Well Greg Brill hasn’t responded to the email with my resume and I haven’t gotten any swag from DotNetRocks!, but you may have noticed that on episode #260 at five minutes and twenty seconds Richard Campbell read my email. I was a little surprised myself as I was only half listening while I was at work, but sure enough he read my comments on show #244 with Scott Stanfield. He didn’t read everything so here is my email in full:
I just wanted to let you know that the Scott Stanfield show was great. I am a .Net developer and have been listening to the big three for some time now (.NetRocks, Hanselminutes, and Runas Radio). My only complaint is that I need more content to listen to. I’ve tried a few other podcasts, but either the content or the sound quality sucked and I removed them from my subscriptions. After listening to the Scott Stanfield show I started thinking that you need to get this guy his own podcast. He knew a wide range of topics and obviously enjoyed talking about them. The way he presented information reminded me of Scott Hanselman as they both come across as very excited and enthusiastic about technology. What do you think? If you’re too busy to get it up and going then maybe you could hire a hot intern (or at least you could use it as an excuse to get one.) Just thought I would throw that out there. Keep up the good work.
Anyways, I’m going to officially start the campaign for the Scott Stanfield show. I don’t know If Scott wants to do one or not, but if I can get enough people to ask then maybe he will. My job is getting fairly boring and I need some interesting content to listen to so until I get a new job, some swag as a bribe to shut me up, or the Scott Stanfield show starts I’ll keep bugging for the new podcast. I’ve put together a survey to gather everyone’s opinion about the idea so fill out the survey and feel free to comment about it here.
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