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Options April 14, 2015: why isn't everyone reading jane austen?

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letha rodman melchior  taurus mountains/ mare nubium/bays of rainbows   Options shimmering ghost  siltbreeze        *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
georges auric  ost bonjour tristesse   Options ost bonjour tristesse            0:06:41 (Pop‑up)
Alessandro Alessandroni  comitato aziendale   Options Industrial by Alessandroni  finders keepers        *   0:10:58 (Pop‑up)
laurence vanay  soleil rouge   Options galaxies            0:12:24 (Pop‑up)
boudsemaa el ankis  chaou abdelkader /hassen said   Options youm el djemaa            0:16:42 (Pop‑up)
ibeyi  ghosts   Options ibeyi  xl recordings        *   0:28:04 (Pop‑up)
estelle & joni rewind  uptown top rankin'   Options An England Story -- From Dancehall to Grime: 25 Years of the MC in the UK            0:31:19 (Pop‑up)
syl johnson  everybody needs love   Options       7"      0:39:01 (Pop‑up)
delta 5  Now That You've Gone   Options singles and sessions 1979-81            0:41:41 (Pop‑up)
van kaye + ignit  excerpt from "toys"   Options a slight delay  dark entries  1981      *   0:45:54 (Pop‑up)
the sweetest ache  if i could shine   Options glass arcade v/a  sarah records     
  0:54:54 (Pop‑up)
ornella vanoni  il mio posto qual'e   Options ciao bella! italian girl singers of the 60's  ace        *   0:59:04 (Pop‑up)
sexteto occidente  candela , zayas-bazan   Options sones-vol II v/a            1:07:39 (Pop‑up)
deanna rocket  why i can't forget you   Options beehives & bumper bullets Country girls of the 1960's v/a            1:10:15 (Pop‑up)
Loretta Lynn And Conway Twitty  working girl   Options country soul sisters v/a            1:12:18 (Pop‑up)
Little Eva  dynamite   Options Modernists: A Decade of Rhythm & Soul Dedication  ace/kent          1:15:40 (Pop‑up)
bourbonese qualk  black madonna   Options 1983-1987  mannequin        *   1:17:27 (Pop‑up)
renee claude  le debut d'un temps nouveau   Options le debut d'un temps nouveau  barclay          1:21:15 (Pop‑up)
pollyester  cut diamond   Options city of O  disko B        *   1:23:37 (Pop‑up)
lia ices   tell me   Options ices            1:27:06 (Pop‑up)
the soft moon  try   Options deeper  captured tracks        *   1:31:00 (Pop‑up)
nirvana sitar & string group  house of the rising sun   Options born on the road/easy rider ost v/a  gear fab        *   1:35:10 (Pop‑up)
juliette greco  bonjour tristesse   Options             1:40:18 (Pop‑up)
tommy steele & the steelemen  will it be you?   Options Big Screen British Rock & Roll: Quiffs at the Flicks (V/A)  fantasic voyage        *   1:42:18 (Pop‑up)
charles mingus  moves   Options spiritual jazz 6: vocals v/a  jazzman        *   1:44:31 (Pop‑up)
mark mothersbaugh  lindbergh palace hotel suite   Options OST the royal tenenbaums            1:48:15 (Pop‑up)
luisa maita  ai vem ele   Options lero-lero            1:55:03 (Pop‑up)
Colleen  soul alphabet   Options captain of none  thrill jockey        *   1:59:35 (Pop‑up)
annette peacock  dreams ( if time weren't)   Options I Belong to a World That's Destroying Itself. (AKA Revenge)            2:11:38 (Pop‑up)
dennis young  overdub dub   Options reel to reel  Staubgold        *   2:15:41 (Pop‑up)
ariel karma  sister echo   Options am evolutionary music            2:17:29 (Pop‑up)
Jean Pierre Decerf  the orion belt   Options space oddities 1975-79  born bad        *   2:21:10 (Pop‑up)
arthur russell  soon-to-be innocent fun-let's see   Options world of echo            2:25:10 (Pop‑up)
the staple singers  too close   Options Will the Circle Be Unbroken  yeti/mississippi        *   2:33:52 (Pop‑up)
joe bataan  ordinary guy   Options young gifted and brown            2:39:28 (Pop‑up)
bal pare  natalie II   Options early recordings  medical records        *   2:46:22 (Pop‑up)
red saunders & his orchestra  summertime   Options jukebox mambo vol 2 v/a  jazzman        *   2:49:24 (Pop‑up)
r. weis  part II   Options parrot & paperback          *   2:52:38 (Pop‑up)
vetiver  current carry   Options complete strangers  easy sound        *   2:56:31 (Pop‑up)

