Episode 100: I Can’t Believe It!

The Topic

We can hardly believe this is our 100th show!  We are answering all kinds of questions and sharing listener voicemails and thoughts!  Come share your thoughts at https://thedigishow.com

Joining the Discussion:

Peppermint Granberg
Katie Nelson

Picks of the Week:

Peppermint: Silhouette Stamping Starter Kit
Katie: HiCollage app for iPhone & Android
Steph: RegainYourName



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42 Responses to Episode 100: I Can’t Believe It!

  1. Kris Beauregard says:

    I just finished listening to your 100th show! I can’t believe it myself. I am pretty sure that I have listened to every one of your shows (even under the Paperclipping umbrella), and I regret not calling in and leaving you fine ladies a voicemail to tell you how much you have impacted me. I am still a paper scrapper, but I would ultimately like to make the move to digi one day. Even though I am a paper scrapper that does not mean that I have not gotten tons of great ideas and learned so very much from you guys.
    I will say that for your 100th show I expected more fanfare! You guys rock! You deserve to celebrate your accomplishment and how you impact the scrap-booking community!! If you don’t toot your horn then who the heck will!?!
    I was also kinda sad that there was no mention of the scrap-off! Don’t think we have forgotten about that!
    I would love to hang out with you guys if you are ever near Atlanta!

    Thanks for all you do!!

    • I totally agree with everything Kris said except that the Digi show, and the digi files, have made me switch to almost all digi.
      Way to go girls you should be proud of all you do!

    • steph says:

      I would much rather have our listeners to it the horn! ;) So thank you for tooting!

      I think we will do a scrap challenge, hopefully less of a competition, but Katie’s pretty competitive, so I’m not sure. Maybe someone can make us all a participants badge and then she’ll know she wins no matter what! ;)

  2. Sharon says:

    Congratulations, girls!!!! Fabulous effort reaching the 100+ show milestone! I have listened to every one of those shows, and more than once, I have replayed a show I’ve particularly enjoyed and related to.

    I must say that I do listen to the shows while doing housework or driving, but never while I’m scrapping, because I can’t seem to scrap and listen at the same time!

    So much good stuff in this show … I love the personal bits you have shared with us, and really, I count you all as friends even though you don’t know me on a personal level.

    I wish I had left a voice comment now so that you could giggle at my (Australian) accent.

    I wish you all the best for the next 100+ shows, and girls, know that on the other side of the world, you have a very faithful listener who really enjoys what you share each week in The Digi Show!!!

  3. carrie a. says:

    I, too, meant to leave a voicemail, but this week somehow flew by. Ya’ll are just awesome!!

  4. Suzy says:

    Happy 100th! Loved hearing about what super powers you would choose. I’ve always wished I could have Photoshop powers, especially for clothes — recolor that almost-perfect shirt you want to buy, duplicate favorites, adjust the size of pants that are getting just a little too small, repair the hole in those fave jeans … So fun to hear if you’re night/morning people. I’m the complete opposite of Peppermint — I’m most creative between 5am & noon, not so much after that. So interesting to learn more snippets about you. So excited for the next 100 episodes! THANK YOU!

  5. These “anniversary” shows are among my favorites from The Digi Show. It’s like a window into the world of 3 of the nicest people on the internet; three ladies who I feel have become friends, even though we don’t know each other.

    I’ve listened to The Digi Show from day one, and have learned so much in so many areas – not just digi scrapping. I’ve amassed an enormous amount of digital files, although I consider myself only a “dabbler” in digi scrapping, and I love being a Daily Digi member.

    You inspire me and educate with joyful enthusiasm and your show is a much loved part of my week. Congratulations on this 100 episode milestone. CHEERS to many, many more.

  6. Kelly Buss says:

    You gals rock! I’ve listened to all your episodes and agree with other listeners that I’ve added apps, digi supplies, workflows, etc. all based on what I’ve heard you share about.

    And yes… you must come take a class with Katrina! :) We’d love to have you!

    • steph says:

      Thanks Kelly!! Katie and I have taken a few classes from Katrina. I just need one for getting sharper images..lol.

  7. Cathy R says:

    As a paper scrapper and follower and listener to all your episodes thank you from the bottom of my heart for being wonderful friends I just haven’t met face to face yet. Way to go for producing 100 wonderful podcasts and how fortunate for us, your listeners, who have been the recipients of such goodness!

