Cone 11 (Forced Air) Number 1

I’ll be re-posting some “timeless favorites” from the old blog. Here’s the 1st podcast I did about pottery from Nov. 11th, 2004:

Clayart has a thread about radio, and I have been watching the explosion of podcasting content recently. I enjoy listening to these things while I work and thought potters would be a natural audience. So I decided to give it a go myself.


Futura Bold is the band featured in the background.

Here’s their Creative Common’s licensed music
Here’s their website

You gotta love that name.
Big thanks for allowing other’s to use their music.

No, I will not be quitting my day job!

About John

Interested in how information intersects daily life, technology, and art. Collaboration specialist, working in social and collaborative media. Biomedical Informaticist, focusing on patient/patient, patient/provider communication.
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2 Responses to Cone 11 (Forced Air) Number 1

  1. I t is nice to hear voices from past. But it will also be nice to find here some of your clay objects.
    Now, with all this Rss around, pioneer clay blogger like you must furnish his new home to accommodate us ,online potters, with similar comfort as with good old and rssless, 1st clay blog on earth.
    Have you also found any potters on your Second Life medical tour?

  2. John says:

    Thanks for the note…and the motivation!

    With my Medical Informatics classes, I haven’t been doing much art…let alone clay. I have been putting together some designs, so I am thinking about it, and of course do some more.

    (My “art” time is currently spent getting the past content off the old blog’s servers.)

    Second Life lends itself to the creation of objects, and round ones are particularly easy to make with some of the current tools. So there are quite a few vases. Folks have made teapots and such as well. I see them as more 3d designers than potters at this point. Everquest has virtual “potters.” Second Life is not so much about Guilds and recipes to make things.

    Wow…I need to do this as a separate post!

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