[ubuntu-uk] Music to your ears, something new for the UK
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Tue Mar 11 19:26:11 GMT 2008
On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 7:19 PM, Matthew Daubney <daubers at gmail.com> wrote:
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> alan c wrote:
> > Colin McCarthy wrote:
> >> I can't stand podcasts with
> >> [...] and the general BS and swearing that goes on.
> > I listened to one such, and did not return. I do not think bad
> > language is necessary to get the subject across.
> Having listened to the podcast, and enjoyed it thoroughly I feel I can
> add a comment here.
> I think the language depends on your aim of the target audience. I quit
> like lugradio because most of the time does just come across of a group
> of people having a natter, which is very useful white noise when writing
> reports and things. If you where to limit the language, sometimes this
> could be a bit stifled.
> Of course, here it's slightly different maybe. Where the ubuntu-uk
> podcast seems a lot more topic focused (from the first episode anyway),
> and from the presenters..... percieved image based on their voices, I
> think that preventing bad language appearing may help it's target
> audience (general UK-ians interested in Ubuntu, and not more techy people)
> Just my 2 pennies, if it makes sense, also, good job on an excellent
> podcast, any chance of some hardware reviews? :-)
I agree, I actually find LUGradio amusing, whereas this was not so
amusing, it was interesting to listen to, and something to learn from,
its a different genre when compared to some of the ones with a bit of
offo-lingo in it.
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