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Project Wideawake #003

Welcome to episode #3 of Project Wideawake. This episode’s tunes This time around we have eight songs for your listening pleasure. “Lonely Night” by Persson (4:17) “Naked as a Star” by Steve Kilbey and Martin Kennedy (3:28) “Friday Nights” by Kids Fly Free (3:22) “Everybody Lies” by the Math and Physics Club (3:13) “Je cherche …read more…

How to use RSS to follow my podcasts

The easiest way to find my latest podcasts is to use RSS. To do that, you need to use an RSS-capable browser, like Safari, or my favorite, Firefox. Then click on any of the links below: Project Wideawake RSS – new and different music the Silent Noise Project RSS – not your father’s podcast small …read more…

Project Wideawake #002

Welcome to episode #2 of Project Wideawake. For those of you who didn’t get it the first time, here’s the 411 on the name of this project: In the second X-Men movie, there’s a scene where Mystique, disguised as Yuriko Oyama, breaks into Stryker’s computer. If you look closely at the monitor, you can see …read more…

Protected: Cherry-flavored Pez #002

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Protected: Cherry-flavored Pez #001

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Project Wideawake #001: Queen’s “We Will Rock You”

Welcome to my first music podcast. Yes, this is pretty rough. I was seriously tempted to redo the entire thing, but then I decided to leave it pretty much as is, because it would serve as a benchmark for me later as to how much I had improved, assuming, of course, that I improve at …read more…

podcasting

I just installed the Blubrry PowerPress plug in, which allows me to podcast, which I’m excited about. Not that I’m excited about everyone in the world hearing my voice, but it is another form of media that I can experiment around with and enjoy. (Speaking is part of the language arts, after all). I can …read more…

something here does not make sense

Yesterday, I read on NPR that the stock market actually went down because Wall Street was worried about an economic slowdown. I don’t get it. We spent billions of dollars to bail out Wall Street, because their economy is basically our economy—Main Street just doesn’t matter any more, apparently. Reading this article made me realize …read more…