The Business and I have just about mapped out our strategy for March. This is probably the first time we’ve set up a recording schedule for an entire month, but with our personal lives constantly being a bother, we need to be prepared. The titles, topics, and even extra treats that we have lined up to produce have even myself tingling with anticipation.
Animazement 2011 is coming up fast! We’ll be manning one of the video rooms that Saturday morning, with a table just outside the door. I’m furiously brainstorming some new designs for fliers and possibly shirts for Kevin and I to wear. Our buttons from last year were pretty damned sweet, so we’ll likely just run off a couple hundred more of those.
There is a possibility that Method to Madness will participate in a panel this year. It’s something that faithful listener, Dustin is brewing, but absolutely nothing is established yet. I’d also like to see how one of our network hosts, Anime 3000 would like to get involved with the con. If all they can do is secure a spot for our fliers at the promo table, I’d be grateful.
I may also be moving this summer, depending on where my girlfriend’s career takes her. I don’t know how this will affect the podcast, except for maybe taking a month hiatus till I’m ready to hop back in. Ironically, the further she may have to go, the less disruption will be experienced here. Again, this may all be moot.
But back to the short-term, March is going to be fun. We’re recording podcasts this week for Angel Beats! and video games, with some listener feedback addressed when possible. Plus at least one more review for A3K; this time for My Bride is a Mermaid.
I got da hookups for some Hyperdimension Neptunia, from which I intend to derive some kind of content. Not sure if it will be posted here or in the main site’s blog. My rule of thumb is that if the article isn’t written with the standards of purple prose I admire from Terry Pratchett or Jerry Holkins, it will be deposited as refuse here.