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Way to go man! 100 episodes of Matt Chat, and all of them fantastic. The only thing I miss a little is the game reviews. It would be awesome (in my opinion) to alternate between an interview and a classic game review. I'm not suggesting you break up the interview though. I'm suggesting that after a complete series of interviews, we get a game review, and then proceed to another series of interview segments. That's just my two cents though; I've learned about some really cool vintage computer games on the channel and I'd love to see more.
Just out of curiosity, are most of your interview segments pretty much uncut now? I remember back when you interviewed John Romero, and there was an iTunes posting of the full interview since you had too much for YouTube, even when cut into segments. Do you still have too much content for YouTube, and if so, any chance you'd consider posting it on iTunes? I love listening to the Armchair Arcade podcast while driving, and I listened to the uncut Romero interview in the car as well. It would be cool to get these interviews uncut for my MP3 player.
Alternatively, I suppose I could look into methods of extracting the audio from a YouTube video. I imagine the simplest would be a cable from output to line in. It cracks me up sometimes all the money they spend on DRM technologies, when a $5 cable remains a guaranteed method of defeating any and all comers. Do you have any objection to me ripping the audio from your YouTube interviews for personal use on an MP3 player? I won't be redistributing it anywhere, I promise.
Anyway, great job Matt, the channel is just as fantastic as the day I discovered it. Scratch that, it's even better, and I'm betting it only goes up from here on out. I look forward to future episodes, and also to the upcoming Armchair Arcade podcast for May. Stay classy, Matt Chat! =D
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