WDWNT podcast. Only real problem there is the overwhelming wealth of inside jokes. So, it's a hard podcast to break into leaving it impossible to recommend a starting point.
Though, I guess if I had to choose one it would be episode #130, Top Ten Current Attractions. Though again, lots of inside humor in that one as well. But, entertaining nonetheless.
91= Grand Floridan 01= All Star Sports 11= Music
92= Grand Floridan 02= All Star Movies 12= Movies
93= Caribbean Beach 03= Old Key West 13= Sports
94= All Star Sports 04= Pop Century
95= French Quarter 05= Pop Century
96= Dixie Landing 06= Grand Floridan
97= All Star Music 07= All Star Sports
98= All Star Sports 08= Pop Century
99= All Star Movies 09= All Star Sports
00= All Star Music 10= All Star Music
Although as a topic, "Top 10 Current Attractions" sounds fairly subjective. Not to mention that it's just general enough to have been done to death at this point.
Last edited by supernova; 03-14-2012 at 02:37 PM.
Alright, I just clicked onto their site. Once I delve into it more, I will better understand why there is a normal and enhanced version of the podcast for every episode. Perhaps one box with two links would be less conjested than two boxes per show. I clicked over to the Music tab, thinking there would be downloadable tracks for my collection. Wow was I wrong. Out of nowhere, I started hearing some mindless woman rambling on and on and on about the old Millionaire show an pins and Vinylmation. If you're in the mood for a headache, do yourself a favor and click on there and listen to the amount of "likes" she uses in the first two minutes. A clear indication of an inability to form sentences and excel in public speaking. "And he was like, and I was like, and then he was like, and I was like. And, like, I have like, a dozen..." Wow. Just... wow. When it comes to hosting a podcast, there is something to be said about putting your best foot forward. Choose your guests carefully. For all of our sakes.
Between that awful introduction and seeing a seemingly unending list of 'contributors' to each show... here we go again.
Secondly, the enhanced podcast breaks the show up into chapters so that you can skip ahead to certain ones if you wish. They can also put pictures into the show. For example, when they first came out with many of the Fantasyland expansion scale models they had photographers at the event and were able to show you each picture as they were talking about it.
Lastly, if all you're going to do is tear everything apart and complain about it I'd suggest just skipping podcasts altogether.
And that is certainly what you get with that podcast. If they don't like something they're not going to candy coat it. Actually, even when they love something they'll also look at any and all negatives involved.
I'll definitely have to download their podcast, then. I tried finding the top 10 you recommended, but it took a while to get to that page (thanks to two boxes per show) and by the time I got to 130, it wasn't the one you recommended. As far as their enhanced/basic shows, again, makes sense. But why not have ONE box for the show and explain what's on for the week, then include two download links. Doesn't warrant two seperate boxes, from what I have seen. But that's not important. For now, I need to check out their show. I'll grab one at random and see what it's all about.
Here it is on their website http://wdwnewstoday.com/blog/archives/319
But, why do you like doing things the hard way? Do you not have iTunes? If not, you need it. Makes life FAR easier especially when it comes to podcasts.
Was that in English?
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