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Monday, November 29, 2010

BGTG 111 - Post BGGcon (with Greg Pettit) [second try]



I'm posting this show again to get the correct version in the RSS/iTunes feed. (An earlier posting of this show erroneously copied an earlier episode.) Sorry for the trouble.

-Mark

10 Comments:

Anonymous Arek said...

Another great show. Thanks.

Arek

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i Mark,
would be great to hear about your current top 10 on the show.
checked your top 10 on bgg and could not remember that you mentioned
ever mentioned Ausgebremst?
cheers
Peter F

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi.
Here's a tip for you.

I would suggest using Google Voice if you need a new call-in number. It's free, it dosn't expire, and you can get a number in any area code you'd like--so you can probably get a number that has some relevance to the podcast. I've been using it for a few years and it works great. you can set it up to work only as an answering machine.

Keep up the good work.
-Andrew

4:59 PM  
Blogger Mark Johnson said...

Andrew, I think you're right. In fact, I already had a Google Voice account, and gave it out to Mark Jackson so he could help me test it as a BGTG call-in line. The number is (661) 513-3520, which I'm about to put on the main website. I'll also start including that number at the end of my podcasts.

Peter, I did cover that Top Ten of mine--including Ausgebremst--but it's been so long that I should consider redoing it.

-Mark

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Bill S said...

Hi Mark,

Great show - I thought Greg did a great job of giving us a taste of those BGGcon games in just a few mins per game.

Also, I loved the show about Easy Play Games. You might get a laugh from this: when I saw the podcast was nearly two hours, I decided the show was getting too long, and that I would unsubscribe after listening to this last one. But it was so well done and got me so interested in those games, I decided to post a THANK YOU instead.

Bill S

7:46 PM  
Anonymous Dave Arnott said...

Awesome, Bill.

Oh... and NEVER DOUBT US AGAIN!!!!

(the views of Dave Arnott do necessarily reflect those of Mark Johnson nor Boardgames to Go)

2:09 AM  
Anonymous Dave Arnott said...

LOL, do NOT necessarily reflect. Sheesh. Nice job, Dave, killing your own gag.

2:10 AM  
Anonymous Daniel Brown said...

Mark, I wanted to let you know there is a new Easy Play game coming out this month. It is called Top & Down. Here is the link to BGG

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/89915/top-down

8:03 PM  
Blogger Mark Johnson said...

Thanks, Daniel. Looks pretty cool!

7:49 AM  
Anonymous David G. said...

This has been my favourite BGTG podcast. I am tempted to trawl the catalogue looking fro more ones with Greg in as he really did a great job here. Keep 'em coming!

6:02 PM  

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