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Hiber-Nation 49 -- Wild Animals I Have Known -- SILVERSPOT: The Story of a Crow by Ernest Thompson Seton K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Wild Animals I have Known, by Ernest Thompson Seton

"Silverspot, the Story of a Crow"



Show Theme: Pachelbel's "Canon in D" from Owen Poteat.

Book Themes: "Sovereign" and "Porch Blues" from Kevin MacLeod.


Direct download: GGHN0049.mp3
Category:Story -- posted at: 5:00pm CDT
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Where's them Podcasts? I recently migrated all my Feedburner feeds over to the systems at Google.  In the process, some of the feeds got broken, in particular if you subscribed via feeds.grizzlysgrowls.com, rather than feeds.feedburner.com.  Just found out it was broken today, and that appears to be fixed now.   Tell me if there are problems.

In the process of poking around on Libsyn while researching that, I found out Libsyn had "misplaced" maybe 10 podcast files of the November episodes of Stories from the Hiber-Nation.  I re-uploaded copies from my archives, and hopefully those are all back working again.  Again, please, please tell me if you have problems.

In other news: The nice folks at the ET Seton Institute got a flash player installed in the Audio Books section on their site, playing my recordings of those two Seton books I'd recorded earlier.  Cool, huh?  They also requested one story in particular from yet another Seton book, "Lobo, the King of the Currumpaw," from "Wild Animals I Have Known."  PBS recently did an episode of "Nature" about that particular story, and the Institute had been getting a surge in traffic due to interest in that show.

I'd already recorded and posted the first part of "Flatland," no help for that.  After much uncertainty, I decided to make Hiber-Nation 48 the first part of "Wild Animals," including "Lobo."  What will happen with 49 and so on?

I can't decide what's the right thing to do about all this.  Opinions would be greatly appreciated -- put "Flatland" on hold and finish "Wild," put "Wild" on hold and finish "Flatland," or alternate between the two?  Flatland is gonna be maybe 23 shows, if I keep episodes short.  Wild would be better, I think, with each of the 8 stories complete in an episode, with one down already.  So I'm leaning toward doing "Wild" first.  But I still don't know.

Hope there hasn't been too much confusion for everybody.  We'll return to our Regularly Scheduled Programming, already in progress, some time soon now.

Thank you for your patience.

Griz



Category:general -- posted at: 10:07pm CDT
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Hiber-Nation 48 -- Wild Animals I Have Known -- LOBO: King of the Carrumpaw by Ernest Thompson Seton K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Wild Animals I have Known, by Ernest Thompson Seton

PREFACE

"Lobo, King of the Carrumpaw"

Sorry for any confusion; had to get this recorded for the ET Seton Institute.  They requested it for a player they have set up on their site, that plays the earlier two Seton books I'd recorded.  (Cool, huh?)  I figure, while I'm at it, I'll record the rest of the book, and get back to "Flatland when that's done.

Thanks for your patience!

Griz

Show Theme: Pachelbel's "Canon in D" from Owen Poteat.

Book Themes: "Sovereign" and "Porch Blues" from Kevin MacLeod.


Direct download: GGHN0048.mp3
Category:Story -- posted at: 5:00pm CDT
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Hiber-Nation 47 -- Flatland Part 1 Sections 1 & 2 K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

"Flatland, a Romance of Many Dimensions," by Edwin Abbott Abbott.

HINT:  This is not necessarily about what you think it's about.  When he says "Many Dimensions," he means "Many Dimensions."

A Note to the Listener (from me)

Part 1 -- This World

Section 1 -- Of the Nature of Flatland

Section 2 -- Of the Climate and Houses in Flatland

Show Theme: 
"Canon in D" from Owen Poteat.

Book Theme: "Friendly Day" from Kevin MacLeod.




Direct download: GGHN0047.mp3
Category:Story -- posted at: 5:00pm CDT
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Episode 82 -- Socialized K7 Comment Line: 206-350-6909

Part 1 -- Looking to the Future

Becoming a Displaced WorkerBecoming a Media Studies student - almost.  Becoming a Medical Transcription student - almost.  Aspergers, driving, job interviews, conversations & eye contact.

Promo: Jonathan Santlofer's "Anatomy of Fear"

Part 2 -- Critical Mass

Just went over 200 followers on Twitter.  Still no idea why; might be the Promos.  Might be the reviews of Terry Fallis' "The Best Laid Plans."  (Congrats on the Stephen Leacock Award for Humour, by the way.)  Might be mistaken identity.

Promo: Matthew Wayne Selznick's live concert

Part 3 -- Actual Value

Twitjoy and Twitter.  Amazon.  My new Cafe Press store.  The Teddy Bear.  The Pillow.  Sales.  Mom.

Promo:  The "Tick" PSA

And Finally...

IDSL:
  "A Tiny Jaws" from Laredo Parish from Minneapolis Minnesota.

Themes: "Hot Swing" and "Continue Life" from Kevin MacLeod


Direct download: grizz082.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:13am CDT
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