Two podcasts in one day

Looks like Christmas (or Festivus) came early this week. At least for people who like to hear me drone on and on.

First up, a new episode of “Debug” (subscribe here) with Nitin Ganatra. This is our fourth appearance together where Guy English and Rene Ritchie trick us into alcohol-fueled rants about our former employers. Actually, it’s not like that at all. We do know how to hold our liquor by now.

This time we talked about managing teams, employee retention and other such pointy-haired activities. I really appreciate Guy choosing that topic and then inviting me on the show. Lots of fun too, mixing it up with those knuckleheads again.

Then there’s a new episode of “Melton” (subscribe here) with my co-host Rene Ritchie. Yeah, him again. And Rene must be working overtime because we recorded it just this afternoon. I hadn’t even sent him my side of the audio before he just published the whole damn thing. You’re on fire, Rene!

And I could go for a triple this week because I’m recording another show tomorrow with Rene, Guy, Matt Drance and Georgia Dow. May the Force be with us because I think you can all guess what that podcast will be about.

7 thoughts on “Two podcasts in one day”

  1. Fantastic podcasts! I just wanted to go on the record as saying that your unapologetic and genuine candor is sincerely appreciated. I seem to always take away a little nugget that I can’t thank you enough for.

    Looking forward to listening (and reading) more from you in the New Year.

  2. Wonderful podcasts, Don!

    Thank you for referring me to Matt Drance’s Star Wars review. Took me a few tries to find it, but its was well worth it once I did (http://letterboxd.com/drance/film/star-wars-the-force-awakens/).

    This movie has turned me into a real Star Wars fan. I think I’m your age. I saw Star Wars when it came out my first year in college. I was fascinated by the story and special effects, but my heart has always belonged to Star Trek. J.J. Abrams broke Star Trek with his ‘reboot’ movies (though they were still pretty good movies), but he has really fixed Star Wars and now I’m all in.

    So good to hear you so much over this holiday. Those once-a-month gigs are just not enough to keep a fan happy…
    Anxiously looking forward the the third one ‘tomorrow.’ Sounds like a keeper…

    1. Wow. I was just about to start a post linking to Matt’s review because our podcast had to be rescheduled. It’s both creepy and delightful that you were reading my mind. πŸ™‚

      Thanks! I’ll try to keep talking as often as they’ll let me and writing as often as I can.

  3. I always look forward to another installment of The Melton & Ganatra Chronicles – I could listen to you guys for hours…oh wait, I do!

    Keep ’em coming (and the review shows as well.)

    Thanks!

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