It’s a long show with a lot of buildup of topics since the last episode. I talk about the (temporary) cessation of iPodderX as a sponsor; I talk more about life in Conway, South Carolina; I play a song from the Arts and Sciences; I talk about Open Culture, the public domain, the formation of dual systems of “open and closed” culture, Fictionwise, Project Gutenberg, DRM and lots of stuff mashed together; I spin an awesome Michelle Malone tune; I note there is a new Voices In Your Head interview published; I play a new ID with Bruce Campbell thanks to Michael Butler; I found the VU metere in Audio Hijack Pro! I discuss the joy of my low tech lawn mower; I play a song by the Gentle Readers; I mention the stuff packages and then it’s over.
Note that I talk about Phillip Roth and Catch 22. It sounds a little like I’m saying that I think Roth wrote it, but I know that isn’t the case.
Don’t forget, you can fly your EGC flag by buying the stuff package.
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Links mentioned in this episode:
- MAKE Magazine
- The Arts and Sciences – kick ass thinking person’s rock and roll
- Fictionwise ebooks
- Project Gutenberg
- Download the Kalevala
- Michelle Malone – Southern folk rock
- Wil McCarthy interview from Voices In Your Head
- Wil McCarthy
- Rock and Roll Geek Show
- Audio Hijack Pro
- Gentle Readers