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Avatar 9:03am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

First to post???
Avatar 9:03am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Mais oui! Formidable! Good morning Troublette!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05am Adrian in London:

Hello to all. I'm not reading jane Austen because I'm reading The Bat by Jo Nesbo; a crimer, but a good one. Sometimes you just want to sit down with something you can lose yourself in and that does the job.
Avatar 9:05am Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Trouble, and ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ. Good morning.
Avatar 9:08am Sem Chumbo:

I.m not reading Jane Austen 'cause I'm reading the Biography of John Adams, by David McCulloch. However, Austen and Adams lives overlapped and HE might have read her:-)
Avatar 9:08am Trouble:

good morning tuesday and all who inhabit it! it's dark, dark in the daytime here. i don't like it at all
Avatar 9:08am pierre:

Bonjour Trouble (and not tristesse) !
Avatar 9:10am d¢ pät:

I'm not reading Jane Austen because I'm trying to read about 80 other books at the same time. One of them is Codex Seriphinianus which you can't even read..
Avatar 9:10am d¢ pät:

wow this is just what I wanted to hear, how'd you know trouble?
Avatar 9:10am Marcel M:

Good morning
Avatar 9:11am d¢ pät:

AND great drawing..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am ausmanx:

i'm not reading Jane Austen because her books demonstrate the political awareness of a squirrel
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19am Webhamster Henry:

Good morning, Troubled ones!
Avatar 9:20am duke:

I'm not reading Jane Austen because I'm reading Consciousness and the Social Brain by Michale Graziano, and Supermen, First Wave Comicbook Heroes.
Avatar 9:21am Trouble:

i disagree ausmanx. her writings, ( from the late 18 century, mind you) are a perfect example of the personal is political. Her awareness of class and gender roles is mind boggling ahead of its time
  9:24am Claw!:

Howdy howdy howdy!
Good morning, Trouble and Troublees!
I'm not reading Jane Austen because I'm too busy reading the back labels of all my haircare products.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25am Andrew Waterloo:

I'm currently chipping away at Future Days.
Avatar 9:25am bobdoesthings:

  9:27am r i s k y:

Gorgeous Trouble. Thank you so much, this track is taking my to church (or mosque).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28am ausmanx:

well, i don't really expect much agreement, but i tend to think her treatment of class and gender borders on the bleeding obvious. her contemporaries were quite uninterested, and her status has risen as we find her more exotic. compared to what george eliot achieved just 50 years later, she seems a minnow to me. but that's not a very popular view these days.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30am thatpatsmith:

hey what a swell party!
Avatar 9:32am d¢ pät:

dammit...I have to read Middlemarch.
Avatar 9:33am Trouble:

today's art is by the queen: louise bourgeois
Avatar 9:34am PKNY:

Feeling this take on "Uptown Top Rankin", nice version!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35am MD:

Avatar 9:37am bobdoesthings:

@MD - Supposedly a typo.. they meant "scrappy"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37am MD:

Iconoclastic is more like it!!! WFMU SMASHING THE NPR ICONS EVERYDAY!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38am Mark the Sardine:

Anyone who calls WFMU "crappy" has revealed him or herself, in fact, to be crappy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39am Ken From Hyde Park:

Scrappy Doo? The unpopular cartoon character?
Avatar 9:40am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

I'll take crappy over boring any day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am Tome:

Good DJ Trouble and everyone.. and some say that "we're " the "finger pointers " .. ..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am Tome:

..... Morning ......
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am ausmanx:

hey pat, Middlemarch seems indeed a towering work of genius, but she's a bit out of fashion. we probably need a Netflix adaptation. but i'm not sure GE lends herself to TV and cinema, which of course accounts for the vogue
  9:45am Daniel:

Middlemarch, now there's a book for grownups! No need for a movie or whatever. It just is what it is.
Avatar 9:45am d¢ pät:

YEAH Delta 5!

