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I think we've had this feature long ago in the earlier stages of EHW.  My question is, could we potentially revisit this in 2023?

 

We could start off by doing say short 15-30 minute video "hang out" podcasts where we just have membership on (that want to be a part), and we just chat tech, overclocking, tech news, whatever.  We kind of already do this on the discord server kinda regularly.  Thought it'd be neat to have an official, structured outlet that we could use to further the site's potential reach and maybe company involvement in the future.  It'd be really cool to be able to have a Q/A session for example with someone at, I don't know, Cooler Master or EVGA or any of our sponsors we've had, to allow the enthusiast buyers of their products a direct line of communication.  Not saying company reps would be a regular thing, but there's plenty of youtubers that do these kinds of things all on their own.

Maybe I'm thinking about this too late in the video podcast game?  Idk, just shooting ideas off as I'm sitting here watching tech youtubers and thinking....we could do this, and we could do it better. -_-  Personally, I think if pulled off just right, it could potentially benefit not only EHW, but it could also potentially benefit any companies that came on with us too.  Who knows how to improve tech products better than the tech communities, modders, and overclockers?

Maybe we're also not quite there yet with EHW.  Maybe we'll never go there?  Idk.....again, was just a random idea. 🙂

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4 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

I think we've had this feature long ago in the earlier stages of EHW.  My question is, could we potentially revisit this in 2023?

 

We could start off by doing say short 15-30 minute video "hang out" podcasts where we just have membership on (that want to be a part), and we just chat tech, overclocking, tech news, whatever.  We kind of already do this on the discord server kinda regularly.  Thought it'd be neat to have an official, structured outlet that we could use to further the site's potential reach and maybe company involvement in the future.  It'd be really cool to be able to have a Q/A session for example with someone at, I don't know, Cooler Master or EVGA or any of our sponsors we've had, to allow the enthusiast buyers of their products a direct line of communication.  Not saying company reps would be a regular thing, but there's plenty of youtubers that do these kinds of things all on their own.

Maybe I'm thinking about this too late in the video podcast game?  Idk, just shooting ideas off as I'm sitting here watching tech youtubers and thinking....we could do this, and we could do it better. -_-  Personally, I think if pulled off just right, it could potentially benefit not only EHW, but it could also potentially benefit any companies that came on with us too.  Who knows how to improve tech products better than the tech communities, modders, and overclockers?

Maybe we're also not quite there yet with EHW.  Maybe we'll never go there?  Idk.....again, was just a random idea. 🙂

Iv'e been bugging @Simmonsabout this for quite sometime now. I also think this would benefit the site, but it would have to have a structure (For people to know if they want to hear our ramblings) and we would have to clean up our language (as per our normal discord convos).

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Happy to revisit this. The Old Podcasts were great and really enjoyable. It ultimately only stopped due to people's availability. So if people's availability has opened up or there are others willing to step up, im all for it. 

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6 hours ago, Avacado said:

Iv'e been bugging @Simmonsabout this for quite sometime now. I also think this would benefit the site, but it would have to have a structure (For people to know if they want to hear our ramblings) and we would have to clean up our language (as per our normal discord convos).

Oh of course structure would be required and cleaned up language.  We could of course use editing tools to correct any slip ups in language anyway, that's not that hard at all.  I've done that in the past, and it'd be super easy to do it again, so I could easily go through and clean up audio before its uploaded.

 

I just thought it'd be a fun, regular thing we could start doing since we do it anyway.  And with the structure in place, and some good podcasts uploaded, I figured we could try reaching out to company vendors, maybe eventually youtubers or something?  IDK, just tossing ideas out there.

Glad I'm not the only one thinking that'd be a neat addition (again).  🙂

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28 minutes ago, pioneerisloud said:

Oh of course structure would be required and cleaned up language.  We could of course use editing tools to correct any slip ups in language anyway, that's not that hard at all.  I've done that in the past, and it'd be super easy to do it again, so I could easily go through and clean up audio before its uploaded.

 

I just thought it'd be a fun, regular thing we could start doing since we do it anyway.  And with the structure in place, and some good podcasts uploaded, I figured we could try reaching out to company vendors, maybe eventually youtubers or something?  IDK, just tossing ideas out there.

Glad I'm not the only one thinking that'd be a neat addition (again).  🙂

I would be more than willing to reach out to our vendors to see if any would like to participate, though, setting up a podcast during normal business hours might be tough. 

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I would be more than willing to reach out to our vendors to see if any would like to participate, though, setting up a podcast during normal business hours might be tough. 

I'd say get a few (new episodes) under our belts first, but yeah that was kinda my idea. 🙂 

We could always record the show during the day, have time to edit, and then upload it later in the evening (or next day).

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We previously did then Sunday Nights EST and had guests on like Level1Tech Wendell.  Most of the hosts just had lots of other things come up in life and it died off.

 

 

I would be happy to be party of these again to discuss weekly tech topics, especially ones that didn't get lots of coverage, or are hot topics on our own forum.

