Yes, I know this blog could be considered partly “defunct”.
It is conceivable that one would assume this if a
blogmaster blogger blog-author appears to have put their blog out to pasture.. by, say, posting only once every 6 months or so (guilty). Or that said author appears to be letting their interest in writing wane away to an inevitable demise (guilty).
Such a thought process would not be incorrect.
It’s about having stuff to put out there.
Usually, the most fun, interesting things I’ve come up with have been in the company of friends. It has often been a discussion point between my friends and I that if only we could somehow publicize our messages to each other, we would have comedy/information gold.
If only it were that simple.
You need the right people. You need the right medium. You need interesting topics. You need to be able to play off each other.
Suffice to say I do have candidates on all those fronts. But the partner-in-crime got self-selected during one of those daily back-and-forths with Raghu:
Raghu: finished this book – http://www.amazon.com/Remember-India-First-World-Vedica/dp/8174369791
Satish: yes i think i heard about this on sidin’s podcast/newsletter
Raghu: i don’t veen get those anymore
Raghu: and never heard his podcast
Raghu: why don’t we do a podcast?
Raghu: well – you have a bunch of things happening for sure
Satish: i started listening to this dads podcast and mentioned to G that i should an indian geek dad podcast with raghu
Satish: great minds, man
Satish: but yes, every time i think about how to get that off the ground i remember all the other things in the air
Raghu: well, let’s try anyways
Raghu: desi geek dad squad
Raghu: once every two weeks
And thus The Inconceivable! Desis Podcast was born. And is now 11 episodes old.
Yeah, I know. A bit late on the origin story 1.
Personally, of course, I have been following podcasts for a while (no matter what the so-called podcast renaissance would have you believe). Just like my beloved RSS feeds, they remain integral to my online experience. Based on which, it seems apt to reflect on our own experience so far.
But this is not that post. That will be the next post 2.
This seems a good point as any to touch on some of the more abstruse aspects of our podcast. Such as the subtleties to our logo:
Raghu and I have known each other for a while (15 years, at this point, I think). This conversation epitomizes what happens when we hang out together… really, it’s 15 years of missed recording sessions 🙂 Geekdom. Pop culture. Movies. Books. Technology. Perspectives. Life. The 11 episodes we’ve released so far have spanned the breadth of these, and we have a list of many many more to come.
How can you get updated? Get notified of new episodes? Actually listen to the damn things?
Also an iTunes link.
And an RSS feed which can be put into any podcast client.
And we’re inviting you to join in. And let us know what you think. And what you might want to hear about. We promise to do our research to talk about anything you might want to hear about.
- Raghu has, of course, been a lot more on point in putting up an introductory post close to when we launched the show. Me, I tried to write it and then decided to simmer on my take for a while. And so, here we are 4 months later, and I’m finally writing about it. Typical. ↩
- Don’t you dare say, ‘fat chance!’. ↩