Greetings and salutations, faithful Starship Moonhawk Presents listeners, I know it is been a couple of weeks since I have done any personal insights for the website, but there were more pressing matter to attend to. Namely helping to make sure that the back half of the season was filled with guests, a process I hope to share some insight to a little down the line on the website.

At any rate, now that the principle foundations have been lain down, I now find my self with some free time in order to write some articles, for that is one of the major points of this website, kind of like DVD Extras for the show. Anyway, I realize that we are still a young show, with nary two seasons or even a full year to our humble name as of yet, but that will change with time.

Even with such a short time frame under our belts I and the other makers of this podcast have learned much and it is the intention of this column series to share in the making of a weekly broadcast from the point of view of one its co-creators, to detail some of the trials and tribulations, successes and failures, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.

Anyway, join me next time as I start the series proper off by discussing the heretofore greatest obstacle the show faces on a continual basis, the failure of technology and how it effects our broadcasts and how it has helped change and upgrade our show.

How bad does it get? Well, that has a very simple but firm answer, our technology problems got so bad at one point we lost an entire show out of it, leading to a radical redesign of how we output the show. See all of you next time