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garrettc / Garrett Coakley

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  1. The 1989 CBC Massey Lectures, “The Real World of Technology”, Part 5

    Technology has always been a part of human existence. Today though, says the experimental physicist, Ursula M. Franklin, technology has large-scale effects on culture itself. Ursula Franklin is an experimental physicist, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, a former board member of the National Research Council and the Science Council of Canada, and a companion of the Order…

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-1989-cbc-massey-lectures-the-real-world-of-technology-1.2946845

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  2. The 1989 CBC Massey Lectures, “The Real World of Technology”, Part 4

    Technology has always been a part of human existence. Today though, says the experimental physicist, Ursula M. Franklin, technology has large-scale effects on culture itself. Ursula Franklin is an experimental physicist, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, a former board member of the National Research Council and the Science Council of Canada, and a companion of the Order…

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-1989-cbc-massey-lectures-the-real-world-of-technology-1.2946845

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  3. The 1989 CBC Massey Lectures, “The Real World of Technology”, Part 3

    Technology has always been a part of human existence. Today though, says the experimental physicist, Ursula M. Franklin, technology has large-scale effects on culture itself. Ursula Franklin is an experimental physicist, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, a former board member of the National Research Council and the Science Council of Canada, and a companion of the Order…

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-1989-cbc-massey-lectures-the-real-world-of-technology-1.2946845

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  4. The 1989 CBC Massey Lectures, “The Real World of Technology” - Home, Part 2

    Technology has always been a part of human existence. Today though, says the experimental physicist, Ursula M. Franklin, technology has large-scale effects on culture itself. Ursula Franklin is an experimental physicist, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, a former board member of the National Research Council and the Science Council of Canada, and a companion of the Order…

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-1989-cbc-massey-lectures-the-real-world-of-technology-1.2946845

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  5. The 1989 CBC Massey Lectures, “The Real World of Technology”, Part 1

    Technology has always been a part of human existence. Today though, says the experimental physicist, Ursula M. Franklin, technology has large-scale effects on culture itself. Ursula Franklin is an experimental physicist, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, a former board member of the National Research Council and the Science Council of Canada, and a companion of the Order…

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-1989-cbc-massey-lectures-the-real-world-of-technology-1.2946845

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  6. Song Exploder and the Art of the Edit - The Wheeler Centre

    Join Song Exploder podcast producer Hrishikesh Hirway, with Miyuki Jokiranta, for a conversation about music, story, the art of the edit … and the top three musicians on his wishlist of guests. (Plus, a whisper of West Wing Weekly.)

    http://pca.st/zOVD

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  7. TheMediaBriefing: Empire’s Terri White

    Empire’s editor-in-chief talks to TMB about adapting a print product for an increasingly digital audience, with a focus on experiential cinema, live events (with slime) and digital video.

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  8. Troika #1: ‘Music for Stars’

    The first edition of Troika is about classical ambient music that’s all connected by Adam Wiltzie from Stars of the Lid. We start with ‘Homemade Mountains’ by Christina Vantzou (who Wiltzie worked with on ‘The Dead Texan’ project), then ‘Don’t bother they’re here’ by Stars of the Lid, and finish with ‘Steep Hills of Vicodin Tears’ by A Winged Victory for the Sullen (Wiltzies’ current collaboration with composer Dustin O’Halloran).

    Stars of the Lid were named after the lightshow you see with your eyes closed, so lie back, pop your headphones on, and without any further interruption from me, lets see where the music takes us!…

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  9. Good Omens episode 6

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  10. Good Omens episode 5

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