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We previously did then Sunday Nights EST and had guests on like Level1Tech Wendell.  Most of the hosts just had lots of other things come up in life and it died off.

 

 

I would be happy to be party of these again to discuss weekly tech topics, especially ones that didn't get lots of coverage, or are hot topics on our own forum.

I'd also be happy to participate (obviously).  Can also submit my audio editing skills if needed (I don't know video editing but I can try).  I don't think I'd be any good at making the intro and outro screens, photoshop / creativity kinda edits.  But I could probably blend scenes together, cut out bad scenes if needed, things like that.

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2 minutes ago, pioneerisloud said:

I'd also be happy to participate (obviously).  Can also submit my audio editing skills if needed (I don't know video editing but I can try).  I don't think I'd be any good at making the intro and outro screens, photoshop / creativity kinda edits.  But I could probably blend scenes together, cut out bad scenes if needed, things like that.

 

Previously we were audio only, the YouTube cut just got a single graphic edit with a bunch of images depicting the topics we ended up discussing and the date.

 

For the most part, we had about 6 Podcast hosts who would add to a single Google Doc all week, spend Sunday afternoon widdling out the bad quality ones and let each host add some of their commentary to the notes so we have a rough idea where everyone stands before we start discussing as well.

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Previously we were audio only, the YouTube cut just got a single graphic edit with a bunch of images depicting the topics we ended up discussing and the date.

 

For the most part, we had about 6 Podcast hosts who would add to a single Google Doc all week, spend Sunday afternoon widdling out the bad quality ones and let each host add some of their commentary to the notes so we have a rough idea where everyone stands before we start discussing as well.

Audio only is fine, I was just thinking video might bring in more "hits" on the videos is all.  I'm just sitting here, remembering a time on discord when we were dared to bust motherboards in half, and Bastiaan and I did so, very proudly.....🙃  Things like that, won't get caught if audio only.  Audio only would be easier, yes.  IDK, up to everyone involved of course.  I certainly wouldn't REQUIRE any actual "guests" to be on video if they didn't want to.  If somebody didn't want to be on video, we could substitute a filler photo in place, or they can have a camera on pointed at something that's interesting around them (like Jan does with his room sometimes).

The organization, yeah I've noticed we tend to utilize google docs a lot.  That's certainly an easy way we could organize these things.  Just throwing ideas out there, seeing what all sticks.  E's got me involved in this site now, and now I want to see it take off and be OCN v2.0. 😛  

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This is mostly down to @Simmons as he is the one who did most of the work.

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On 10/04/2023 at 19:01, Andrew said:

This is mostly down to @Simmons as he is the one who did most of the work.

Do we know what his status is at the moment, admittedly I have not caught up with him lately. Depending on his schedule, I would like to see if he is still up for the Podcast.

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On 10/04/2023 at 14:01, Andrew said:

This is mostly down to @Simmons as he is the one who did most of the work.

 

4 hours ago, ENTERPRISE said:

Do we know what his status is at the moment, admittedly I have not caught up with him lately. Depending on his schedule, I would like to see if he is still up for the Podcast.

 

Hey sorry for the radio silence again recently, just got started with the new job, and finally getting settled in my new location.  Definitely still interested in kicking things off again.

 

On 10/04/2023 at 01:48, pioneerisloud said:

I think we've had this feature long ago in the earlier stages of EHW.  My question is, could we potentially revisit this in 2023?

 

We could start off by doing say short 15-30 minute video "hang out" podcasts where we just have membership on (that want to be a part), and we just chat tech, overclocking, tech news, whatever.  We kind of already do this on the discord server kinda regularly.  Thought it'd be neat to have an official, structured outlet that we could use to further the site's potential reach and maybe company involvement in the future.  It'd be really cool to be able to have a Q/A session for example with someone at, I don't know, Cooler Master or EVGA or any of our sponsors we've had, to allow the enthusiast buyers of their products a direct line of communication.  Not saying company reps would be a regular thing, but there's plenty of youtubers that do these kinds of things all on their own.

Maybe I'm thinking about this too late in the video podcast game?  Idk, just shooting ideas off as I'm sitting here watching tech youtubers and thinking....we could do this, and we could do it better. -_-  Personally, I think if pulled off just right, it could potentially benefit not only EHW, but it could also potentially benefit any companies that came on with us too.  Who knows how to improve tech products better than the tech communities, modders, and overclockers?

Maybe we're also not quite there yet with EHW.  Maybe we'll never go there?  Idk.....again, was just a random idea. 🙂

 

There are some specific details regarding the podcast that we should probably have in a private discussion, but I am definitely willing to get it going again! 

 

I elected to switch over to the livestreamed podcast at some point, as my favorite part of the old OCN podcast was joining the voice chat in the old teamspeak, and live contributing to the conversation as a viewer.  I would absolutely be willing to entertaining recording the podcast in a live setting again, and setting some baseline guidelines for how the hosts handle the conversations.  The Q/A suggestion is also a fantastic one.

 

For now, I will reach out to a couple folks privately to work out some details, and will provide an update here once we work a couple things out.

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