Pop GO wouldn’t be what it is today if it didn’t have the continued support of the readers. So this week, while not as ambitious as the first Reader Appreciation Week, is meant to do just that: show our appreciation to our wonderful readers out there!
To help celebrate this week, a few staff members — Calvin, Erin, Ian, Paolo and Steve — came together and recorded a special podcast this past weekend. And thanks to those of you who sent in topics, they had a lot of good things to talk about!
If your topic was chosen by a specific member and discussed by the rest of the staff members, then you will be given an awesome prize from the member who chose your topic! Did your topic get chosen? Download the podcast to find out!
And even if you didn’t send in a topic, give the podcast a listen. Very good discussions were had on it, and it’ll allow you to familiarize yourself with a few of our writers.
Hit the break to listen to Pop GO’s special R.A.W. Podcast! :)
R.A.W. Podcast (download by saving link as)
- 2:04 - Erin’s topic
- 6:53 - Ian’s topic
- 13:34 - Paolo’s topic
- 26:47 - Calvin’s topic
- 37:00 - Steve’s topic
- “Fly” by Jason Ocampo
- The Rest (via YouTube)
- My Neighbor Totoro OST - 13 The Path of Wind
- Super Metroid Theme (SNES)
- Iron Man
- Kick Ass Main Theme
- Thor soundtrack - Sons of Odin
- The Dark Knight Rises Theme [HD]
- “Murder, She Wrote” opening theme (1984)
- Hans Zimmer - “The Critic” Opening Theme Song
- 13. Carter Burwell - Adaptation Versus Immutability
- Barton Fink OST - Fade Out - The End
- R.O.D. the TV opening
- The Price is Right, Extended Theme
Post-production done by Jason.
We hoped you enjoyed our special podcast!
Any type of honest feedback, good or bad (we promise not to make it nearly as long next time), would be appreciated! At some point we’d like to create an official, regular podcast down the line and give our other members the opportunity to get their voices heard, but only if the readers want it. So please, let us know what you liked, disliked, and what we could build and improve upon in the comments below.
Thank you all once again!