[Hpr] owning binrev
ken.fallon at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 03:46:14 PDT 2011
Can you email me the name of the company and we'll do the rest.
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 10:06 PM, StankDawg <stankdawg at stankdawg.com> wrote:
> Im actually working on this. Yes it needs hosting company. I will record it and give it to you soon.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Jun 4, 2011, at 1:04 PM, Ken Fallon <ken.fallon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Couldn't agree with you more. I've got this so far.
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>> @stankdawg Do we need to add a mention for our new hosting company ?
>> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 3:56 PM, Klaatu <gort.klaatu at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> At the risk of sounding like a suit-and-tie here, I would like to wonder
>>> something aloud to the mailing list, and ask if we - as HPR - should not
>>> start recognizing and exposing the fact that we are a part of BinRev.
>>> This morning's episode (Ken's Interview With Stankdawg) really drove home
>>> the point that a lot of new listeners of HPR don't actually realize that it
>>> is and always has been a BinRev project. I think this is a bit of a shame
>>> for two reasons:
>>> 1. A lot of us as podcasters and hackers were incredibly influenced by
>>> binrev radio. I myself count Stankdawg as one of my primary influences and
>>> he even gets the very dubious honor of being the reason I record myself in
>>> glorious 8000hz and pimp a proper lo-fi sound.
>>> 2. binrev is a strong and important "brand" - it has been around a long time
>>> now, it's done a lot for the "hacker" image and sense of identity, and it's
>>> an important part of HPR as well as hacker tradition and history.
>>> In short, I think we should take ownership of our heritage.
>>> It has often puzzled me, actually, as to why HPR was not seen more as a
>>> BinRev project; I kind of assumed that BinRev wanted to be a more or less
>>> invisible sponsor, but I think HPR and BinRev are both being hurt by not
>>> claiming affiliation.
>>> For instance, I have recently done an outro without the "Sponsored by Caro
>>> dot net" part; it would be trivial to add something like "HPR is a part of
>>> the Binary Revoution...blah blah blah" -- or whatever.
>>> Anyone else thinking in this direction or am I just spouting off rhetoric
>>> from marketing class?
>>> -- klaatu
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