I would like to apologize in advance for this episode of the podcast. Due to some technical troubles the audio quality on this episode of the podcast is shoddy at best. Let me explain:
We members of the GeekRoundTable broadcast from a secret lunar base hidden deep under the surface of the Moon. We call it Moon Base Alpha Beta. It is our hidden Fortress Of Geekitude. Anyways, during the recording of this podcast there were several large solar flares that interfered with our recording equipment. Also, the laptop we record to wasn't properly plugged in to the recording hardware, but we think this only contributed to the bad recording quality to a very small degree. It was totally the fault of solar flares.
Regardless, as the newly appointed recorder of the podcast, I take full responsibility for the poorness of this podcast. It is on my head that the blame should fall. We had considered scrapping the podcast entirely, but there are some moments on here that are truly worth listening to which simply would not have been able to be repeated. Therefore, the decision was made to try to clean up the podcast as much as possible and to give it to you anyways. I hope that some of you at least will make the effort to give it a listen.
On the plus side, the technical errors were fixed for the second podcast we recorded on this day, and that will be posted here on the site very soon for your listening pleasure. I can guarantee you that the recording quality of that show will be back to its former glory.
So hold tight true believers, we will have more for you soon.
- Patrick Roach (crappy sound engineer extraordinaire)