2016-06-16 (Th) 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone

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Episode two of 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone was recorded with Tim Shank. Brainstorming and outlining was done differently than the previous episode. Instead of carefully planning out the outline ahead of time we simply chatted about it in a chat log. This had the advantage of being spontaneous but still allowing us to go back and add necessary details. Once we had mentioned everything we wanted the log was dissected and scrutinized to make an outline which followed a logical path and would help a novice follow along while still giving us room to improvise. Nothing in the episode was scripted except for a Wikipedia definition which was read verbatim.

Recording went smoothly but started a little late due to some minor technical problems. The session went longer than the first episode and a high percentage of the audio should be usable. Editing for both episodes needed to be done.

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