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A blog of Radio 4. Not about Radio 4 but of it. We point to the bits we like, the bits you might have missed, the bits that someone might have sneakily recorded. Other speech radio from around the world will no doubt find its way here too.
First there was Speechification, which is a lot of excellent speech radio from around the world wrapped up in a podcast. Now thereâs Watchification….selecting the really good stuff from the BBC iPlayer, from the shows that appear on YouTube and - you
“This behaviour at the edge of unstability follows a random, inherant, unpredictable path over time, but does so within given limits (i.e. is boundedly unstable). The most common name associated with this behaviour is edge of chaos….specific behaviour that is inheritantly unpredictable over the long term but nevertheless has a recognizable pattern of structure.”—http://park.org/Canada/Museum/complexity/complex3.html
A moving and inspirational feature about an extraordinary humanitarian project to create a musical and artistic space in a hospital morgue. Sound artist Scanner (aka Robin Rimbaud) embarks on a remarkable personal and artistic journey of discovery.
anyone can start a blog. That’s the beauty of them. And most blogs will have a tiny audience because that’s all they were intended to have. Most bloggers don’t want to be “successful” - success to them is having a conversation with a few readers and other
âGiles Turnbull finds it hard to write a meaningful bio, despite being a professional writer for some 15 years now. Thatâs horrifying. Itâs frightening.â Yes, it is. Already, Iâve spent longer writing the bio than I did writing the article it is
“My understanding, though, is that this doesn’t really count because it’s a small state, much as Utah doesn’t count because there aren’t many Democrats there, DC doesn’t count because there are too many black people, Washington doesn’t count because it’s a caucus, Illinois doesn’t count because Obama represents it in the Senate even though Hillary was born there, Hawaii won’t count because Obama was born there. I’m not sure why Delaware and Connecticut don’t count, but they definitely don’t.”—Matthew Yglesias (February 10, 2008) - Maine for Obama (Politics)