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Wait, What? 26.1: Catch Us if You Can

Jeff Lester


So, yeah. iTunes. It’ll be interesting to see what happens with iTunes and podcasts.  As you know, iTunes has been slower and slower to update our podcast, requiring some of us to resort to the B.D. Montgomery method (and god bless you, B.D. for both coming up with the solution and for never saying boo when we all started using your name —if you wanna send me your snail mail addy to my e acct of pig DOOT latin ART gmail DOOT com, I’ll try to send something your way as thanks) to get iTunes to find the path.

So. Unless I thoroughly and permanently befouled the RSS feed as iTunes reads it, this may not be my fault–everything I can find online seems consistent that iTunes is taking a longer and longer time to update its feed.  And, in fact, last night, when I uploaded this podcast, the URL I put in to manually ping iTunes to update the feed no longer seems to work at all.  All of which is to say:  there may be some slight delays in getting this sucker to you but we’ll keep working on it.

Like, right now for example!  I waited to post this until ep. 26.1 showed up in iTunes and it is there.  If you have troubles finding it, the B.D. Montgomery method should work, as well as the right clicking update.  There may be a delay for the UK or International accounts, I’m not sure.

But!  If you want to hear Graeme and I talk about Siege, Dark Avengers, Lex Luthor, Flashpoint and Hot Pursuit, Joe Staton, Don Heck, and the webcomics Bucko by Jeff Parker and Erika Moen and Gingerbread Girl by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover?  You should be able to do so, either there or right here, right now:

Wait, What? Ep. 26.1: Catch Us if You Can

You may note the return of the “.1” in our ep title–we gabbed so much last week that we decided to cut it into two parts.  So there’ll be another update in a day or two!  (Or three, maybe, but really probably two…)

We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening, and a big thanks to everyone who continue to chime in in the always-read, always-appreciated comments!

8 Responses to “ Wait, What? 26.1: Catch Us if You Can ”

  1. This totally downloaded for me without any issue. Maybe you need to wait posting here until it shows up on itunes? Who knows, either way, it worked, and if it hadn’t, there’s always the Montgomery method. :)

    Looking forward to listening to it tomorrow.

  2. I had to Montgomery it, but it updated fine after that. In fact, I just discovered I don’t even have to start a download of the file, I just have to open up http://theworkingdraft.com/ in my browser and suddenly Itunes will recognize the feed. Seems to be some weird DNS issue. Itunes must use a different look-up server than browsers do, unless a browser has recently looked up the same URL.

  3. BobH:
    “I had to Montgomery it, but it updated fine after that.”

    Now we’re using his name as a verb?


    That said, I’m with Murray – this episode loaded fine.
    But, I’ve still had to use it for the Wake What edition (which I’ve been forgetting to Montgomery), so the latest works in a way the older one’s still don’t.
    (It’s like itunes saw that Jeff was passing the buck to them on this one, and wanted some revenge).

  4. We all know that the “.1” is a much-needed jumping-on point for the discriminating podcast listener. Finally, we get to enjoy Jeff and Graeme without being mired in years of complicated continuity.

    I eagerly await “Ultimate Wait, What?,” which will bring us our favorite critics in a streamlined, fresh format. There will be crucial differences to keep long-time fans on their toes: Ultimate Alan Moore wrote a career-defining run on Fantastic Four, and Ultimate Matt Fraction harbors mother issues.

  5. I’m just now listening to 25.1, I just wanted to let you know that it looks like the Decoded 2012 episode is available on youtube, for now.


  6. Nice–if you follow Mike Walker’s YouTube link above, you’ll find the poster seems to have *all* the Decoded eps up on his channel. It seems to be a hub for all the batshit crazy Infowars/Alex Jones/Truther religious fanatics. The comments from the crazies calling Meltzer “disinformation” is even funnier than Decoded is!

  7. Flashpoint… all those crossovers don’t bother me all that much. I figure you’ll be able to pick up the ones that you want and ignore the others and it won’t really matter a whit to the main story.

    Don Heck and Joe Staton… there’s absolutely NO comparison. Heck is great! Especially with the real life secret identity stuff as you say, but I kinda like his super hero stuff too. Flash, JLA… he may not have been at his prime, but he is one of the first artists whose style I was able to recognize.

    Staton… I still get shivers whenever I look at his runs on Legion or All- Star Comics. Ugh. Not my cuppa at all.

  8. Yeah, okay, I reckon you were both pretty fair about Dazzlin’ Don Heck.

    His Iron Man stuff has greatness in it but, yes, he’s clearly better at the ‘real’ stuff and just seems a bit lost when he has to segue into the fights and tights. I was just looking at some old timey JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY and, again, his everyday stuff just sings. Even his Mister Hyde is great, particularly his cloak. The folds in that thing are just black slabs of awesome craft. Sigh. Remember when people could draw clothes properly? His Thor looks pretty goofy though. Which isn’t ideal, I guess. Rambled on there again, huh. Still a little more love for Diamond Don Heck can’t be a bad thing in this crazy old world.

    Also: I liked Jeff’s mammoth sigh of bewildered disappointment bestest. Good sighing, sir.

    As ever thanks to the both of you!

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