The ARTS: Episode 4 -- Featuring Anthem, DIpswitch and Novus!

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Episode 04 - Air Date: May 27th, 2004
Anthem subs as co-host this episode while Spinsane is on vacation! Listen as we talk about the field trip to the Internet Archive, discuss various on-line scene competitions and how to participate and ramble on about the loss of our PDAs. Special guests include Evoke organizer Dipswitch, live at the annual Demo Show put on for members of the CCC's Cologne chapter and a pre-recorded interview with Novus, organizer of the MIC or the Monthly Invitational Competition.

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added on the 2004-05-28 14:20:55 by radman1 radman1
btw. you guys needs to learn pronouncing our european names. MetalVotze isn't said like 'Metal votes' it's more like 'Metal Fotze' :-)
Huh? MetalVotze isn't even in this episode.

Rasmus, you cuddly lamer you.
added on the 2004-05-28 20:06:23 by radman1 radman1
rasmus is always stuck in the past a month or two ;)
added on the 2004-05-28 20:55:29 by psenough psenough
[14:11:52] *barium* yupp. hehe. i liked how the dude you had as co host sounded like he had an orgasm when you mentioned "700 terrabyte" :-D
added on the 2004-05-28 23:12:40 by radman1 radman1
i listened to all the streams yesterday :)
Nice episode. Anthem was 10x better than spinsane ;) jk
We need more music in the background though. :)
added on the 2004-05-30 07:28:11 by [K0R]` [K0R]`
I pronounce it as Metal-votes too. :)
added on the 2004-05-30 09:37:07 by cruzer cruzer
I also say for instance "volks vagen" with a V-sound. What's the deal with Germans pronouncing V as F anyway? I think they have misunderstood something.
added on the 2004-05-30 09:50:07 by cruzer cruzer
dutch people have the same ;)
cruzer, germans do for sure not pronoucnce volkswagen as volksfagen. =)
added on the 2004-05-30 12:02:49 by dalezr dalezr
English, german and dutch all have the same roots in a language from the middle-ages called "dietsch". And by just looking at the names of the modern languages "dutch" and "deutsch" which are still very similar to the original language name, you can conclude that it obviously are the english guys who misunderstood something. That's probably what happens once you start living on an island ;-)
added on the 2004-05-30 12:21:52 by sparcus sparcus
I pronoucnce volkswagen as volksfagen from now on.
added on the 2004-05-30 16:34:51 by violator violator
"dutch is like opensource german" (c) dixan
added on the 2004-05-30 17:51:16 by Gargaj Gargaj
gargaj, that was so funny! me thumbs up this "prod" :)
added on the 2004-05-31 15:13:12 by ph0x ph0x
For those with modems and slow i-net connections, the ASCII text-transcribed version of ARTS Episode 4 is now available:


added on the 2004-07-03 21:43:59 by radman1 radman1
hum, I need a Petabox
added on the 2004-07-04 21:51:53 by asphyx asphyx
I think it kind of sucks.
added on the 2004-07-05 17:16:30 by superplek superplek
As far as storage goes, they have something to the tune of 700 terabytes of

Ohhh. Oh my god. [Anthem has an orgasm over the phone.]
added on the 2004-07-06 20:30:54 by radman1 radman1
reading that, i believe i can only agree with plek.
added on the 2004-07-06 23:27:11 by skrebbel skrebbel
oh, but there are so many more better reasons to agree with him than just that. :-P
added on the 2004-07-07 08:48:39 by radman1 radman1
This episode of The ARTS is now available on ARCHIVE.ORG as well, as an uncompressed 240MB WAV, 112MB Flac, and a variety of MP3 and OGG formats.

http://www.archive.org/audio/audio-details-db.php?collection=textfiles_audio& ;collectionid=arts-ep04-2004-05-27
added on the 2004-07-07 21:37:40 by radman1 radman1
yeh yeh whatever give us a new one already.
added on the 2004-07-07 22:29:03 by psenough psenough
dutch is open source german? huh? How does that statement even seem to work? :)
added on the 2004-07-08 12:20:25 by Shifter Shifter