Monthly Archives: April 2010


Been a bit since my last post — nose to the grindstone and all. I’m breaking one of my personally blogging rules (don’t post on a weekend), because I had a quick thought[1]. Some of you who follow me on Twitter or Facebook see I occasionally do #HappinessIs posts. This is something I did on

The Blogger’s New Clothes

If you’re reading this off of my site rather than Google reader or something, you might notice a little something different today. I finally have a proper look to my site, rather than one of the cookie-cutter WordPress themes out there. Check it out and feel free to leave comments. If you like the design,

Knowing Your Limitations

Some days, I am reminded of the words of Saint Eastwood, in his guise as the Avatar Callahan: A man’s got to know his limitations. Other days, I am reminded of a saying that Paul Tevis told me years ago: When you argue for your limitations, you get to keep them. At a glance, these

Drinking from the Fire Hose

Fred Hicks mentioned on his blog a bit about his stepping down as IPR’s customer service guy, and me stepping in. I’ve been IPR’s General Manager[1] since September of last year. The entire time, I’ve characterized it as drinking from a fire hose. Just as I’m starting to get comfortable with my role as Brennan’s

Round One on Podcast Production

(No, this is not an April Fool’s Day joke. Or it’s the world’s most boring one.) The other day, I was showing my business manager, Justin Smith, how I go about producing an episode of The Voice of the Revolution. We started talking at around 7pm as I did my pre-post-production (what I call it

Irving Batman: Geriatric Crusader

Oh my god you guys! You won’t believe this, but yesterday we finalized the contract for Tomorrow the World! Games to produce the RPG for the hit new live-action web comic, Irving Batman: Geriatric Crusader. It will be very faithful to the original material, and not some uninspired piece of churned out crap like The