Saturday, February 21, 2009

sun & moon playlist coming soon

oh my god my body aches so badly right now
last night was fun but at what cost
i've yet to put up any playlists from the show today
(pluralized because i normally post them here,, facebook, and wusc's official website)
dj o-ray / o-re / o-reigh / o'rey / ???? co-hosted with me today
that's all..... i'm going to sleep now until i don't feel as though my body's been tenderized

Sunday, February 15, 2009



Wednesday, February 11, 2009

u mean, lyke mii bl00000dy vAl3ntYne?

so, last week even before i had finished finalizing my Animal show playlist, i had decided my proceeding show would be themed around DEATH. forgot to announce that to my audience though at the end of last show. now, i decided this WITHOUT realizing that this show falls smack dab in the middle of Valentine's Day. oh boy oh boy, i guess i should theme it around love now?

how TRITE!

probably 90% of any arbitrary musical library consists of love songs, and
you can turn to any other radio station in columbia on valentine's day to hear them, but

from 2-4PM on 90.5FM

you'll hear two hours of songs about:

death, dying, homicide, suicide, genocide, the afterlife, the undead,
and everything else in between to tickle your fancy and provide some catharsis concerning that one constant that connects us all


Sunday, February 8, 2009

why've i got so many people around me designin shit? (or, COMMUNIcation)

"Design is culture, and so is science. Both science and design - forward motors, providers of perspective, guardians of beauty and truth in all of their shades and manifestations - are essential to progress. And a public awareness of science and design is a necessary tool to empower the positive collective feedback that we trust will help set the right substrate for creativity and innovation."

Paolo Antonelli curated the MoMA exhibit "Design and the Elastic Mind" in 2008, which "explored the myriad ways in which design has become an essential tool for visualizing, understanding, and manipulating the natural world, from the micro to the macro." And, she now writes a monthly column in SEED magazine on design and science.

I really think that notions of "left-brained" and "right-brained" people have gone the way of the dodo in the modern world.

Call it a sign of evolution?