PRT 008 – Scrapbooking Tools and…Lain, Are You There?

You can use this audio player to listen to the show:

You need Adobe Flash Player to view this video.

If you want, you can also right click this link to save the show to your computer manually.

Did you know that when you subscribe in iTunes (which is free), you’re helping support Paperclipping Roundtable? It’s true. iTunes measures every subscription, so it’s like casting a “vote” for the show. It helps us move up the ranks and helps us grow the audience.

iTunes is free. Subscribing is free, so why not use it to download the show? Subscribe in iTunes (iTunes link) right now so your computer will automatically download each new episode as they become available. (If you don’t know how to do that, you can watch a video here that shows you how.)

The Panel

Product Picks

Lots to post. Watch this area for updates soon…

The Contest

We announced in the show that we’re starting a contest. The prize is a chance for you to be on the Paperclipping Roundtable as a guest panelist. Wouldn’t that be fun?

Here’s how to enter (this is available to anyone):

  1. Write your own opinion about a topic we’ve discussed in any episode of the Paperclipping Roundtable and post it online somewhere. This could be on your blog or in a forum. (Make sure you link back to the Papercliping Roundtable episode that had the topic you’re discussing to ensure you qualify.) Note: while we like reading reviews about the show help us to improve it, we are not looking for reviews of the show for this contest.
  2. Add a comment on this blog post letting us know you wrote about the Roundtable, and include a link to what you wrote — so we can see it.
  3. Wait for us to select our favorite reviews and choose someone to be on the show.

It’s that easy. We can’t wait to read what you write. And we’re thrilled to have one of you on the show with us!

Do you have feedback for us? Any comments or questions? Leave them in the comments for this post… We’d love to hear what you think!

  • Rachel

    oops I posted this twice. Sorry. my mistake. I can't figure out how to delete one of them.

  • Heather

    Love the podcasts! very thought provoking! I've listened to 4 podcasts and I found a theme of “not getting stuff done” from all of them. I've seen this thought alot with folks that I know in real life. It got me thinking about what things prevent us from scrapping after hearing y'all discuss it.

  • I know this is a little late, but mine is on my blog. Here's the link:

  • Great topic suggestion! I'll put it on our list. Thank you!

  • This is good feedback and something we've kept in mind but it's hard to do. One of our most important features of the show is that it be naturally conversational and it just isn't in any way natural to identify yourself before you talk in a normal conversation. We also feel that it's important, though, for people to know who is talking. So it's definitely something we've been talking about.

    Angie Lucas has always been really good at doing that whenever she's been on. And we did it quite a bit during CHA. It was on our minds more during that episode b/c there were so many of us and it was kind of a joke to try and get our names in there. :)

    Thanks for the reminder to keep working on that, Darcy!

  • Pingback: Insider vs. Outsider()

  • Extremely late, but here nonetheless! My hopefully thoughtful commentary on allowing non-industry scrappers into CHA.

  • keishahd

    Oh no! I am so super late, but I thought I'd join in anyway, just in case. Maybe you'll just think I'm so awesome that you want me on the show! :)

    By the way, I love your show, it's so great to have a podcast about scrapbooking!


  • keishahd

    Thanks for your comment Noell! Maybe next time. ;)

  • Andrea M

    Just listened to this episode (I'm a digiscrapper and didn't start listening until the digi show started, but find I get almost as much out of this one as the digi). I just wanted to say, that unless you want to spend hours upon hours reorganizing your files after a hard drive failure, use Mozy. Mozy promised to delete after 30 days any file that wasn't still on your computer when it did it's backup…. it didn't. I had also rearranged (like I said I'm a digiscrapper) my scrapbooking products, and I had duplicates of just about everything. I spent many many hours trying to get it reorganized. After I did, I found out that my new hard drive doesn't like mozy, and won't backup to them. It was very frustrating. I dropped Mozy, and now have an external (and am working on my CD backups, like Izzy suggested).