Actually @ausmanx, all my smart friends have read or seem to be reading Middlemarch now. I didn't join in before because of comment at 9:10. But this conversation has moved that book up my mental list...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45am Tome:

.... warm feelings in the past I've gotten when a buddy of mine , used to say "oh listening to that again" ,, then seeing the same buddy ,, like 4 years latter and , just looking at him,, ie.. relaxed , easy going not so uptight anymore , then ask him.. "what's up I see you actually smiling ?" , then him replying " new place ( blah blahblah,, ) , oh you know I really dig that station you ,,used to listen to " ..
Avatar 9:46am d¢ pät:

wow, this cut is particularly Go4ish
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Greg from Bloomfield:

Morning Trouble and all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Ken From Hyde Park:

This being National Library Week, why not go pick out something enjoyable to read? One could also acknowledge National Poetry Month with a book of verses.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Rick from SC:

this sounds like a female Gang of Four
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48am Webhamster Henry:

Louse Bourgeois had a nice retrospective at the Storm King Art Center (Sculpture Park) in 2007 - it was a great place for her really big spiders etc. She was still alive then too.
  9:52am sugarwolf:

I am reading Danubia. It's good!
Avatar 9:53am kwhitehead:

I love me some Jane Austen but am reading Paul Beatty's The Sellout. Audacious and funny.
Avatar 9:54am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

I was really lucky to see the Louise Bourgeois retrospective at the Pompidou in Paris when I went on a trip there in 2008. Really wonderful. Maybe it was the same show Webmaster Henry? Love the Storm King too. Calder's sculptures sit well there.
Avatar 9:54am d¢ pät:

This van kaye + ignite piece is amazing...
Avatar 9:54am βrian:

I think Jiang Qing was the only female in the Gang of Four.
Avatar 9:55am d¢ pät:

her and Sara Lee Brian...
Avatar 9:57am βrian:

Oh *that* Gang of Four ...
Avatar 9:58am βrian:

The boat whistle's blowing over the isthmus today — a sure sign of warmer weather
Avatar 10:00am Trouble:

i'm reading northanger abbey right now (along with interperteer of maladies by jhumpa lahiri) and I am just really struck by the sass that jane austen presented to the world of 1799.
Avatar 10:01am Kevlicki:

Sara Lee was my landlord when I lived in Kingston about 12 years ago. She's pretty rad. Thankfully part of a different cultural revolution..
Avatar 10:01am d¢ pät:

Landlord?? freakin capitalist!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Webhamster Henry:

@ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ Here's how old I am - I was at the Pompidou Center on the day it opened!

It looks like Storm King has some good stuff coming up . Also, as Trouble's Facebookly personality pointed out, there's going to be a great cooperative show at both Fred. Church's Olana and the Thomas Cole's Cedar Grove.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Priscilla:

Mi piace molto!
Avatar 10:03am pierre:

Ornella Vanoni made a bossa nova album with Vinicius da Moraes, I recommend it
Avatar 10:04am Brian in UK:

Hello Trouble and book crunchers.

That sweetest ache had enough jingle jangle to last clear through to late Summer.
  10:08am sugarwolf:

I never made it to the Pompidou center. It was either closed for refurbishment or closed because of strikes
Avatar 10:09am Brian in UK:

Just finished 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Kept me up to two in the morning. Canny.
  10:09am sugarwolf:

There are probably pix somewhere of a wee sugarwolfpuppy playing amongst the sculptures at Storm King
Avatar 10:13am pierre:

@ ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ : you're in Paris and you don't warn me !? I'm sad…
Avatar 10:13am pierre:

great great selection of music chère Trouble !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am Rob & Katie:

Lovely stuff from Sexteto Occidente! And speaking of lovely - we're so sad Trouble that we will be away and will have to miss the Sarah Records screening Friday and the spirit of Sarah concert on Saturday at Monty Hall (www.wfmu.org...). But everyone, you don't want to miss the screening or the concert - grab your tickets before they're gone! Get 'em at wfmu.org... !
Avatar 10:15am Sem Lynn-Twitty:

Didn't get the vocal talents of either parent. Dang.
Avatar 10:16am d¢ pät:

did you know if Twiggy married Conway Twitty, her name would be Twiggy Twitty? Sorry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:16am MD:

But Dad...It's Conway and Loretta!!!!
Avatar 10:19am Trouble:

thanks pierre! for the suggestion et les bon mots!
Avatar 10:19am Trouble:

sorry to hear rob and kaite! but we all need to escape JC at some point, if only for a few days
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21am coelacanth:

hello Trouble and Troubled

hmm.why'm i not reading Jane Austen..? i forgot.
..."pride and prejudice" is on my list though.
Avatar 10:21am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

@Webmaster Henry - wow! How cool is that? I had a longing to go there when I was learning French in high school. Glad I finally made it!
What is coming up at Storm King?
@Pierre - I wish I had known you in 2008! I would have definitely made a WFMU meetup with you.
Avatar 10:22am Brian in UK:

