Finally! At long last, after way, way too much time off, the podcast is back in action. Huzzah! This one is a little bit different from previous episodes. It’s a walking commute rather than a driving one. In this show, I talk about this year’s Blender Conference and all of the development going on with Blender there. It’s really an exciting time to be a Blender user. And the best part is that the lecture/presentation side of the conference is freely available for everyone to see on the Blender Foundation YouTube channel. Here are a couple choice pieces worth watching:
And that will about do it. In the next episode, I’ll record from my car again. Perhaps I’ll even bring you up to speed with all the crazy things I’ve been up to in the last year and a half.
On a general note, I’m really interested to hear what you think about the walking format for the show. It’s not likely that walking shows will be the norm, but if you like it, perhaps it’s something I’ll throw into the rotation periodically. In any case, I’d love feedback on that.
Also, for those of you unfamiliar with this podcast, I have a tendency to casually curse throughout it. If that’s something that bothers you, you have been warned.
quollism, Nov 9, 2016
Great to have you back!
Jason, Nov 9, 2016
Thanks! Let’s see how well I can keep this up. I’ll need constant pestering. :)
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