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Help Podcaster Tee Morris

Tee Morris, creator of the Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy podcast (now on indefinite hiatus, but go listen if you do any kind of writing at all) and co-author of Podcasting for Dummies and Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies, has just lost his beloved wife Natalie. She was only 45. It was totally unexpected, and Tee is left with his young daughter, Sonic Boom, the chaos any sudden death brings, and unimaginable grief.

His fellow writer and podcaster Philippa Ballantine started a “Chip In” fund to help Tee through this difficult time. I’ve made a contribution and encourage you to do the same if you’ve ever listened to Tee, read his books, or followed him on Twitter.

Goddess be with you, Tee. And Natalie, whom I never met: Sit tibi levis terra.

Anti-Social Media Services: Report from the Asylum 20

For FIR 507, December 7, 2009


This is ”˜Professor’ Goetsch reporting from the Spectacular San Francisco Bay Area offices of the Podcast Asylum.

I’m sure everyone who listens to FIR gets e-mail advertising social media webinars, trainings, and other services. Ragan Communications is hardly alone in sending invitations to these events, though I think they may be the most prolific.

But a few days before Thanksgiving, I received a message that provoked more than the usual “Oh, look! Someone wants to charge me money to tell me what I already know.” In fact, it disturbed me so much that I felt I had to share it here, even though the person who sent it is someone I know”–and used to respect. Continue reading