NPR has put together a very nice list of ways in which you may be affected by the health care overhaul.
According to a sub-story from Nation X #1 called ‘RoadTrip’, X-Men Wolverine and Nighcrawler as also fans of yuppie-favorite radio show, This American Life. This worries me because if I have to compete against Jean Grey for the love of Ira Glass, I’ll never win. View Image ›
Finally, a classic radio show that follows a morning zoo format, adding a little “jelly to the tart” (a.k.a. fart noises). Now if only Delilah would pull out the boob jokes, we might finally start listening to the radio again! Watch Video ›
The NPR guy totally has a mustache and a skullcap. Who knew? Please please please let Diane Rehm look like Brooke Hogan. Google Image Search, don’t fail me now! View Media ›
From an awesome NPR story: “Some of the greatest minds in national security have turned their attention to a classic problem: When there is one dominant power, the rest of the world tries to challenge it. That’s what happened to Britain in the 19th century and to the United States today. The same thing is happening in the world of rap.”
More sophisticated than your porn star name or your drag queen name, your NPR name will give you the whimsical gravitas to command the allegiance of an army of liberals.
A free 10-song sampler of artists featured by NPR Music at the South by Southwest festival.
NPR profiles Brian Greenstone, a computer game designer who’s adapted his work for the iPhone. He talks about how the iPhone app store created a level playing field for game designers. And how he’s really rich now.
National Public Radio has a launched a social networking element to their site, which builds upon their noticeably aggressive (and successful) foray into accruing digital prowess with free podcasts and downloads. While it’s all well and good, we’re still waiting for a Carl Kasell video blog. Read More ›
It started on radio, moved to television, and now it’s going live: Tonight, This American Life will be broadcast live from a New York stage to movie screens across the country. If we know Ira Glass (and we do), there are going to be a lot of panties thrown on-stage at this show. Flannel-clad hipster chicks have, indeed, found their Elvis. Read More ›