The Erasable Podcast

We’re excited.

Actually, let me rephrase that. We’re psyched out of our minds. Why, you ask? Let me tell you.

Last week saw the introduction of The Erasable Podcast, a podcast dedicated solely to the love of wooden pencils. It’s the first pencil-specific podcast on the Internet, and it features our friends Andy Welfle from WoodclinchedJohnny Gamber from Pencil Revolution and Tim Wasem from The Writing Arsenal, making each episode a meeting of some of the Internet’s greatest pencil minds.

If you’re wondering how three people can talk about pencils for an hour, check out the podcast’s inaugural episode here. They touch on everything from pencil clips and @Ticonderobot, to a pencil set made from cremated human remains (Yes, this is an actual thing. Check out Mark Frauenfelder’s Boing Boing post for proof.).

Andy, Johnny, Tim, keep fighting the good fight. We’ll be following along and ready to lend a helping hand whenever we can.

3 replies
  1. Antonio Bouza
    Antonio Bouza says:

    It was a great podcast. I am looking forward to future podcasts related to pencils. I am super excited.

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  2. Andy @ Woodclinched
    Andy @ Woodclinched says:

    Thanks for the link love, Alexander! We definitely want you and Charles on as guests in the near future. We’ve had such a tremendous response so far, so we *need* to keep up with it! Hopefully the new episode will drop in a week. :D

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  3. Tim Wasem
    Tim Wasem says:

    Thanks for the love! It means a lot to have your support. The first episode was great fun, and all three of us are eager to record episode two. Again, thank you! Also, thanks for making and providing such awesome pencils. Can’t wait to make my next order!

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