002 – Digital Archives (Short Talk)

UponPaganPathWelcome to the second episode of “Upon a Pagan Path”.  This particular episode will reinstitute the short-talk format that I had on “From the Edge of the Circle” – and I mean to keep it short. I will limit these particular shows to approximately thirty minutes in total length (or thereabouts). I will also use these “tweener” shows as a location for my “Spoken Word” segments, which will be back in episode 004.  This additional show will also change the timing of the show’s release dates. I will be releasing shows every two weeks – with an interview show followed by a tweener talk segment, and then another interview show after that – on a two-week schedule. For instance, episode 003 will be out in two weeks, and will be an interview show — episode 004 will be out two weeks after that, and will be a tweener segment show.

In today’s tweener show, I talk about the career path that I am moving towards – digital archives – and the ‘why’ of that choice, as well as the moment that I realized the need for such a move during my visit to Medicine Wheel in June of this last year.

The music featured in this episode is from Sharon Knight and her album “Song of the Sea”. The song is the lovely “Siren Moon”. Sharon’s music can be found at  http://www.sharonknight.net/.  Please remember to support your independent Pagan musicians and BUY their music!!


Contact Information

Email: elfster@gmail.com

Google Voice-mail: (972) 514-7315

Skype: tommyelf22

Twitter: @t_elfster

Shownotes: http://onapaganpath.wordpress.com/


Direct Download link:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/paganpath/PaganPath-002-January2014.mp3

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