It’s the Sunday episode with Daniel and Drew!
We began this week with a major snafu – I sort of… well… forgot to hit the record button. Once we got it rolling though, things were good. We started with a bit of a rant about the afternoon that I had to spend at our local Chuck E. Cheese’s (we won’t be taking them on as a sponsor anytime soon, trust me).
Drew had a much better day than I did, hanging out as he did with guys like C.C. Chapman and Steve Garfield at Boston Media Makers. Drew followed up his description of his afternoon with an update on some new video production equipment he just picked up – a Sony ECM Condenser Stereo Microphone and a Sima SL-20LX Ultra Bright Video Light (affiliate links).
Next up, we discussed two contests that we’re running. Drew is still running his SwagsGiving contest over at BenSpark.com – definitely go check that out for some awesome prizes – and here at Geek Dads Weekly we’re giving away five Gold passes to Affiliate Summit West 2011! Want to win the first pass? Give us a call! Pick up the phone, dial 281-826-2112 and tell us your name and why you’d like to go to Affiliate Summit West in January.
We wrapped up with a short discussion about a story that’s been getting a lot of media attention this week: the mom that went along with her five-year-old son’s desire to dress up as Daphne, from Scooby-Doo, for Halloween. Neither of us have a problem with the kid’s choice of costume – but we agreed that it’s strange that a mom who takes care not to mention her son’s real name on her blog thought that it was A-OK to put an unaltered picture of him in-costume in the article. Hm.
Thanks for listening!
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