Dancing With Elephants
Life's always gonna be a three ring circus, so you might as well enjoy it.
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Dancing With Elephants is a weekly, family-oriented podcast magazine from Chicago. Hosts Greg, Tonya, Nikolai (age 8) and occasionally Caleb (age 6) discuss current events and review podcasts, books, computer games, movies, and television shows affecting today's 'trying-to-juggle-it-all' family. A couple of personal family stories and a featured Podsafe song round out the show. The way we see it: "Life's always gonna be a three ring circus, so you might as well enjoy it."
 

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Okie doke, here's the Dancing With Elephants Listener Feedbag Show for Episode 092.

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Links mention on the Feedbag Show:

Pizza Go Here
Tiny URL
Matt's 100 Items
Dr. Floyd's 2008 Summer Reading Challenge
Streaming Scores
Journey Inside My Mind Podcast
The Howling Wolves Podcast

R Barron's Chicken
2 Tbsp Lemon Juice
2 Cloves of Garlic Minced
2 Tbsp Honey
2 Tbsp Butter
Dash of Garlic Salt
2 Chicken Beast Cubed

In frying pan or skillet add all of the ingredients except for the chicken. Heat and mix and then add the chicken. Saute until done. Serve over rice or pasta.

Tina the Artist
Studio Waves
University of Advancing Technology
Pong
Can Opener

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Direct download: DWE_LF_092.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:23pm EST

This little trick allows you to Twitter websites you may come across while browsing Safari on your iPhone and not having to enter long URLs since it uses Tiny URL. And the best part is it takes only 3 clicks and no copy-paste.

The First thing you'll need is Twitterrific loaded on you iphone. The Free version works for this.

Next, you need to create the following two Javascripts as Bookmarks in Safari on the iPhone.

javascript:void(location.href='http://tiny.cc/?fullurl='+escape(location.href))
Call this one "Convert to TinyURL" or something like that.

javascript:window.location='twitterrific:///post?message='+escape(window.location)
Call this one 'Post with Twitterrific'. And there is no space between '?' and 'message'.

Now all you have to do is when you come across a link that you want to post to Twitter from your iPhone, go to your Bookmarks and click on Convert to TinyURL. This will open a new page in the process creating a TinyURL link to your original page. Click on the TinyURL and this should display the created TinyURL in the Safari address window. Now go to your Bookmarks and click on Post with Twitterrific. This will grab the TinyURL address and dump it in the Twitterrific enter text panel. Finish your post and hit send.

Category:general -- posted at: 3:28pm EST

DWE Episode 092: The iPhone On this week's episode of DWithE, we finally got our iPhones!

Items featured on this week's show:
Apple iPhone
Bristol Renaissance Faire
Legoland Discovery Center Chicago
BusySync
Zenbe
Twinkle
Twitterrific
MLB.com At Bat
Band
Diggerific
2 Across
Shazam
Evernote
Save Benjis
Spensir of And Baby Makes 5 and Jalapeno Designs
Dr. Floyd's 2008 Summer Reading Challenge

Word of the Week:
Syrupy French Toast

Podcasts featured or mentioned on this week's show:
Pizza Go Here

Help us plan our day off, check out CityofChicago.org and email or call us with your suggestions

Music featured on the show A Laptop Like You provided by Jonathan Coulton.

You can find him on the Podsafe Music Network

You can follow our adventures at the Bristol Renaissance Faire on Aug. 9, 2008 at Twitter at howlingwolves, tonwithe and rmgreg.

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Next Week: Bristol Renaissance Faire. Until then, keep an eye on the center ring.

Direct download: DWE_092.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:54am EST

Okie doke, here's the Dancing With Elephants Listener Feedbag Show for Episode 091... Once again, it's a long one.

Send your links to DWithE using delicious.com. Tag them "for:dwithe". Find out what our other listeners are linking to us at del.icio.us/dwithe.

Links mention on the Feedbag Show:

Journey Inside My Mind Podcast
Chris's Star Wars Collection
Sandtrooper
Dr. Floyd's 2008 Summer Reading Challenge
Phone Saber
Legoland Discovery Center Chicago
The Howling Wolves Podcast
Tech Talk For Families
The Morevi Podcast
Chasing the Bard
The DaddyCast
LoveHouse Radio
Pizza Go Here
Oobleck Recipe

Naught Poem:
How many knots would a Naught not knot if a Naught didn't know how to knot? He would not knot as many knots as a Naught could not knot as long as a Naught could not knot knots. But if a Naught learned to knot knots, then it would knot more knots than it could not knot before it learned to knot knots.

Attack of the Rubber Duckies!!!
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Direct download: DWE_LF_091.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:47pm EST