nsmsn / Nick Simson

Communication/web/graphic designer. Caretaker of a mutt named Zelda. Alive and at work in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.

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  1. #86 Man of the People

    This week — a new technology falls into the wrong hands.Pope Brock’s book, CharlatanPenny Lane’s documentary, Nuts!


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  2. Jim O’Rourke 2015/08/04

    1. Friends with Benefit
    2. Therefore I am
    3. Ghost Ship in a Storm
    4. All Downhill From
    5. There’s Hell in Hello,but More in Goodbye
    6. Hotel Blue

    Piano: Ishibashi Eiko Bass: Sudoh Toshiaki Violin: Hatano Atsuko Drums: Yamamoto Tatsuhisa

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    Tagged with music

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  3. Episode 2: Senator Bob Corker

    The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee sits down with Susan Glasser for an exclusive interview on his disagreements with Trump-and how he views a White House torn between deals and disruption

    The Global Politico takes listeners backstage in a disrupted world, interviewing leaders around the globe who can help make sense of an international environment that can seem out of control. New episodes every Monday.

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  4. We Tracked Down A Fake-News Creator In The Suburbs. Here’s What We Learned : All Tech Considered : NPR

    "The whole idea from the start was to build a site that could kind of infiltrate the echo chambers of the alt-right," says Jestin Coler, whose company, Disinfomedia, is behind some fake news sites.

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  5. MuckRock — Responsive Web Design

    Did you know you can file a Freedom of Information Act request right from your phone? Michael Morisy and Allan Lasser explain how MuckRock makes that possible.

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  6. Dialogue: Scott West On Preservation, Prison and History’s Criminal Class | WUOT

    As the 20th century rolled into the 21st, Scott West was considered a whiz-kid entrepreneur, one of the architects responsible for the revitalization of Knoxville’s downtown. But the conversation about Scott West changed in 2006, when he was arrested for his role in a marijuana-smuggling operation, one in which he was convicted of using his popular downtown properties to launder drug money.

    The experience of spending the next 4 1/2 years in prison never left him. And now, he’s documenting his memories, opinions and observations in a funny, pointed collection of fairy tales, letters, recipes and essays. It’s called The Crook Books: Scott West’s Recipes for Disaster (Volume One- Good Intentioned Bad Guys).

    On this episode of Dialogue, Matt Shafer Powell sits down with West to talk about the book, his role in Knoxville’s renaissance and history’s criminal class.

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  7. Slate Academy: Fascism, Ep 1

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  8. The Pursuit of Authenticity: James Agee as Critic | WUOT

    Writer James Agee died in 1955, but the re-discovery of his work continues today. This month, the University of Tennessee Press will release new

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  9. This Is Your Brain on Podcasts - Freakonomics Freakonomics

    Neuroscientists have a great deal to learn about the human brain. One recent MRI study sheds some light: you should be listening to even more podcasts.

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  10. #1644: The Klan’s Invite to Your Scandal Watch Party — Show About Race

    Anna Holmes, Baratunde Thurston, and Tanner Colby are joined by Latoya Peterson of ESPN’s The Undefeated and to discuss the disappearance of Vine, the six-second video app, and what it means for ownership of creative platforms for people of color online. Bear with us, the title will make sense.

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