Erin Lindsey, Rajan Khanna, and Matthew Kressel join us to discuss Season 2 of the Star Wars TV show The Mandalorian.
GGG#447: Tenet Movie Review | Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Writer Interviews, Movie Reviews, Fantasy/Horror/Sci-Fi Books and Writing
Erin Lindsey, Anthony Ha, and Andrea Kail join us to discuss Christopher Nolan’s mind-bending thriller Tenet.
GGG#418: Devs TV Show Review | Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Writer Interviews, Movie Reviews, Fantasy/Horror/Sci-Fi Books and Writing
Anthony Ha, Sara Lynn Michener, and Rafael Jordan join us to discuss the new Hulu series Devs, created by Alex Garland, director of Ex Machina and Annihilation.
Opinion | The Author Behind ‘Arrival’ Doesn’t Fear AI. ‘Look at How We Treat Animals.’ - The New York Times
The award-winning author and Ezra Klein discuss A.I. suffering, free will, Superman’s failures and more.
On September 11, 1973, a military junta violently took control of Chile, which was led at the time by President Salvador Allende. Allende had become president in a free and democratic election. After the military coup, General Augusto Pinochet took power and ruled Chile as a dictator until 1990.
The military regime dissolved the congress, took control of the media and went about dismantling the socialist and democratic institutions that Allende’s government had built.
In the midst of this takeover, the military discovered a strange room in a nondescript office building in downtown Santiago. The room was hexagonal in shape with seven white fiberglass chairs arranged in an inward facing circle.
This “operations room” (or: opsroom) was the physical interface for a complex system called Cybersyn. It was an ambitious project in technology and design meant to help Chile’s socialist economy succeed.
Our colleagues at the TED Radio Hour introduce us to wildlife filmmaker Ariel Waldman. She says the coldest continent is brimming with invisible life that can only be seen through microscopes, including tardigrades (one of Maddie’s favorite critters).
An absolute stoater! A Great Session = ‘The maximum fun possible, every night!’ From Dundalk to Belfast, and finding freedom in Edinburgh. Hamish Henderson and the wild nights in Sandy Bell’s. Mike One-Shirt and Luke Plumb; Deaf Shepherd and the great encouragers like Cathal McConnell. The consolations of music. House sessions in Venice Beach, meeting the daughter of the man who wrote Thíos Cois na Trá, and so much more. Awesome.
Abbey Road Studio Two, five talented studio engineers and a round-table chat about music: we’ll be honest, we’ve had worse days at work.
Part One of our ‘For The Love Of Music’ series asks the group a provocative question: Is there no such thing as bad music?
You’ve just got to see what they had to say.
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#bowerswilkins #abbeyroad #fortheloveofmusic
Professor Neil Ferguson on the Covid year that shattered our way of life – podcast | News | The Guardian
Prof Neil Ferguson was one of the first scientists to raise the alarm in Britain that unless the government radically changed policy, it was heading for a disaster that the NHS could not cope with
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