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Episode 5: New Year… New Goals

In this episode, we bring in the new year with an exciting show. In our tech talk segment, we talk about online radio and online TV. In popcorn theater, we review the ABC show, Brothers & Sisters; and review the awesome movie AVATAR. On Pi News on channel 3.14, we preview our family bowling night. We then have a new years talk, where we talk about new years resolutions; how the podcast has evolved; and new goals for the podcast. Our funny quote of the day today is by a surprise person. We then share with you some voice feedback and constantly through the show remind you about our brand new voice feedback number. In our Jammin’ Jukebox segment, we have two podsafe songs for your listening pleasure from Mevio’s Music Alley at music.mevio.com. To end the show, we promote the podcast In Between Sundays, a podcast for young adults, by playing their promo; as well as including a shameless plug with our brand new promo. We wish you and your family a happy new year-2010!

We welcome your feedback about this podcast!

Email: rydanshow@gmail.com

Voice feedback: 206-350-5759 Our voice feedback number is probably out of order…
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  • Jammin’ Jukebox podsafe music from Mevio’s Music Alley at music.mevio.com:

“The Weakness” by KOLE

“Have Been Claimed” by Darrell Smith

“Auld Lang Syne Happy New Year” by J.E.L.L.i.

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