@d¢ pät her real name is Lesley Hornby. She could be Les Twitty, well know French juggling circus clown.
Avatar 10:25am pierre:

ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ, next time !
Avatar 10:27am bobdoesthings:

I can't tell if this singer is asking or telling me the lyrics.. (pollyesteR)
Avatar 10:28am Claw!:

Buenos dias, Fish!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32am coelacanth:

Hola Bear!! how's your move coming?
i hope you're less stressed than you were.
Avatar 10:38am bobdoesthings:

I need a sitar version of life please
Avatar 10:39am Claw!:

*sigh* The stress has been coming in waves. Last week was overwhelming. This weekend was amazing and really got me lifted. Now there's some other major crap I have to deal with this week. When it rains, it pours, yeah?
Gonna start moving some things into the new spot on Saturday, so that's good, I suppose. Bitch, bitch, bitch... I don't think I'm gonna be able to swing the record fair, which is a huge bummer. My birthday is in couple days, but it's gonna feel like just another day this year. I need a vacation.
Avatar 10:39am Claw!:

Trouble, you have been on fire today! Great stuff!
Avatar 10:41am Claw!:

I was just on the DC metro on Saturday. Were you here for the Cherry Blossoms, Trouble?
Avatar 10:41am d¢ pät:

contrary to popular belief, DC Metro blows. I stay away from that and the buses as much as possible. And the cherry blossoms...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:41am Greg from Bloomfield:

As a designer with at least *some* eye for typography, I say GOD YES.
Avatar 10:41am thedunkel:

Avatar 10:42am bobdoesthings:

hmmm yupp.. as a retoucher/photo person.. I'm hyper critical of all ads/prints I see.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42am Ken From Hyde Park:

Happy birthday, Claw! From a fellow Apriller.
Avatar 10:42am Kevlicki:

@brian in UK
Thanks for the literary suggestion. It sounds interesting despite the Wikipedia mentry mentioning the at Anarchists are portrayed negatively. I still am miffed by Hemingway's writings in For whom the Bell tolls.
  10:42am Susan C.:

Yes! I am constantly redesigning the world! It's a problem. My eye seeks harmony and innovation. Does no one else see it?? Help!
Avatar 10:43am Claw!:

Aw, thanks, Ken. :) And a happy birthday to you as well.
Avatar 10:43am bobdoesthings:

although bad photoshopping on subway ads are humorous to me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am coelacanth:

Bear! you make me sad. i want to help but you're pretty far from me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am Andrew Waterloo:

I want redesign things, but i also wonder why things get done the way they get done, because I'm empathetic to how different the designer's perspective was.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am adrian in mpls:

@Claw! - sorry to hear about the stress. hopefully the waves settle down soon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am Greg from Bloomfield:

@thedunkel: LOVE IT!
@bob: I love Photoshop Disasters.
Avatar 10:45am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Trouble - oh if only we could wipe away what was and replace it with a more efficient and streamlined, modern version. But alas, we have to build on top of what was, which tends to be wobbly and ready to topple. The best answer I can come up with is to wait and leap frog over falied things in order to get something better.
Side note - favorite cartoon in the New Yorker:
Avatar 10:45am pierre:

As a graphic designer, I must say, I have not opinion, I like when anybody designs its own ways.
But I also must add that there is this tendency in graphic design nowadays of using codes of non graphic designers to do proper graphic design, same goes with drawings…
Avatar 10:48am d¢ pät:

actually I like the DC Metro stations for the most part. They are dark, but the texturized tunnels and lighting is a bit theatric to me.
Avatar 10:49am d¢ pät:

but it you want to actually get somewhere, forget it.
Avatar 10:49am bobdoesthings:

Royal Tennenbaums!
Avatar 10:50am Claw!:

Thanks Adrian. I'm definitely in need of some placid waters.

