1:43:00 – Garbage cans blocking the sidewalk, day off, new California king bed, Vince Guaraldi, George Winston album “December”, ringtone of “Jesus Jesus Rest Your Head”, the cathode ray tube, new little TV, coaxial misery, weird TV channels, old stuff, old dirty stores, movies playing now, HMV, new musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark”, The Secret Wars, Dazzler, review of the new Stereolab album “Not Music”, depressing article in Rolling Stone about Phil Collins, encountering Phil Collins, The Alamo, Texas history, Davy Crockett, New Jersey, slavery, library card, The Overnightscape Underground – rich in content but lacking in context, the nature of context, the “mental file”, a love of pop culture, new odd restaurant logo, memories of F&B, pizza truck, Creative Commons and the new relationship between artist and audience, sirens, JourneyQuest, Chipotle, Bathtub Gin, more on context, marketing and hype, cigars, limitation vs. abundance, virtual worlds, Overnightscape Central, website ideas, Ice Cube, compassion, bad logo contest, a Kinko’s became a Toys “R” Us, Kay-Bee, Iselin, virtual cities in CD-ROM magazines, guy wearing a dress, Myst, and one more siren.

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Attribution: by Frank Nora – more info at onsug.com

Released November 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

One Response to “Frank Nora Show 1606 – California King (11/18/10)”
  1. Neal says:

    Sounds like an old magazine article! Phil Collin’s covers album came out a month or two ago, and apparently is doing very well in the UK charts.

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