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The United States Army and the Mississippi River Commission explain the importance of the Mississippi River as a major trade waterway in “Valley of the Giant,” a black-and-white from the 1940s. A map (mark 00:55) shows the Mississippi River and its many outlets as the narrator explains its importance and its reach of over 1 million square miles, draining water from more than 30 states and two Canadian provinces. We listen to the slap of paddle wheels on the river (mark 03:17) and see large freighters and ocean vessels make their way through the water as the narrator continues to explain its importance to shipping, linking the Great Lakes to the Seven Seas. The film shows how the river can overflow its banks during a storm (mark 06:06) damaging the surrounding land and endangering life as we see the massive destruction of the delta that resulted from the 1927 flood (mark 07:37).
Starting at mark 08:40, the film explores the Army Corps of Engineers’ methods of maintaining it as a safe navigational channel and also details how the Corps has built countless levees, dams, floodways and other protective barriers in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the flood. We learn how engineers in the 1930s straightened portions of the river (mark 14:46) between Memphis and Baton Rouge to allow a straighter flow…
More than 55,000 immigrants are living in California with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) — a form of humanitarian relief for those whose home countries
Lin-Manuel Miranda breaks down "Almost Like Praying," a song he created to raise funds for Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
RS Live at Caveat NYC, Dec 2nd 2017: http://caveat.nyc/event/reasonably-sound/
An examination of when, and why, we boo and some encouragement to maybe boo a bit more.
SOURCES • Dan Rebellato, ‘B is for Booing’ - http://bit.ly/2hSGAjQ • Sound Symbolism - http://bit.ly/2hTgDjN • Did The Rite of Spring really spark a riot? - http://bbc.in/2hTLOeQ • On the Booing of La Sonnambula - http://bit.ly/2hThdht • On the Pleasure of Being Booed, Marinetti in Futurism: An Anthology - http://bit.ly/2hTxHGI • Spectator Booing and the Home Advantage, Greer - http://bit.ly/2hSHGvY • Booing: The Anatomy of Disaffiliative Response, Clayman - http://bit.ly/2hTM3qg • Whipping It Up! An Analysis of Audience Responses to Political Rhetoric in Speeches From the 2012 American Presidential Elections, Bull and Miskinis - http://bit.ly/2hRlrX2 • Don’t Boo, Vote - http://bit.ly/2B02LII
• The Emancipated Spectator, Ranciere - http://bit.ly/2hU20wH • The Theatre of the Oppressed, Boal - http://bit.ly/2zW64n5 • Can Emotions Be Truly Group Level? Evidence Regarding Four Conceptual Criteria, Smith et al - http://bit.ly/2hTymry • “Please Clap”: Applause, Laughter, and Booing during the 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Debates, Stewart et al - http://bit.ly/2hXjPuR • Mike Pence Booed at Hamilton - http://bit.ly/2hUhPnl
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/reasonably-sound/037-boo-who
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Theme parks have a way of transporting us to magical places, and sound is
crucial in maintaining the illusion. From the most action-packed
attractions to the background music playing between park areas, theme park
sound designers have thought of it all. In this episode, we speak to Joe
Herrington and Mike Fracassi, two Disney Imagineers who work to maintain
the magic for guests of Disney Parks.
The album: Prince: 1999 (Warner Bros., 1982)
This week, we are joined by Anil Dash, the tech entrepreneur and activist whose love for The Purple One is legendary. He takes us into the Heat Rocks deep dive for Prince’s 1999, the album that marked his new wave turn. All three of us share tales of our older family members being scandalized by the sexy-sexiness on the album. Mmmmmm…spicy.
More on Prince and 1999:
The original Rolling Stone album review.
Prince on the Larry King Show in…1999.
More on Anil Dash:
Anil’s "I Am #Transformed" talk, which talks about Prince, technology and a history of South Asian immigration to the USA.
His guide to listening to Prince on streaming sites.
Anil’s Website | Twitter
Prince: 1999 "1999"
Prince: 1999 "Delirious"
Prince: 1999 "D.M.S.R."
Michael Jackson Thriller "Thriller"
Prince: 1999 "Little Red Corvette"
Prince: 1999 "Lady Cab Driver"
Prince: 1999 "Something in the Water"
Prince: 1999 "Free"
Prince: 1999 "All The Critics Love U in New York"
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