A term created in the podcasting
community to refer to any work which, through its licensing, specifically allows the use of the work in podcasting, regardless of restrictions the same work might have in other realms. For example, a song may be legal to use in podcasts, but may need to be purchased or have royalties paid for over-the-air radio use, television use, and possibly even personal use.
Playing podsafe music on your podcast will keep you out of trouble with the RIAA.
The unsigned artist released his new single as podsafe.
abbrev. Ashley Simpson Syndrome
a condition caused by the unwarranted promotion of a talentless, tasteless, or otherwise unworthy person, event, location, or other. Popularized by the insane amount of promotion given to Ashley Simpson despite the fact that nobody liked her or her music. Phrase was originally coined on "Riding with the window down..." podcast - June 12, 2006.
After seeing that the reviews and reality of the new blockbuster were not at all the same, he chalked it up to another case of A.S.S.
Ashley Simpson Syndrome has caused countless cases of buyer's remorse whenever someone believes the hype and buys an album, DVD, etc.
One of the early adopters to the world of podcasting. Anyone that started their podcast
during the fall of 2004 and is still producing a podcast. These "elder statesmen" of the podcasting movement are often sought out for interviews or technical assistance.
When setting up a podcast for the first time, it is a good idea to listen to the advice from a pod sage.
As a podcaster from the early days, he was seen as a pod sage.
Phrase used to describe a style of dialogue in filmmaking. Composed of curse-laden, quick-witted, back and forth banter concerning the most mundane of subjects. This style was popularized by Quentin Tarantino in films like Reservior Dogs and Pulp Fiction. The phrase is used equally as an homage to Tarantino as well as a put-down to copycat writers.
Jack's new script was 90 minutes of T-babble intercut with explosions.