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  1. QPR: Quotidian Public Radio - QPR: Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment”

    QPR: Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment”

    MP3 Download: QPR - Nation of Talkers - “Planet Comment”Social Media expert, Dr. Robert Chandler (onFocus University), joins Connor to discuss web-based community and user-generated content. He also takes a few calls from QPR listeners.

    posted 8 years ago

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  2. TMO Background Mode Interview with Science Fiction Novelist Steven Brust

    Steven Brust is a popular science fiction author with 31 novels to his credit. He’s known for the Vlad Taltos series as well as the Khaavren romances. He’s also a musician: drummer, guitarist and banjo player, and he has a solo record out, A Rose For Iconoclastes. Like many writers, as we pondered on the show, he has a cat. We chatted about his early career as a computer programmer and the life-changing event that launched him into writing science fiction. Steven’s career has been filled with a fortunate series of happenstances, “luck,” both in the cover art of his novels and his choice of themes. Inspired by Roger Zelazny’s Lord of Light, Steven writes what he’d love to read himself, and that has worked amazingly well. You’ll enjoy our chat about all things science fiction.

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  3. Song Exploder Episode 78: Grimes

    Grimes is the project of Claire Boucher. In 2015, she released Art Angels, her 4th album. In this episode, she breaks down her song “Kill V. Maim,” and how the experience of writing songs for other artists opened up the way she writes for herself.

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  4. Song Exploder Episode 124: Nine Inch Nails

    Trent Reznor started Nine Inch Nails in 1988. He released eight albums, sold over 20 million records, won two Grammys and was nominated for 11 more. Then, in 2010, Trent Reznor and his longtime collaborator Atticus Ross scored the film The Social Network, and they won an Oscar for it. A few years later, in 2016, Atticus Ross joined Nine Inch Nails as an official member. The duo’s most recent release is Add Violence, an EP, and in this episode, Trent and Atticus break down a song from it called “The Lovers.”

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  5. Song Exploder Episode 28: The Long Winters

    On February 1st, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart while reentering the earth’s atmosphere. John Roderick, singer and songwriter of The Long Winters, wrote “The Commander Thinks Aloud” about that fateful moment. This episode was made from an interview I did with John Roderick in front of a live audience in Seattle, where we discussed how and why he made this song.

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  6. Protonic Reversal Ep. 116

    Well met, all! Welcome once again to the home of the Protonic Reversal! This week's guest was friend of the show Andrew Falkous! It's always a blast chatting with Falco, as you can see by the list of topics we touched upon:

    -All the Bongs, Vol. 2 -the binary of “California” and “Not California” -pissing around until something good happens -the story of a band vs. the quality -the demented husks of humanity, at least they're having a good time -making the music is the most fun part -the Cardiff post office -Morrissey needs limits -”proper music” (said with disdain) -the misplaced optimism of the doomed -cat updates -”Of Wolf and Man” -the future kings of Spain -Halliburton: Radio Nope's biggest listener -parenthood and living in London -the French are very attached to smoking -the skill of further alienating a bad audience

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  7. Rocket #162: The Internet Was a Mistake

    February 15th, 2018 · 62 minutes

    Brianna, Christina, and Simone are reunited to discuss Wired's cover story about Facebook, the upcoming (ongoing?) Infocalypse, and Quinn Norton's short life at the New York Times.

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  8. Material #136: Strength in Numbers

    February 1st, 2018 · 78 minutes

    Your first, second, and not-least hosts start off this week by discussing the ever-lasting usefulness of the NVIDIA Shield. The trio also discusses Apple's stiff reins on iMessages (we just want to talk to our friends!), and whether the Google Clips camera might be a hit.

    And this is all just in the first half-hour of the show! Tune in to hear the rest.

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