Their fans were very excited but it seemed that the show was going awry from the start because too many people were talking at once.
There were a lot of complaints on Twitter, too, that reinforced this impression. However, I just listened to the first 20 minutes and for the most part it seems like a real conversation. Maybe the disaster happens later; I don't know.
I know enjoyed the last half hour of the show while it was going. There's a long aftershow, too, in which they slay me as usual.
Another big surprise was the sound. It's pretty good even though it didn't seem so while we were live.
Of course Amy Ala criticized me for not talking about the topics she suggested last week.
She did send me an email saying that they could talk about resumes and stuff like that. I asked for more detail but she's too strategic to go granular so I read their blogs and asked questions about things they were obviously interested in -- but that didn't please her.
And I seem to remember offering to let her take over and talk about whatever she wanted -- but I guess that doesn't count.
She was mad at me for the questions I asked last time @HR_Nasty was on and she was mad at me last time she was on for ending the conversation too soon. But, hey, we're bound to hate the people we like to hang around with aren't we because they have the opportunity to offend. So I see it as a compliment.
You can see what the listeners were saying in the Twitter comments on Storify.
And here's a good discussion about the show on Facebook
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