I mean, the other forum was pretty dead but for a while there was some people. What happened to Jon Ray? Is that guy still around?
And Tim, it's getting longer and longer between episodes. Is the show starting to wear on you?
I haven't done much with any websites lately. My mind can't be one-track and I get off on doing other stuff and between work, and personal stuff that I want to do its hard to keep working on the website. Maybe the new year will bring some new motivation for me, let's hope so!
Anyway just wondering if people are still around or if the site is gonna dissapear off the internet like everything else after it's been a few years.
Hey everyone (well, Camman, Rob C, and others), I'm still here.
Yes, I know it's gotten longer and longer between episodes, I'm trying to hold it to no more than 3-4 weeks.
I've got the idea for my next episode ready, I just have think about what to say in the rant that goes with the topic, and then sit down and film it now.
I haven't heard from Jon Ray in quite some time, I hope he still stops by once in a while.
And as much as Darth Bane says he hates the show, or how long he waits between message board posts, he just CAN'T leave! Reminds me of a moth flying around a light bulb ( a light bulb that is turned on ) at night. He's hooked on me!
I remember the days when I cranked out a new episode every week, and now I wonder how I did it. I've got more demands on my time now, like work, overtime, trying to get some exercise to reduce my fatness, World of Warcraft (I may do an episode about that), Halo 2, and other things. Makes it hard to get new things done on the website, and I sometimes wonder how many people are checking in to see if a new episode is up yet.
Even if I did stop making episodes completely, I'd keep the website up for a few years at least.
I've got an idea for a new advertising technique here in my area, I've got to get in front of my still digital camera, and then the computer with Word 2003 and maybe the Windows XP photo editor on and try some things to make the ad.
If all goes to plan (that means - if I get enough cash saved up in the bank by then), I'm planning a change of scenery around late March / early April, and new episodes will come from that. And possibly with the aid of other people afterwards, but who knows at this point? I'm not giving up on anything.
So hang in there, you haven't heard the last of me yet!
Unless some drunk driver gets me killed in a car wreck on my way to/from work or something like that and I don't have a chance to update the website one last time, and then the ISP eventually drops the site because I'm dead and can't pay the ISP fees anymore, and things like that........
But aside from that, the show will go on (and keep coming, sooner or later).
Post by Music for Bears on Feb 9, 2007 20:53:16 GMT -5
I just don't think that many people know about Loudmouthtim.com. I've told many people that I know, Youtube and Myspace have become so popular that filmmakers and webshows don't even need their own site.
I don't want to see this show die. Keep it going Tim. Hold auditions for new talent to come on the show.
OK cool. I too have a website of my own and hope it is around and popular for a long time like yours. Some people may not like your site, but they can't deny it's the longest running comedy/opinion show around.
RC, I tried to watch your episode 41, but it would not play for me.
What ever happened to the older Windows Media Player videos? I never had a problem with them. I do have Quicktime on my computer, and it plays other Quicktime files pretty well.
Episode 41 played fine for me, but I went ahead and re-uploaded it anyway. I've been using podshow.com for my feed as I hate writing the RSS code and plus they are free and the problem may be on their side. As for the older WMV episodes, they are still there. Since about episode 34/35 I have used QuickTime.
That's actually a pretty tough question. There have been some episodes where I made them and thought "This has GOT to be my best one yet". Richard "Agee" Maxwell's episodes have always been very popular, and I like the songs he sings also.
I spent some time thinking about this, and I don't think there's any one episode that stands out as being absolutely the best ever, bar none. There are good and not so good episodes, but no one in particular comes to mind at the moment as the greatest ever.
I like the Halo 2 episode #128, particularly the part with the demo and Flock of Seagulls song. I've watched it a few times recently. But that's kind of a special interest episode. I'd like to make a World of Warcraft episode, but I remember the 6 hour editing job it took to make the Halo 2 episode, and then my procrastination kicks in.
I have an idea for a parody commercial episode, but it hasn't been made yet, and I'm currently due for a new episode right now, but it might get delayed a bit longer due to some other problems that just happened.
yeah man, this is my favorite show on the internet. Keep up the good work.
My favorite episodes are the Agee ones. Do you still talk to that guy?
I think a good idea for an episode would be one where you and your friends go bowling. You know, take funny shots of yourself and acting crazy. Then, inbetween shots, splice it later with some of you at your house talking about bowling. I bet you can find lots to rant about.