“Putting the ‘Fun’ in ‘Federal Regulatory Consultation Specializing in Technical and Administrative Services in Connection with the Universal Service Program for Schools and Libraries'”

Undoubtedly this is the funniest on hold message we’ve ever been lucky enough to produce. Our friends at Third Degree Advertising wrote this script and we consider it to be audio goodness of the highest caliber. Highlights include: “Webinars,” “clip on ties,” and an amazingly un-francophonic definition of “double-entendre.” Listen to “Putting the ‘Fun’ In[…]

What’s In A Name?

In case you were wondering, there is an actual canine named Lucky in our life. He’s small and scrappy and sometimes he comes and hangs out in the studio. He likes to bark and he has a very funny walk. Actually it’s a prance. As for breed, he’s a mix: part terrier and part polecat.[…]

The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks

It is ‘difficult” for me to fully “elucidate” how much I “enjoy” the “Blog” of “Unneccessary” Quotation Marks, even though recent posts haven’t been as “entertaining” as previous others (i.e. “congrats,” “over there on the sloppy pile,” “Actually Boring,” “no, really, we voted,” or “or ‘donate’”). Thanks “little” brother!

Fugue Filter

Wanna write a fugue? Well, here’s a little anatomy lesson. Don’t worry. No need to be intimidated by all that technical jargon. With the modern day wonders of the internets (read YouTube), you can learn how to fugue from either Glenn Gould or Danny Pi. Next question: what’s your theme? Don’t know? Need a little[…]