Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for March 20, 2007.
This is a particularly foulmouthed episode, including an F-Bomb explosion that came from some sort of anger repository I had not realized I was tapping. Be warned.
I play a song from Conconquidore Truidore; I talk about internet radio and the CARP decision and Doc Searls; I play a little clip from Garrison Keillor’s Writers Almanac; I discuss Bruce Sterling’s talk at SXSW; I talk about listening to Steve Blush on the Small World Podcast and from there launch into my theory about the similarities between hippies and punks; I briefly mention seeing Public Enemy; I play a song by the Brothers Falloon and lurch out of the room.
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Links mentioned in this episode:
- Conconquidore Truidore
- Writer’s Almanac
- Bruce Sterling’s talk at this years SXSW
- Steve Blush of American Hardcore on the Small World Podcast
- Brothers Falloon
- Sign my Frappr Map!
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