Two big items in podcast news today.
One, we actually recorded another podcast. Since no one died after listening to the first edition, we felt it only right to try to rectify that with a second installment. Included in this week's version is a (not that) thorough discussion of the Purdue win, why rushing the court on Sunday was the dumbest idea possible, and Jason D'Alesio. We don't actually talk about Jason D'Alesio, but his name gets mentioned, and that's reason enough to give the podcast a try.
Second, and this might even more exciting news, is that we're on iTunes, making regular downloading that much easier. All you have to do is go to the iTunes store, search for Smoking Musket, and then subscribe (for free) to the podcast. It should automatically download today's broadcast to your podcast section, but you can also set iTunes to download each new version automatically, which means you'll likely get the newest podcast late Sunday evening when it is uploaded (instead of Monday, like everyone else).
If you don't subscribe through iTunes, you'll still be able to listen directly from posts like this (and more directly from our podcast archive), but it will be much easier to listen on-the-go as well as pause the podcast, etc.
Again, let us know what you think of the thing, even if you hate the entire concept's guts (or the sound of 5th Year's voice).
Note: a big credit goes to JP Fanshawe for creating what I personally think is some kick-ass entrance and exit music. I think we can all agree that it's a big upgrade over 5th Year and I sadly beat-boxing. Thanks, JP.