Including but not limited to: vague promises of wonderment, anecdotal miracles.
Here is the recording of last Friday night’s (2014-04-18) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click. Here is the same link actually spelled out, in case that helps allay any security fears: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71327982/KNYO_0073_MOTA_2014-04-18.mp3
And see below some links to other things to enjoy, things that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right, that might not necessarily work well on the radio but are nonetheless fascinating. I’m experimenting this time with allowing video embeds instead of merely providing links. If this way doesn’t work properly for you, or if you just prefer it the old way, let me know.
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore.
Vinyl terror and horror.
A 1926 experiment in television and also recording television.
Terence McKenna set to appropriate animated clips.
Infinite falling tone and infinite visual that both use the same gimmick. It’s actually just repeating every few seconds; you don’t have to feel obligated to watch the entire ten hours.
A valuable skill.
I’m so afraid they’ll hurt themselves, but it’s so interesting to watch. Especially the girl in the long dress.
“Danny! I’m gonna shift the bricks off ya if ya don’t come and get your tea!”
The shipyard on the other end. The end-of-life shipyard.
Vidcam drone flying through fireworks. With like Abba music, for some reason.
Test flight of a new VTOL rocket.
El corte magico.
Don’t sleep in rat-infested houses. That’s good advice. Mercury for syphilis, on the other hand, is not. So I guess health was kind of a crapshoot.
Ah, the future.
And the grave and statue of Harry L. Collins, the official corporate magician of Frito-Lay.