This week, a look at the different ways that people connect to each other, and how they act once they’re together. NOTE: This episode contains EXPLICIT language about sex.
Whats the song that plays in the background around 6:30? I've been trying to find it for years!
Love the show, but the comment "More like UNIX, open source-y, collaborative" caught me funny. UNIX is not known for it's open source-y ness. "UNIX-like" operating systems are or can be. Examples: Linux, FreeBSD, etc..
I am nit picking. Your show is amazing, thanks for all the years.
I am listening to your episode on Lucid dreaming. I have had long expanses withdream lucidity. Don't laugh... but, it usually followed long LSD stints in the 90s. I am actively listening to your program and this is exactly like how I can "realize" myself dreaming. Here is another funny anecdotal thing about this. My first "rave" production company, started with two other Cornell undergrads because of we named LuSiD productions. I would like to talk to you about this topic. As time has passed I have to work harder at lucidity in dreams but still works. Lucid dreams are a reality but it takes work. Maybe a little easier with some sensory filters removed with hallucinogenics. Hope you don't think this is crazy but I stand by my word, the 90's are gone and I am am a RE agent in so call so take it at face value. If you ever want a take on this issue contact me. Just by email, not twitter or Facebook have to keep up appearances:)) Thanks. Dan.
I really enjoy your show. But would someone please tell the man/woman behind the sound effects buttons that they're getting a little too crazy with the cheeze-whiz? I think it cheapens the level of authority in your show. I understand the attempt to make the show more palatable for a wider range audience, but I fear you may be alienating the ones who really want to listen (Translation: You're pissing us off).
THANK YOU for the warning about explicit sexual content. I know some people don't mind listening to such things, but it really affects me and I'm better off not putting it in my head. So I am very grateful that you mentioned it, and I could move on and select another episode.
I love radiolab! Please do an episode about art therapy if you haven't already. YEs!
The liner notes of the great Appalachian folksinger, Jean Ritchie, describes a village game from her ancestral home in England where a yearly 'game' is played which creates a 'greater identity' of the entire village with a vibrancy and liveliness unlike any other Ms. Ritchie has ever experienced. Her description is worth reading a hundred times. See her 'album,' None but One. That song--none but one--is about the entity created. bob minder
I have always been curious...in the introduction the final phrase which I believe is supposed to be "...at NPR" is actually "age NPR" or "H NPR". Cant put my finger on the actual phonetics, but I gotta ask: is this an inside joke? What is the reason that this is said in this manner? Listeners want to know!!!
I am randomly harvesting your old episodes and I am in the middle of Musical Language 24/09/07. At exactly the same time I am creating a poster for Igor Stravinsky's ballet, The Rite of Spring. I am a graphic design student and this poster is an assignment for an upcoming symphony. You spend a good portion of this podcast discussing the riot that occurred during the debut of this music in 1913. This is one of the most definite instances of personal Stochasticity. Thank-you
Jad sounds so sad during this episode.
Oh and BTW, my mother is 79 years old.
Just listed to the podcast of this last week. Then this week, my mother invited me to a "meetup" for Flemish speaking people.
Isn't it odd that kind of thing happens...you just hear about something, look it up on the internet and then your MOTHER invites you to the same thing? Maybe you should do a topic about coincidences...
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