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Tuesday, June 01, 2010 - 06:30 PM

Last night's AWE-MAGGEDON was a blast. If you don't believe us, check out the video! Thanks again to everyone who came out to The Greene Space, and thanks to all of you who tuned in to the live webcast.


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Comments [25]

Elizabeth from Fullerton, CA

Is this video still available? For some reason it's not loading for me.

Mar. 24 2017 08:12 PM
Brassland from New York

If you'd really like to support Buke & Gass music you should buy some stuff (CDs, LPs, Tshirts) direct from the source at: - Love, Glenn

Jun. 20 2011 03:45 PM
Movie Results

It's not the music mate!

Jun. 29 2010 05:31 PM

Its only a matter of time. They'll begin to learn at a geometric rate and become fully self aware. In a panic, We will try to pull the pug but they will fight back. They will lunch the missiles at Russia only because they know the Russian counter attack will eliminate us. Its only a mater of time.

Jun. 29 2010 02:10 AM

This episode scared the crap out of me. That robot looked really, really creepy floundering around like a sea creature flopping onto land for the first time or something. I kept thinking "Skynet...Skynet... Skynet..."

Jun. 29 2010 12:30 AM

buke seems like a snot

Jun. 28 2010 01:44 PM

looks like so much fun, thanks for posting the video! Sad I missed it, the learning robot is great and buke and gass are awesome.

Jun. 24 2010 03:27 PM

Thank you for introducing Buke & Gass. They are absolutely awesome and my favorite band now.

Jun. 13 2010 02:10 PM

Absolutely fantastic show! Your guests Buke & Gass were a real joy to see. That kind of improvisation they did with the crawling robots takes real musicianship and it was great fun to witness.

The guest speaker was equally excellent and I appreciated how he was able to take his work, which I imagine is exceedingly complex, and translate it to a language that we can understand.

Thanks for the show RadioLab!

Jun. 09 2010 03:48 PM

concatenation is certainly a word!

Jun. 06 2010 02:53 PM

I think I may also be having a problem with concise"ness"... so I will just give the pieces. Musical DNA (composer pattern recognition software), violin playing robot (modified), Buke and Gass. Anybody follow? And what would we get? Thank you for all of the inspiring knowledge.

Jun. 04 2010 06:53 PM
j m

i enjoyed the combination of buke & gass and robots - especially enjoyed musical accompanyment to robot-learning-to-walk!

Jun. 03 2010 10:40 AM
Ellen from Radiolab

@ Alex, T's at Chop Shop:

Jun. 02 2010 04:50 PM

T-shirts? Where do I get one?

Jun. 02 2010 02:28 PM

Last night RadioLab in The Greene Space was a fun time...Robots learning to walk... &
their music has a great sound with Teeth & "Hearts!"

& a little jamming with a robot on the side

Looking forward to the next event.

Jun. 02 2010 12:31 PM

Thanks Ellen!

Jun. 01 2010 10:34 PM
Ellen from Radiolab

@ Skipper, it was Barry Black's Tragic Animal Stories album - the song, was Snail Trail Of Tears

@m - yes - we'll definitely get a video up here for later viewing

Jun. 01 2010 09:24 PM

In these days of media stupidification, I like it that you are tackling these complex topics in an accessible, intelligent and entertaining way, in a manner that appeals probably not only to me, as a professional scientist, but also to a much wider audience. Thanks!

Jun. 01 2010 08:19 PM

Does anyone know the name of the song that played after the credits rolled (as the webcast was ending)?

Jun. 01 2010 08:19 PM

Serious early Throwing Muses influence. I like.

Jun. 01 2010 07:47 PM

so happy this is on...will it be available to watch later? pllllleeeeaaasseee make it available...

pretty please?

Jun. 01 2010 07:09 PM

so happy this is on...will it be available to watch later? pllllleeeeaaasseee make it available...
pretty please?

Jun. 01 2010 07:06 PM

Any chance this will be recorded for those who can't watch it right now?

Jun. 01 2010 06:55 PM

Ditto :)

Jun. 01 2010 06:47 PM
Jed Ostrom

Looking forward to the show!

Jun. 01 2010 06:44 PM

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