1. We talk about gambling, people posting atrocity photos daily on social networks, coincidence and randomness and hate on a few new TV shows. We like The Bridge and Rectify, by the way.

  2. Kickstarter disappointments, the disadvantages of crowdfunding when used by established, large corporations.
    Are men different from women in maturity? That’s part of what James and Randy try to resolve with guest Cindy Barraford and Andy Smith.

  3. Prisoners of war, prisoners of the heart. As usual, a wandering discussion of things human, passing through love, death, and judging people in situations where you have never been.

  4. Our guest is a Ukrainian software engineer working in Moscow. We ask about her perception of the two countries and their people(s). The “forlorn” part of the title comes from the difficulty we had with audio and Internet interruptions.

  5. There seems to be a wide and general feeling of entitlement out there today. Are we getting more selfish with each passing year? How about some empathy for others?

  6. We talk about finding ways to recycle unused things, fixing others and not grinding up a perfectly good cell phone to win a free one. Appliances we manufacture now are not usually repairable, unless you can do it yourself. Craig’s List and cheapskates, barter and thrift shops.

  7. The two regulars and guest Ayoub Khote author of “Wolf Dreams” and other books, discuss the situation of publishing in magazines, books and on line.

  8. Write or Wrong: Creating and Publishing
Coming May 12th at 09:30 UTC
A live edition, Episode 20 of our Leave the Bottle Podcast, with James Barraford, Ayoub Khote and Randy Resnick. We’ll be informally discussing writing, both online and print, for pay and not, Kindle, Fire or dead trees.
 
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    Write or Wrong: Creating and Publishing

    Coming May 12th at 09:30 UTC

    A live edition, Episode 20 of our Leave the Bottle Podcast, with James BarrafordAyoub Khote and Randy Resnick. We’ll be informally discussing writing, both online and print, for pay and not, Kindle, Fire or dead trees.

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