Yeah, Fish, I've been kind of a bummer lately. I'm trying to stay positive, but god damn, one can only fake the funk for so long. BUT - I did get my tickets to see Weird Al in June, so at least I have that to look forward to.
Avatar 10:51am chromaphone:

I wonder why Mothersbaugh doesn't score Anderson's films anymore.
Avatar 10:52am Trouble:

hey thedunkel!! thanks for the bird email, except ther was no bird sounds link in the maikl, but thanks for thinking of me anywho!!
Avatar 10:55am Trouble:

nice one jennique! re dc metro: I just thought perhaps they could use some newer higher wattage bulbs, at the very least. and o the signage: awful/non existent!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am coelacanth:

Bear!, no deathfest?
...are you near chantilly?
Avatar 10:55am chromaphone:

I can't wait to return to this spot to record birds this spring (so many species are in this brief recording from one morning last year): soundcloud.com...
  10:57am Listener Gregory:

I've heard that Mark Mothersbaugh piece as background music in Bethany Ryker's Stochastic Hit Parade and A440 shows for years and never knew what it was. At last my Enquiring Mind can relax!
Avatar 10:59am Claw!:

No, no Deathfest. :( I really wanted to see Yob and Ufomammut, but it ain't gonna happen. It's no longer in my budget. Are you coming out here for Deathfest??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am Andrew Waterloo:

Deathfest sounds interesting
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am coelacanth:

no. i hope to see ufomammut in brooklyn. but last week i considered looking at a bike in chantilly-wherever that is...it looks like it sold already.
Avatar 11:03am d¢ pät:

yeah, I'm not going to defend dc metro--they should blow it all up and start again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:05am Adrian in London:

Really like this Colleen album. I'm seeing her in a church in London next month. Looking forward to it.
Avatar 11:06am Claw!:

Chantilly is roughly 45 minutes away from me, but I'm used to drives like those. Shit. Well, if it hasn't sold, you should let me know if you might still make it out this way!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am common:

good day trouble and you all!
  11:07am Dean:

Viola da gamba is an ancestor of the guitar, even though gambists play it like a 'cello.
Avatar 11:07am d¢ pät:

viol de gamba is a fretted cello basically.
Avatar 11:08am d¢ pät:

*violA de gamba
Avatar 11:08am Claw!:

Hey common!
Avatar 11:09am kwhitehead:

Kid Congo works at Som!
Avatar 11:10am Marcel M:

Damn clam currency!
Avatar 11:10am Claw!:

District clams
Avatar 11:11am d¢ pät:

NA Museum has good food too. Really good if you eat dead animals from what I hear.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:13am Priscilla:

Whenever I hear DC Metro now I think of House of Cards
  11:15am listener marc:

National Museum Trouble?
  11:16am Dean:

@d¢ pät: For DC dining I am a huge fan of Obelisk on Dupont Circle. Haven't been in a few years, sadly, but when I'm in DC I make my reservation there.
Avatar 11:21am Kevlicki:

Trouble, the next time you're in Gowanus you should come by Interference Archive. We're an all volunteer run exhibition space and archive. just a block south of the bell house. We collect the "cultural production of social movements"
I have a feeling its up your alley.
Avatar 11:21am Trouble:

we ate lunch by the mall at a korean taco truck: tofu tacos with kimchi: it was super.
  11:22am Mark:

This Ariel Karma stuff is pretty friggin' groovy, I have to say.
Avatar 11:23am Trouble:

that looks very cool kevlicki! thanks for the heads up! i will come on by
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am coelacanth:

yeah it's gone,Bear!. it's crazy talk anyway; i've got my own (family)crisis to deal with these days.
-if i don't find what i want by june,then i may consider travelling that far for it. (though i have a habit of justifying impractical actions by finding a second reason for doing them!)
Avatar 11:23am Claw!:

This "Orion Belt" cut is awesome!
Avatar 11:24am d¢ pät:

huh @Dean, never ate there. I'll have to think about that...

Dang! tofu tacos!! I gotta find that truck.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25am coelacanth:

Trouble, that dennis young track is the same as one on a Linton Kwesi Johnson album.
Avatar 11:26am Claw!:

Right on, Fish. Here's hoping your crisis is resolved quickly.
Avatar 11:27am Trouble:

dc pat, can't remember the name but it was parked on the side street right by the hirschorn
  11:27am Mark:

It certainly is a world of echo. Nice, though.
  11:27am Dean:

@Kevlicki: Do you know Bruce Hartford's SNCC Legacy Project? http://www.sncclegacyproject.org/ Also, the Bodleian Library at Oxford houses a really marvelous collection of ephemera (not strictly devoted to activism), the John Johnson of Printed Ephemera. It's pretty cool.
Avatar 11:27am Trouble:

@ dc pat, found it! www.yelp.com...
  11:28am Dean:

...Johnson *Collection* of Printed... http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/johnson
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am coelacanth:

so Bear!,when's your b'day?
  11:30am r i s k y:

Trouble, (not to be 'That guy') but have you seen the Arthur Russell documentary?
Avatar 11:30am d¢ pät:

thanks trouble, I'll look for it next time I find myself down there.
  11:30am Mark:

