Saturday, June 11, 2011

Episode 3: Welcome, Pidgeotto and Caterpie! (Revised!)

Inside the Viridian Forest, Ash is set to catch some Pokemon.  Let's see how his "not weakening it first" strategy is working for him...(Redone!  This episode was lost, and since I have not the means or know-how to recover it, I re-recorded the whole thing.  How does it compare?  How does it feel to hear a voice from the future?)

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13 comments:

  1. Satoshi's PikachuNovember 14, 2016 at 4:30 PM

    Hi, Anne. I saw the following mesage on your twitter: "I would like to apologize for my evil twin who crashed the podcast and talked all over me. So rude. It's fixed now"

    However, I think this episode (episode 3) is still down. Would you check it, please?

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    1. So, I contacted my hosting provider over some of the earlier episodes you told me weren't working, and in the process of troubleshooting, now my entire backcatalogue no longer redirects properly. Only the most recent two episodes register as uploaded. So that's the situation.
      I and their customer service department are trying to get to the bottom of this and restore normality as quickly as possible. I know it's probably frustrating, since you only just found the site. I may have to move everything over to a new hosting provider and even re-record older episodes if podbean can't figure out what they did to my files. But trust me, I'm working as fast as I can and I'll get things back on track as soon as possible.

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  2. Satoshi's PikachuNovember 16, 2016 at 5:18 PM

    No problem, Anne. Except for episodes "3", "15" e Movie 2", I have downloaded all of yours podcasts. So, if you want, I can store them on Google Drive and pass them out to you. If I do that, I think that will save you a lot of work. So, let me know if you are interested.

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    1. Bless you! Yes, if you could just hang on to those files for a while, that would be great! I'm hoping that Podbean can get their act together, but if not, you're timing is perfect!

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  3. You can count on me. Also, if you are still having difficulties in finding Pokémon's episodes in japanese, I know where you could find them. The only problem is that the subtitles are in brazilian's portuguese.

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    1. Thanks! I just heard back from Podbean... they're lost for good. So whenever you have a chance, I'll take those files you have and start getting things back on track here. Thank you so much!
      As for those japanese episodes, I've found a few spots over the years, but if you want to share the link in the comments, go for it!

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    2. I'll upload them, as quick as possible. When I'm finished, I'll post the download link on the comments

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    3. Upload completed! Check your e-mail, I put the download links there. =)

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    5. One suggestion: besides the listening link, you could also have a download link on each post. In another words, you could get each Media Fire's individual download link from the folder that I emailed you and put it on its respective blog's post. I think that, if you do that, people could download the episodes in a much easier way.

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    6. Yeah? I'll give that a shot, then.

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