1:16:37 – Recovering deleted files, listening to random recovered Overnightscape segments, reviving old Macs and iPods, unexpected weird window into the past, crummy winter weather, ironic aspect of the slogan idea “Radio Undefined”, Chicken Over Veggies, Web 2.0, surprise announcement of BlogWorld East, Podcast Expo, marketing hype, selfish dreams, a mini resource-based economy, NYC podcasting scene, Times New Roman, Artifact Coins, little forgotten caffeine boosts, new NYC outdoor smoking ban, Doctor Who “Brigadier” actor died, kora, hammered dulcimer, tuning, analog synthesizers, American Idiot musical, Justin Guarini, learning the songs and dances of a Broadway show, performance and repetition, recording, setlists, the cruel entertainment industry, hippie architectue, the golden girl statue may remain, Dee Daa disappointment, vegetarian food, Indian food, depressing music in the afternoon, Grand Central Dining Concourse, ATM vestibule window, amazing constructs, the ceiling is the street, review of Artifact Coins by Ellusionist, magicians, decks of cards, coin magic, antique coins, magic message boards, pre-worn blue jeans and guitars, coin reeds, coin talk, cool little objects, Amadeus, Last Action Hero, went to  bingo hall and played bingo for the first time, non-profit organizations, Ladies Auxiliary, Dabbin’ Fever – The Winner’s Ink, the E-Max bingo computer, the complexities of bingo, the “Bingo Dog” song, the bingo system, hardway bingo, what is going on behind closed doors, the rules of bingo, distorted photocopy, and Bodoni.

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

Released February 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

3 Responses to “Frank Nora Show 1655 – Dabbin’ Fever (2/23/11)”
  1. Smidge says:

    Brigadier died??? Aww man! I wanted to see his return to the new DW series.

  2. PQ Ribber says:

    Its fine, somehow insisting that ‘Radio Undefined’ defines onsug seems like a cop-out, anyhow. Let’s define it somewhat!

  3. Frank says:

    Originally the slogan was a reference to the popular advertising word “redefined”, such as for a car ad – “Luxury Redefined”. So it was just a kind of general thing, showing that it was radio that does not conform to traditional ideas of radio. Then, last week, my view of it as being LITERALLY undefined was just me exaggerating how hard it has been to define. But in the end, I think it’s best to let go of that slogan altogether.

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