Don't bug me. Dane has the day off and I've got to get TWiT 113 and The Tech Guy 388 out the door before I go home. Oh yeah, and Munchcast 7! It's been a long time since I had to burn the midnight oil editing TWiT. It really makes me appreciate Dane's help, and the TWiT donors that made Dane's salary possible! Amber was back tonight and we recorded a new net@nite. There were some technical issues during recording so the Talkshoe version won't sound so hot for the first 15-20 minutes. The podcast will be fine - that comes out on TWiT.tv Tuesday.
After recording, Amber and I talked about our grueling schedules. She pointed out that most TV shows don't go continuously. They'll end their seasons, take some time off to refresh, then come back for a new season. She suggested that maybe we should do that with netcasts, too.
I certainly would welcome some time off - but the idea of going into hiatus with our shows scares me, too. I think most people want and expect the show to be there every week. It's part of their routine. I'd be afraid that people would forget us if we took a month or so off every year (not all at once mind you, but one netcast at any given time). As listeners what do you think?