This Saturday marks a very important milestone for Nerd Fu. Steve and I will host a small group of dedicated fans & friends as we record our 100th podcast. That’s right ONE HUNDRED.
For the event, we’ve decided to change things up a bit and spend time talking about what we’ve done, where we are and where we’re going. There will also be a fair amount of beer, laughs and nerdy shenanigans.
As we’ve done since the very beginning, we want to include our followers in that fun. We don’t have a big enough venue or budget to host you all, but we do have the power of the internet and, we hope, the imagination of our fans. So, we turn to you for a little help with the following:
THE GAME THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED…. UNTIL #NerdFu100
We’re gonna play a game during the podcast and we need some input. Think Cards Against Humanity, but with a totally nerdy theme. There are black cards (questions or fill in the blank) and white cards (answers, words, phrases). Put on your thinking cap and send us some suggestions for each.
Submit your ideas via Twitter and use the hashtag #NerdFu100 so we can find your suggestions. The wilder and crazier the better. (we know we’ll regret that)
SEND US A MESSAGE
Again, we want to feature you on the podcast. We would LOVE to hear from all of you about how you enjoy the podcast, your favorite moment(s), something we got you hooked on, any great advice we shared, how we got you hooked on podcasts…… Whatever it is, we wanna hear it and there are two ways you can send in your comments:
- Leave us a voice message – Check out that orange bar on the right-hand side of our website. Right there, where it says “Record a Message.” Click the button and follow the instructions to leave us a voice mail.
Try to keep answers limited to about 60-90 seconds and don’t forget to tell us who you are, where you’re calling in from and keep it concise. We might just use it on the podcast.
- Tweet us – Send in a tweet with the hashtag #NerdFu100 and tell us something. See the voice message section (above) for ideas. Again, if we like it, we might use it on the podcast.