Posts Tagged ‘Atomic Array’

Game Podcasting 101

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

I attended NeonCon in November 2009. This is a part of the talk Ryan Macklin and I gave as part of CreativeU. (more…)

ENnie Awards Interview

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

The ENnie Awards turn 10 years old next year. Right now, they’re running a series of interviews on the ENnie Awards blog, and were gracious enough to ask to speak with me.


Do RPG Books Answer Your Questions?

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

When picking up a new roleplaying game, I have two related questions in mind:

(1) Why is this game fun?

(2) What can I do in this game? (more…)

Gen Con Indy 2009 Redux

Monday, August 17th, 2009

albumgc09seI had a blast at Gen Con this year. It was a big show for Moonstew – Rone and I released nine episodes during the show. “The best for days in radio!”

Here’s a peak at the madness: (more…)

Your Second Chance is Now

Sunday, August 9th, 2009


If not now then when
Tracy Chapman, “If Not Now…(more…)

Atomic Array Listener Survey

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

I sent out an informal survey to some of our Atomic Array listeners. I’m still pondering what all the responses mean, but here’s the results so far:

(1) How did you hear about Atomic Array?

47%: Host mentioned it on message boards or in IRC
24%: Promotions
12%: RPG
6%: Google Search for “RPG Podcasts”
6%: Heard promo on another podcast
6%: iTunes Search

(2) What was your first episode?

40%: Episode 001 (Colonial Gothic)
13%: Episode 005 (Interface-Zero)
10%: Episode 010 (Shadows of Cthulhu)
37%: Various Others

(3) How often do you listen to the show?

13%: Once, never again
73%: Every show

(4) How do you listen to the show?

50%: Website
43%: iTunes
7%: RSS

Episode 011 (Pathfinder) is by far our favorite among our regular audience.

I also learned that some people love the rants and the CthuLou segments from Episodes 010 (Shadows of Cthulhu and CthulhuTech), but these also have a number of people that don’t care for them. The picks, on the other hand, aren’t as popular – but we didn’t receive any negative feedback on them, either.

Feedburner, Google and MyBrand

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Back when I set up my feed for Atomic Array, I took Paul Colligan’s advice and took advantage of Feedburner’s MyBrand service. (more…)