Tag Archive: Radio

Linux Reality

EDIT: As of March 26, 2008 the Linux Reality podcast had its 100th and final episode. The series is really great and any user new to Linux will enjoy nearly every episode in the series. The IRC Channel (#linuxreality on irc.freenode.net) and the forums are still quite active. Cheers Chess, you were great and it’s …

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How Silicon Valley got its start in Radio

From the San Francisco Chronicle: There is this myth that Silicon Valley was all orchards when the chip companies arrived, but it’s not true. It had been building, building for a long time,” said Christophe Lécuyer, a Stanford-trained historian who turned his dissertation into a book, “Making Silicon Valley.” Lécuyer, now an economic analyst with …

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A Prairie Home Companion comes to RSS.

While I thought the movie was just “ok”, I really do enjoy the radio show and I thought it’d be worth making a blog entry. I’ve always enjoyed NPR programming and a Prairie Home Companion offers a calming, warm, well . . . prairie-feeling, if there ever was such a thing. Garrison Keillor’s voice is …

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Receiva: Listen to radio stations from all over the world.

Reciva brings the world of Internet radio into your home. They provide access to an extremely diverse range of Internet radio stations from around the world, with broadcasts from nearly every country on the planet. The radio stations are indexed and can be searched by genre or country. They also provide live and on-demand (“listen …

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Radio Lab

I thoroughly enjoy NPR and all its programming. It’s a cut above most of the media out there. A relatively new program called Radio Lab delves into the kinds of topics that mystify all of us: Time, Sleep, Death, Morality, Music, Space, etc. I’m often at work or asleep or otherwise busy when the program …

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