A very different show today because I am interviewing Bill Aho of Clear Play. They did not pay for an endorsement or offer any other benefit to me for this interview. I just really like what they’re doing.
Podcasts Mentioned in the show:
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3 Blind Mice’s Good Grief
Jonathan Coulton’s Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow
Seasons 1-4 of The Radio Adventures of Doctor Floyd
A 1 Year Membership to Dr. Floyd’s Imagination Nation
An Apple iPod Shuffle
A Marware USB Travel Dock for the iPod Shuffle
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I read a poem written by my great grandmother, Lavinia Johnston. Here it is:
This poem was written sometime in the 1960s when my great grandmother was in her 70s or 80s.
Website of the Week
This video is at Youtube and is titled “The Day They Took God Out Of The Schools”
Podcast of the Week
Of course, it the Dancing With Elephants podcast!