Martini Hour 037, In Which Colleen Welcomes One and All to the Eyecandy Sound Lounge

We had so much fun holding live Martini Hours in Las Vegas. And the audience full of dekeOphiles who came to spend time with us were so cool and supportive! (Some of them even took their shoes off before being asked.) But it gives us a huge thrill this week to start sharing the first of several podcast episodes that we recorded during Photoshop World, live from the Eyecandy Sound Lounge in the Mandalay Bay Casino. Because, finally,  we can share our frolicking with those of you who could only be there in spirit. (And revisit the fun with those of you who made it to our lounge-away-from-‘Lounge in person.)

This week’s show features the first of our live guests, Adobe’s own Julianne Kost and Russell Brown (captured above by our chief olive wrangler Toby Malina). Russell has appeared on three previous Martini Hours. But for scheduling reasons—so she claims!—this is Julianne’s first time. Like Deke, these two Photoshop Hall of Famers are steeped in imaging wisdom. But unlike Deke, they have direct access to Photoshop’s key programmers. Plus, they’re slim, tall, and good looking. While looks don’t mean a damn thing in an audio-only podcast, we figured it was only fitting that our guests’ appearance fit the mood of the Eyecandy lounge.

Want to hear some actual live lounge love?

Here’s the regular-quality (128kbps) audio file. You can stream, or for best results, right-click and choose Download or Save.  And don’t forget the usual blather: Subscribe via iTunes. Call 1-888-dekepod with your questions. (That’s 1-888-335-3763.)

Thanks again to all those who made our live show so fun and entertaining. Stay tuned for more live and lively fun!

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