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May. 29th, 2011

More Podfic

So, I had a goal to be in the top 15 of [community profile] amplificathon this year. I knew winning the whole thing was beyond my reach, not with people racking in more than a thousand points (I'm looking at you [ profile] diane_mckay). Doing crossovers and rare fandoms however is a great way to bring in extra points. I have an Old Spice crossover extravaganza podfic that's currently under 30 minutes but is worth about 100 points. :P

This afternoon while waiting for Undercover to upload, I recorded a couple short crossover fics and here they are.

Title: Untitled by [personal profile] xparrot
Reader: [personal profile] paraka
Fandom: Numb3rs/Doctor Who Crossover
Pairing: Gen
Length: 0:01:40
Links: MP3 ||| M4B

Summary: The first day Donna temped at the physics department office, Larry suspected he'd caught her at a bad time. The second day he discovered they had irreconcilable viewpoints in time-management philosophy.

Title: Vacation Destination by [ profile] krono999
Fandom: Supernatural/Highlander Crossover
Pairing: Gen
Length: 0:02:41
Links: MP3 ||| M4B

Summary: Bora Bora was very nice this time of year. Carthage, Missouri? Not so much. Especially when you're not dressed for it.

Title: Out There by [personal profile] jerakeen
Reader: [personal profile] paraka
Fandom: American Idol S8 RPF/X-Files/Doctor Who Crossover
Pairing: Adam/Kris
Length: 0:14:41
Links: MP3 ||| M4B

Summary: "They're out there," Neil tells him, pointing to his the truth is out there poster.

Nov. 6th, 2009

Dear Lord

Once, just once, I would like for news of a shows cancellation to not be met with internet petitions and letter writing campaigns.

I know, I know, I've participated in them as well but the fact that every time a show is cancelled, no matter how long the run, or how ready it is to go, that people get all up in arms and try and stop it, well, it gets a little tiring.

Numb3rs has had 6 seasons. That a lot. The only show that I've watched that has had more was SG-1 and I watched the whole thing within a year and wasn't fannish about it, so I tend not to count it.

It's just, you'd think that the more campaigns of this kind that go on, the less weight they carry with them each time they happen. Can we not save our efforts for the great shows that are killed before their time and actually have a chance of succeeding (I loved SGA and Terminator to pieces but while I may have raged against their untimely cancellation, I never participated in the campaigns to keep them, since I knew TPTB were not going to listen no matter what).

Jun. 1st, 2009

Insomniatic Thoughts

So, since I spent a lot of time in bed last night not sleeping my thoughts ended up turning where they seem to spend most of their time these days: Terminator.

Some late night plot bunnies )