    One of my favorite things is your picks of the week and in that regard, Steph, I have a question, especially after listening to your pick this week and your comments. I am very careful about apps I download because I think I am as paranoid (or should I say careful :-) LOL!) as you are about what information we allow apps to have in regard to our personal info. I really want to download a lot of apps talked about on the digi show but when the apps ask permission for use of my location and the use of how the app is used, well, it freaks me out and I can’t click on “install.” Tell me I’m not the only one or if I should just suck it up because Big Brother is already knows where and what I am doing and I might as well enjoy these cool apps anyway.

    Thanks again for all you do. I look forward to the next 100 episodes!

    • steph says:

      Thanks so much for the sweet comments! They are very much appreciated!! :)

      When an app asks to use my location, I usually always say no, unless it’s an app that I know I will need it to use my location (map apps).

      Any businesses that sell digital goods in the state of California are legally required to have a privacy statement indicating what information is gathered and what that info is used for. For the Capturing Magic apps, they require use of your location in order to fully function. But we don’t collect or store your location at this time. In the future, we plan to store location info when photos are taken in the park, so we can use it to improve the app and add more photo ops.

      I guess being on the development side of things has made me less paranoid about it.

  8. Ronnie Crowley says:

    Really your talking about unpacking in a new house is worse than packing when I packing boxes of scrapbooks while I’m listening to you!!! (LOL). Maybe I should give up and just scrap!

  9. Penny says:

    Happy 100th! I laughed and I cried during this one. I Cried with Steph when she spoke of Pattie Knox. And laughed when Sharon said the show cost her a lot of money and that she gets up at 4:00am! to download the digi files.

    So I came away from the show with some questions – How long have the digi files been available? When you spoke of how long you’ve known each other (loved this section) you indicated Peppermint contributed in 2010. I guess I had just assumed the digi files began with the digi show (the 100 shows).

    And I suddenly wondered – are there any statistics that give us an idea of how many digi scrappers there are at this time. I can’t think of a concise way to gather that kind of information so I suppose I will just have to wonder but thought I would ask.

    I’m looking forward to the next 100 shows. Thank you!

  10. Rhadonda says:

    Loved listening to the show. It is amazing how you think you “know” people just from listening and following on a blog and that they would be considered friends. I have learned so much. I should comment more often and don’t. I changed my whole method of organization from Steph using lightroom (though I am still not sure i am doing it “right” after the first initial download, i am accumulating a lot of dated folders to transfer the new stuff). In fact that is what i do as i listen, i unzip or organize product. I love listening. I need to avail myself more of the playbooks because i love watching video to learn too. My only suggestion is sometimes i feel like your guests don’t receive much time to share their thoughts, i realize it must be hard to get 4 people’s thoughts on a topic but maybe when there are guests make them the spotlight and bulk of the show talk. Love you girls. Keep up the good work!

  11. Tammy says:

    Congratulations on your 100th show! What an amazing milestone!
    I’m not generally a big podcast fan (I only listen to 2-both have Steph in them ;)) and it took me a while to get used to listening. I’m glad I did because I’ve learned SO much from you ladies. Not just about digiscrpapping, but about tech stuff too.
    You are all as wonderful in person as you are on the show. Every time I listen to a show, I feel like I’m getting together with friends!
    {{Hugs to you all!}}

  12. Lynnette says:

    Just wanted to pop in and say CONGRATS on 100 shows! I’m already looking forward to the next 100. You gals have become a part of my week i always look forward to. Thanks for all you contribute to our community.

  13. Hallie says:

    I really meant to write in to tell you how much I appreciate and enjoy the show, but, of course, time got away from me. I just started digi scrapping this January, and I feel VERY fortunate to have found The Digi Files and The Digi Show pretty much right away – in fact, I think I bought the January Digi Files as my second digital scrapbooking purchase ever, and I just thought it was amazing! I feel like I have been led in the right direction and skipped a lot of learning difficulties by listening to your show. I have learned so much about my scrapping program, how to go about organizing my supplies, how to tell my stories and even photography from you three girls (and your guests.) Thank you so much! I have to share that I had a little snafu with my Digi Files payment at one point and had to talk to Steph on the phone about it. When I hung up, I kinda geeked out – I TALKED to STEPH from the Daily Digi!!!! I called my mom (a paper scrapper) and she said, “I guess it’s a little like when I met Becky Higgins at a scrapbook convention, huh?” Um, yeah it is! Happy 100 episodes and keep it up! Thanks.

  14. Kathy28 says:

    Congratulations on your 151st episode! I count them all because I found you through paperclipping. The DS is really what saved my scrapping soul. Similar to your comments, I paper scrapped before but was very frustrated with the products that were available. I would shop for hours to find the right color or size or type of embellishment. I’ve said before I had a lot of product but not productivity! Digi has helped me find that sweet spot joining the creative and geeky spots of my spirit. I love your mix of technology and story telling. You really have made a great difference in my scrapping life. Keep up the good work and go team Android!

