[Hpr] owning binrev

StankDawg stankdawg at stankdawg.com
Mon Jul 4 05:20:47 PDT 2011


Was out of country. Sorry for late reply.   Already recorded and Josh knapp has it on the episode he recorded and is delivering it to ken to share with everyone. 

Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 2, 2011, at 6:46 AM, Ken Fallon <ken.fallon at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi StankDawg,
> 
> Can you email me the name of the company and we'll do the rest.
> 
> Ken.
> 
> 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 ?
>>> 
>>> Ken.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 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.
>>>> 
>>>> and..
>>>> 
>>>> 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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