The Overnightscape Underground

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Sunday, November 6, 2011

The Overnightscape 833: Dark Artwork of a Corporation (11/6/11)

1:43:20 -  Lever House aquarium art “Land Mind”, giant woman statue, braided pipes, bagel mistake, “Oceana” plaza in my personal mythos, Christmas lights, George Bush, 08/08/08, 11/11/11, numerology, Portable Night, physical representations of media, Velcro, Pearl Jam, The Carrie Michel Show, Culttastic, The Overnightscape Central, Uniqlo, the word “city”, a visit to MoMA, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana pinball art, George Segal, Betty Nora, levels of content, Museum Garden III, cheese coin update, elevator confusion, healthy-looking tourists, 8:30 AM Sunday morning in The Overnightscape Studio, studio setup, Samson G-Track microphone, FedFlix video “Energy – The American Experience”, channel strips and audio processing, Samson Meteor, proximity effect, Fuzzy Daupner song “Some In The Woods”, mainstream entertainment, the joy of sharing your talent, the sad vision of fame, Rolling Stone, Eddit Murphy, mind control victims, Venture Brothers Season 4 Trailer making fun of podcasting, The Morton Downey Jr. Show, Pat Buchanan, the joy of cheap production values, alien tunnels, Benjamin Franlkin, listener email, Special When Lit – A Pinball Documentary (2009), Visual PinMame, Disco Fever (1978), Roller Disco (1980), Tilt: The Battle to Save Pinball (2008), Pick-up Summer (1980) (original title: “Pinball Summer”), front of a car in an arcade with a DJ projected onto the windshield, Andy Rooney dead at age 92, Once Upon A Time (new TV show), the store “Middle Earth” that used to be in Montclair, NJ, lack of information on stores of the past, and energy. F1761

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posted by Frank at 8:15 am filed in Frank,Nov11  

1 Comment »

  1. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about the “Podcasting as a Punchline” thing. I’ve only been doing this since last year, and already enjoy it — for all its problems and pitfalls — more than anything else I’ve ever taken up in my spare time. It’s a medium that’s so open to experimentation, and it’s really a shame that folks dismiss it with laughter and mean spirits. I think you’re right: so many people thought it was going to bring them money and fame, and what they didn’t realize the whole time was that it is something to be thought of as a hobby, which should bring happiness first and foremost to the person broadcasting, and then to the small but devoted fan base who appreciates podcasting — for genuine reasons — as much as the artist. Needless to say, I love this show, and I would probably not be inspired to keep doing it and trying to get better at it without all the moral support at the Overnightscape Underground. Thanks again!

    Comment by Mike — November 7, 2011 @ 4:09 pm

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