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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1511 – Generation X (6/15/10 Tue) 29.34

Frank Nora Show 1511 – Generation X (6/15/10 Tue) 29.34 (1:08:41 / 63 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground ( – June 2010 – Track 34
Frank in NYC. The new book by Mark Twain, The United Nation, healthy lunch, sticks and twigs, The American Adventure in EPCOT, Benjamin Franklin, cigars, Riverworld, protesters, country names, Will Vinton’s Mark Twain movie, stop-motion animation, Tom Sawyer, Geddy Lee voice, Huckleberry Hound, events converge, people get fired from the company named after them, fame, replacement, messiahs, stats on the site, Midnight Cassette System, Rockefeller Center, 1511 – a prime and happy number, new Roland R-05 recorder, recording techniques, dreamlike magazine, scammers, horror/comedy movies, The Stuff, An American Werewolf in London, BMW event in Times Square, old celebrities that are younger than me, Celine Dion, Buckethead, in a store in a dream in the future, Full Frontal, Timecode, Fender Franken-Bucket guitar, mass of Buckyballs, early white vienna kohlrabi, cardboard box, a web page for the show, quotes, the theory that Generation X is the most innocent and sheltered generation, Kevin Smith, the dystopian future, naked pictures, and the Internet.
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posted by Frank at 3:11 pm filed in FN,Frank,Jun09,nyc,ramplers  


  1. Frank, what is the preferred bit-rate for ONSUG submissions?

    Comment by Neal — June 15, 2010 @ 11:39 pm

  2. I do my shows at 128kbps, joint stereo – so that is the preferred format. Up till a few months ago I was converting everything to this format. However, recently I decided to allow different bitrates as long as the file sounds decent.

    Comment by Frank — June 16, 2010 @ 3:23 am

  3. I can’t quite figure out which generation I belong to. I have the Star Wars connection, but I was born about 10 years later than you, Frank. In fact, I was born only a couple months before the movie hit theaters.

    I guess I’m really between generations, or at least how you described X and Y. I had a bit of the innocence, a bit of the Star Wars, some of the sneaking a peek at magazines I wasn’t allowed to look at, and a preview and head start on the similar things the Internet makes available practically instantly. Whatever it is, I just don’t belong anywhere.

    Comment by Israel Brown — June 22, 2010 @ 11:16 pm

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