. Even today, with all of the plastic we construct our cars with, we may not have as much fun when the Cadillacs run out. And then after that, I’m sure the crowd won’t want battery acid along with their gravel sprayings. Not that I’m an expert on electric cars…
Once again, I found myself following some recommendations, this time via TWIT, and it was along time listen. I’ve been looking to expand my skills, and I thought this would be an interesting book to relate to.
This book was nice (audiobook not read by the author, of course) to see the author was a local transplant from Latrobe, just a drive from Pittsburgh. There were several anecdotes of a small town guy moving out into the world.
I found that this book outlined, in great detail, a few concepts I’ve found myself already taking on, such as being a “selfless helper”. A more open approach of contributing where you can genuinely to make new friends and contacts. Many of the demonstrations were ways in which you make business relationships real friendships. It seemed to blur the lines between business and personal life, for the most part. Being maybe a little less formal. Even to the extent of taking your associates’ birthdays into account and how a small gesture can make the difference. This is a concept that is, of course, related to your business acquaintances, but I also find I’m able to apply to my closer friends that I find myself in danger of falling out of touch with. It’s a couple of years old, but it does cover the social media aspects of all this, which makes all of these tips so much easier to execute these days.
I wasn’t relating quite as much to the dinner parties that were often discussed. Maybe it’s something that I need to interpret to my own life and needs, or sorts of business, but the examples given seemed a little beyond my means. But maybe that’s a demonstration of where this guy got with his skills.
On the audiobook I listened to, the narration was a bit cheerier than I would have hoped. Whereas the Total Money Makeover author read his book with an evangelistic passion for his words, this narrator felt he had his nose in the air as he read this. It wasn’t so much of a dealbreaker, fortunately, and the information was fantastic.
For a bit of a cliff’s notes on the book in the area of Friendships, and a bit better explaination than I’m sure I could write, check out this article by The Simple Dollar.
Tonight, our radio superstars are bewildered from their respective workplaces, read some mail, and start a Mayhem Hotline! We talk up some festivities, some indie news, the forthcoming, and ridiculously promoted, Hulkamania Australian Tour, UFC Shenanigans, and then we bring in wrestlefan to find out what happened at TNA No Surrender, and talk about the news.
This is Episode 186 for Tuesday, September 22, 2009. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned to www.wrestlingmayhemshow.com for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed from 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.com and BlogTV.com. Let us know what you think of the show, and your thoughts on the wrestling world by emailing us at email@example.com! Don’t forget you can find links related to the show’s news stories and more at our Delicious Links Page for Episode 186!
A little something I posted at PodcampPittsburgh.com. You registered yet?
A couple of weeks ago, we had a chance to talk with Jeffrey Inscho at the Mattress Factory. We had a chance to talk about several of museum’s social media initiatives, dubbed Friendship Version 2.0, MyG20.org, and the Google Street View “Steet with a View” project.
Also, be sure to check out our extended interview on the Pittsburgh Podcamp Cast, where we get more in depth about the Brightkite Wall, and what social media has done for the Mattress Factory.
Be sure to subscribe to our Podcast feed to get all of the latest interviews and discussion we have in the works for the coming weeks!