One of our favorite and most-listened-to podcasts on the web today is the Psychedelic Salon, created and maintained by Lorenzo. The Salon features the most mind-boggling and insightful recordings from the elders of the psychedelic society such as Terence McKenna, Rupert Sheldrake, Ralph Abraham, Timothy Leary, Bruce Damer, and a host of others. Some of the best recordings come from the Palenque Norte lectures and his Burning Man materials.
Lorenzo has also released a gripping semi-autobiographical audiobook, The Genesis Generation, which has the quality of being listened to an infinite number of times and still gleaning new information.
Check out Salon and The Genesis Generation now!
The above cats represent more than 66 pounds of fur. They represent an idea. Shut Up And Listen has expanded to a point where we think we can offer our listeners even more entertainment for their valuable time invested in their subscription.
Put simply, we want more shows on our feed. If you’ve been listening to Shut Up And Listen and feel like you’d be right at home podcasting next to us, drop us an email and let us know! We can help you conceptualize, start recording, and produce your podcast!
The best part is your new or old show will be included in our feed, meaning you have a built-in audience!
Lorenzo, over at the Psychedelic Salon announced a poster contest.
This is my entry.
Visit Garage Games’ website here.
Read a great developer interview concerning the game at Garage Games Blog Developer Interview Series.
Marble Blast Mobile walks a fine balance between being a casual game and keeping elements that immerse more in-depth gamers. I’ve never had the patience (or hand eye coordination) to stick with action-puzzlers, but MBM somehow wrangled me in and I finished the game in one night. It uses some very clever power-ups to keep level design interesting, my favorite being the gyrocopter, which lets you fly your marble short distances. Tapping your marble lets you jump over short obstacles.
I work for the local paper here in West Memphis, and this is basically all the building has been talking about in low voices today.Â Like basically everyone else here, Dr. Pierce has been my family doctor for aÂ while now.Â Even stranger,Â I had just brought up his name in conversation yesterday. Strange because I haven’t seen Dr. Peirce in at least a year because I, like so many, don’t have any kind of Health insurance.Â Oh well, I suppose there’s always the Coast to Coast Health Stop over by the truck stop, as seen below.
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Update: Apparently it was a hand grenade under the hood?Â I don’t know if I want to believe that kind of rubbish yet.
He is still alive, despite comments popping up on the internet.
Here are the pics I grabbed from our editor.
I said I’d post a new comic every once and a while.
Hey Apple, I saw a Blackberry commercial that boasted copy and paste functionality. Say it ain’t so?
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