Wonder what happened to the plans for these summaries. :) Admittedly I have a few podcasts to go through between this and the newest yet, but it seems like focus really changed from stats to interviews. I do love those stats... though interviews are great too. Interesting to know what a fraction of content's A-rated too (also thought that was WAY higher - curious if it's risen since).
The B side was a fun ride too. :) Actually didn't know the classic we all know was his second attempt at submitting it. Still learning things.
Listened to this earlier today and I'm probably forgetting about some other things I'd have liked to comment on (Oh, regarding Turd of the Week - I'm still not sure it's been removed entirely or just isn't actively showcased anymore, it seems submissions who won this award still retain it, but new ones hmm... further research required), but just to conclude: what a great beginning! I'll be back in 2034 to see if it still holds up then.
What a great addition to the community! :)
Wow! Two of my favourite things combined, Newgrounds and podcasts! I love it!
I loved the part where you mentioned the whole Tumblr drama i never thought of that but now that you brought it up i think there is a big possibility that that is the case!
P.S. Happy Pi Day
P.P.S. Its not Pi Day anymore :/
Hey man, good stuff. Its the thing that newgrounds was missing. Cool.
And what is clock day? I went through the clockcrew website, couldn't make anything of it..
Thank you! Glad to hear.
Clock Day used to be a self-appointed holiday by the Clock Crew celebrating the day "B" was released. They'd submit all sorts of spammy bad flash cartoons and flood the portal in its honor.
Now Newgrounds has made it more official by advertising Clock Day, changing the frontpage graphics the day of, and holding contests. Wikigrounds says that Clock Day is typically Newgrounds's busiest day of the year for both submissions and unique visits.
You can read more here: https://newgrounds.fandom.com/wiki/Clock_Day
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