Here's the link to the article and my comment.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Here's what I posted on the Globe website, following Brad Wheeler's lame review:
Friday, April 23, 2010
RadioLab, a podcast out of New York, is an event. The free podcast does a very difficult thing: experiments with audio journalism, while keeping the content interesting and gripping. Here's their summary of the new show, Limits:
In this new hour of Radiolab, we journey to the edge of human limits to find out how much the body and brain can endure–from physically exhausting races, to mind-stretching memory competitions. And we’ll ask if there are limits to human scientific understanding…limits that machines and robots have already overcome.
His new album, Nice, Nice, Very Nice has been my go-to fave for months. I was worried the concert was going to let me down... But,... wow! He's even better live. And, he's Canadian!
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
This excellent documentary (audio-podcast) explores the issue. It raises the interesting question: can tourism and REAL community cohabit, or does Tourism necessarily kill the place that it brings people to...?
Listen to it on their site or download the podcast here >> BBC: Living with Tourists <<