  15. Nicole L. says:

    Hi ladies!
    Congratulations on your 1oo (+50) shows!
    I absolutely LOVE your podcast, and listen to episodes over and over…
    Today I came across a poem that I thought I would share because it so eloquently touches on the idea of capturing a life through memory keeping. TOTALLY up our alley!!!

    Quite Frankly
    by Mark Halliday

    They got old, they got old and died. But first—
    okay but first they composed plangent depictions
    of how much they lost and how much cared about losing.
    Meantime their hair got thin and more thin
    as their shoulders went slumpy. Okay but

    not before the photo albums got arranged by them,
    arranged with a niftiness, not just two or three
    but eighteen photo albums, yes eighteen eventually,
    eighteen albums proving the beauty of them (and not someone else),
    them and their relations and friends, incontrovertible

    playing croquet in that Bloomington yard,
    floating on those comic inflatables at Dow Lake,
    giggling at the Dairy Queen, waltzing at the wedding,
    building a Lego palace on the porch,
    holding the baby beside the rental truck,
    leaning on the Hemingway statue at Pamplona,
    discussing the eternity of art in that Sardinian restaurant.

    Yes! And so, quite frankly—at the end of the day—
    they got old and died okay sure but quite frankly
    how much does that matter in view of
    the eighteen photo albums, big ones
    thirteen inches by twelve inches each
    full of such undeniable beauty?

  16. geezee says:

    I have been with you from the beginning, even though I don’t comment often. I spend time with you every week and feel like you are my friends. Even when you were with Paperclipping and you read my comment about my son taking my rebel to a dance with his friends. I am still practicing giving my children complete access to my expensive cameras. Many amazing photos have come from doing that. I am now using PSE thanks to Melissa getting through to me. I even did my first digital PL layouts with it today. I had you and your podcast cheering me on the whole time.

  17. Barbara says:

    Happy very belated anniversary wishes! I absolutely love The Digi Show. I’ve been a listener from the Paperclipping days. I subscribe to quite a few podcasts but TDS is by far my favorite. I don’t comment often but I faithfully download and SO appreciate the work you all do to make it happen. One of my favorite moments from 2013 was meeting up at Disneyland. Haw brave and daring of you three! Thanks and here’s to at lest a 100 more! (Please????)

  18. Katie (sakura-panda) says:

    Great episode! It’s fun to occasionally have these episodes where we get to see you slightly off-topic from scrapbooking topics. Although I listen for the scrapbooking talk, I enjoy the change in focus now and then.

    Are there going to be any more Daring Greatly episodes? For some reason, I thought there was going to be at least one more, and now that I’ve finished the book, I’ve been watching for a new one. On the other hand, I should go back and listen to the two that were recorded before I read the book, now that I know what you are talking about. A third episode may have been wishful thinking on my part since I was still reading the book (behind the discussion) when the second episode aired.

    It was interesting to hear the job talk; I listen to The Digi Show on my drive into work in the morning, and more than once I’ve thought of how nice it would be to have some sort of creative digital job but then I remember that I don’t have any creative digital talent, training or initiative. LOL

    I’m looking forward to the next set of 50 episodes; this is my favorite podcast and I’m always excited to see the new ones pop up. You make it seem so effortless that I sometimes forget how much work you all have done to get to 100 (or 151 episodes.) Congratulations on the milestone and thanks for all you do!

    • steph says:

      I always enjoy your comments, Katie!! Yes. We are planning one more Daring Greatly, but wanted to wait until after school was under way. I need to work on getting something set up with Ali. Thanks for the reminder! :)

  19. Soraya says:

    Congratulations on your 100th (really 150th) show! I was so excited to hear you read my comment — it totally made my day, and got me through being stuck in horrible rush-hour traffic in NYC. So THANK YOU again! I wanted to post a link to the Clickin Moms forums and classes in case anyone is interested. Here’s the forum:

    The forum is amazing, and I have learned so much from the tutorials and posts that are free with membership. It’s a great community that is really supportive and helpful as you learn to take better pictures. But I think for many people, myself included, it really helps to have classes that can guide you, especially in the beginning. The forum is really big and can be a bit overwhelming for a newbie. My growth as a photographer really took off once I took a beginner shooting class. I took it as a Study Along student, and joined a Facebook group of fellow Study Along students from that class that has become my core photography community/support system. We became close as we worked through that class together, and have stuck together in our journey to become better photographers! CM has just created a new beginners class that will no doubt be FANTASTIC (I took Michelle Turner’s Off-Camera Flash class, and she is an AWESOME instructor):

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