• Chris CastilloChris Castillo, over 2 years ago

    Just some honest feedback on this – I had to stop listening about 2 minutes in. The amount of times you say "like" is insane. I don't know if this is how you normally speak or it was something else (nerves, etc...) but it was really hard to listen to. This probably doesn't bother other people though so you can just ignore me.

    4 points
    • Kevin ClarkKevin Clark, over 2 years ago

      Thanks for your honest feedback Chris. It's crazy how much recording a podcast teaches you about how you speak. English is not my first language and, unfortunately sometimes it shows. I'll pay extra attention for you next episode :)

      3 points
      • Joel CalifaJoel Califa, over 2 years ago

        Good luck! I'm sure we all do it, and a recording podcast is an awesome way to get over it.

        1 point
      • Chris CastilloChris Castillo, over 2 years ago

        Yeah it's really tough and sometimes you don't even notice until someone points it out to you. Related: I'm also the first person at the table to tell someone they have food in their teeth hahah – Just looking out! Good luck with the podcast and I'm sure I'll give it another listen when it hasn't been such a hectic week.

        0 points
    • Crampa ...Crampa ..., over 2 years ago

      Replace 'like' with 'um' and you'll sound like a genius...

      Anyway I thought it was pretty good for a first episode. You guys will get good overtime I'm sure. And you actually put show notes which is great.

      Do you plan on talking about web development or is it strictly design stuff?

      0 points
      • Kevin Clark, over 2 years ago

        Thanks! I'm also trying to figure out a way to add chapter marks for Overcast. We both do a lot of web and iOS development, so I'm sure that will come up in our conversations. We have no hard and fast rules about what we talk about.

        0 points