Tagged with “lisa” (14)
Posted Monday, April 1, 2013
How much do we love old-time radio dramas and full-cast audioplays? This much.
- Timmy Preston, Galaxy Scout
- The Fog: "Sing a Song… of Murder"
- Jenny Lane, Girl Detective: "The Secret of the Red Herring Murder Clue"
- Two-Fisted Tales of Tesla: "Mr. Verne and the Clockwork Zeppelin"
- Slim Skinner and the Cowhands of the Range: "Conference of Fear"
- Written by David J. Loehr
- Directed by Serenity Caldwell
- Produced and edited by Jason Snell
- Original music by Christopher Breen
Some sound effects used were created by Freesound.org users cmussounddesign, Satoration, ddohler, sportygurl37, FreqMam, and vedas under a Creative Commons license. Additional sound effects by Dan Moren and Serenity Caldwell.
- Andy Ihnatko
- Ben Boychuk
- Dan Moren
- Glenn Fleishman
- John Siracusa
- Lex Friedman
- Lisa Schmeiser
- Monty Ashley
- Scott McNulty
- Serenity Caldwell
- Steve Lutz
CNET’s Bridget Carey does double duty on Loaded and The 404 Podcast today with all your latest tech headlines. Even without Wilson around, we can’t escape Apple news, so today we’re running down some of the best features from iOS 5 and giving you the real reason why Steve Jobs wore a black turtleneck. Read this blog post by Justin Yu on The 404 Podcast.
If you care about the big questions of the physical world, then Lisa Randall would be great company at a dinner party. Over drinks, the Harvard physicist could tell you what we know and don’t know about particle physics and cosmology.
During dinner she’d use poetry to describe the Large Hadron Collider – the biggest machine ever built – and the mysteries it could soon reveal. And with dessert — a passionate argument for the value of scientific thinking and what we lose when we put faith over logic.
Heute kommentieren Nicolas, Martin und Dom live die Apple Keynote zum iPhone 4S. Lisa stößt live in der Monkey Cave hinzu. Quasi wie Holgis Fußball gucken für Nerds. via http://sven.grrmpf.de/podcasts/doku.php?id=04102011_brummschleife
On twitter: @nsemak @map @monkeydom
Cole’s Book Arcade was a massive three-storey bookstore in the heart of Melbourne that opened on Cup day in 1883. But this was a bookshop with a difference. It had a fernery, a wonderland with funny mirrors, a music department, a lolly shop, a lending library…there were secondhand books for sale, a Chinese tea salon, even a live monkey display! The arcade was the embodiment of one man’s vision and humanitarian ideals: Edward William Cole.
For visitors to the city in the 1880s, the journey was not complete without a tour of Cole’s Book Arcade, where one could pick up a copy of the much loved and rightly famous Cole’s Funny Picture Book. Such was its renown, that the arcade was visited by writers Rudyard Kipling and Mark Twain during their travels in Australia.
Edward William Cole was an eccentric, humble man who came to Australia in 1852, aged 20, with the Victorian Goldfields in his sights. But it did not take him long to discover that his own pot of gold was not to be found in the ground. While Cole called the arcade his ‘hobby’, he was a savvy and astute businessman who died, in 1918, a very rich man.
While Edward Cole’s life has been re-imagined by author Lisa Lang in her novel Utopian Man, today all that’s left of his grand arcade is a glass ceiling in one of Melbourne’s busy CBD laneways.
Readings from Utopian Man are by Richard Piper.
Lisa Hanawalt, creator of I Want You, talks about comics, performance, and drawing at parties.
Lisa Mullins talks with Nicola Twilley, author of the blog Edible Geography, about the US Agriculture Department’s new My Plate symbol and other nutritional guideline symbols used around the world. Download MP3 Slideshow: Dietary Guidelines From Around the World
Social innovation, service design and even augmented reality are now presenting real and interesting opportunities for us as traditional web practitioners. Combined with inclusive design practices, this opens up a fantastic world of change for both us and the people for whom we design.
Hosts: Leo Laporte, Tom Merritt, and Lisa Bettany
Live coverage of SXSW Saturday evening parties with Leo Laporte, Tom Merritt, and Lisa Bettany
Huffduffed from http://twit.tv/specials67
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