Trey’s Variety Hour #50

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Trey’s Variety Hour #50: Photography, Relationships and Innovation at the Speed of Light!

Karen Hutton and Gino Barasa guest host and are joined by Alan Shapiro, Ron Clifford, Michael Bonocore, Vivienne Gucwa, and Chris Chabot. They talk about “Photography, Relationships and Innovation at the Speed of Light!”

The panel discusses how ideas innovations are happening at lightning speed these days and the role G+, other social media platforms are playing in this phenomena. We hear about some pretty cool developments in folks’ lives as result of these new developments… what some of the problems are we face as artists… and share a few “takeaways” that we can all apply to our lives and experience here!

Thanks to Keith Barrett and Dave Veffer for helping out with the whole production!

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  • For the 2nd time… Why are you not putting your show in iTunes?

  • Dave Veffer

    TWiT was hosting the bandwidth for the iTunes version of the show. They are no longer carrying the show along with several others unfortunately.

  • Andrea Boyle

    I usually listen to these via I-tunes during my daily walks. Will they ever have anything beyond episode 44? Oh…others have already voiced the same issue…Well, hey…what gives? I LOVE the show!

  • To be honest that is a lame excuse if that’s exactly what Trey is saying the reason is.

    Guess I better find a new show.

  • It’s not just a bandwidth issue; it’s a complex logistics issue. It’s not just a matter of throwing it on iTunes. It’s not a dead subject for us, but one that there is no easy fix for. We’ll continue to work on it – sorry for the inconvenience.

  • Hi Andrea,

    See my comment below – we’ll work on it. TWiT was taking care of this, so to make sure everything gets in the same place, we need to migrate all of the existing ones. Sorry for the trouble!

  • Andrea Boyle

    Thanks, Luke! I appreciate your work and quick reply.

  • Thank you for the update @lukesic:disqus

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