For some reason I've got a hankerin' for Korean tofu tacos with kimchi slaw now.
Avatar 11:32am d¢ pät:

they have brick and mortar too: takorean.com
Avatar 11:32am Claw!:

It's on Thursday. At least I'll have the pleasure of it lining up with my favorite FMU day!
Avatar 11:32am Kevlicki:

@dean, I'm not familiar with that project but always excited to learn about other similar minded endeavors. Thanks
Avatar 11:33am d¢ pät:

Avatar 11:34am d¢ pät:

There are no food trucks outside, dammit! They never come out in the rain...
Avatar 11:34am Trouble:

risky: i just wrote it down on my hand, because the only time i think of it is when i play a cut here on tuesday. i shall rectify that b4 next week. my assignment!
  11:36am Dean:

@Kevlicki: Because Bruce's project involves extensive digitization, he has been active in the movement to develop best practices for orphan works, i.e., copyrighted works whose copyright owners are difficult or impossible to identify.
Avatar 11:37am βrian:

dc pat: They're lined up outside the library here. Shall I post a kimchi burrito?
Avatar 11:38am βrian:

I have a hunger for some edible ephemera.
Avatar 11:42am popsicornia:

*Really* enjoying this last set. Thanks.
Avatar 11:42am Claw!:

This version of "Ordinary Guy" sounds different from the one I'm used to! Interesting... I may have to look into this...
Avatar 11:43am Malcolm:

i love this bataan track :D
Avatar 11:43am Malcolm:

there is a 45 version of ordinary guy which is a bit rawer but I prefer it
Avatar 11:46am Claw!:

The version I'm familiar with is way more salsa-y. And the lyrics are a little different too.
  11:47am Kevlicki:

@dean, I'm curious how he manages that! We get plenty of materials that are "unauthored" or unknown, (posters buttons etx
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am coelacanth:

Bear!,you're aries- (no wonder you're badass!) you'll power through!
...last night my only high school friend i still know called. we talked for 3 hours (being on the phone 10 minutes is unusual for me)...his birthday is today. very strong-willed guy.
Avatar 11:48am Claw!:

Damn, I just went ahead and favorited this whole program. Been starring so many songs today... Really great stuff.
Avatar 11:48am Malcolm:

yeah sounds like the 45 version i think... slightly faster tempo
  11:48am Kevlicki:

Dean, we also don't claim ownership or control over any of the artworks or images in our collections and tell visitors they must seek out proper permissions for reproductions of anything
Avatar 11:50am Claw!:

Nice, Fish! Yeah, those catch-up conversations out of the blue can go on and on! How long had it been since you last spoke with him?
  11:50am Dean:

@Kevlicki: Start here: http://www.cmsimpact.org/fair-use/best-practices/statement-best-practices-fair-use-orphan-works-libraries-archives

Chances are you do own the objects you've collected, but you might not own reproduction, distribution, or adaptation rights. I met Bruce at an event in preparation of the Best Practices linked above. He seems not so risk averse when it comes to this question. If somebody sends him a credible take-down notice, he'll comply.
  11:51am sharon ve:

killing it today, trouble! thank you! you're the soundtrack to packing right now. xo
Avatar 11:52am bobdoesthings:

oh man.. bunch-a-clicky-stars over here.. many thanks trouble! great show
Avatar 11:53am Summertime Chumbo:

Thanks, Trouble. See you later.
Avatar 11:53am Trouble:

hey sharon!! good to hear form you: merci!!
Avatar 11:54am Trouble:

merci and thanks to everyone for the good conversations and the tuning in
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am coelacanth:

he and his lady had a cabin for a week in september about 1-1/2 hours north of me,so i drove up,since that's a lot closer than ashville,nc,where he lives. i hadn't seen him for 16(?) years before that- and only spoke a few times.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Ken From Hyde Park:

Between non-working wifi at the gym and being at work, I haven't gotten to listen much to the show, but nice to hang on the comments board today. Have a super week, folks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

"listen to much of the show"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am coelacanth:

see ya Ken!
Thanks Trouble!
ciao peeps.
Avatar 11:59am ᏠЄႶႶỊѺµЄ:

Is this yacht rock?
Avatar 11:59am Claw!:

Man, that's really cool. Those friendships where you can go ages without seeing someone, yet you can talk and hang out like no time has passed at all. That must've been sweet. :)

Thanks, Trouble!
Avatar 12:00pm Claw!:

Later, Fish! <3
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