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312-DRY-TOFU – Wobbly Knees and Right on West State Street

312-DRY-TOFU - Free-form Question, Comment, Improvisation Voicemail Line

Here is another installment of the free-form question, comment and improvisational voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638). Give us a call to share your perspective on anything and everything! Tell us about your day, improvise a monologue about a local event, or sing us a song. If it can be captured on the phone, we want to hear it.

In this episode we hear a story of spending a lot of fecking time looking for a car, government robots standing in someone’s way, a review of a local comedy show at Jurassic Park, a story about the value of society, and directions for a 4.9 mile destination.

Please join us for the next episode by calling and contributing to 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638)!

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/drytofu/2012/themediacollective.org-312-DRY-TOFU-2012-01-22.mp3]

Download the insanity, 312-DRY-TOFU 2012-01-22 (6:58) in MP3 or Ogg.


Waiguoren on Rice – S01E01 – First Contact

Recently, one of our friends, Mike, moved to China as a volunteer in the Peace Corps. He has also started a blog of the same name, Waiguoren on Rice.

We managed to catch him on Skype and decided to record a netcast of our conversation. It went so well, we asked Mike if this could be a reoccurring show. He has tentatively agreed.

The music used in this episode, Chinese Blues by Moore and Gardner, was downloaded from the Free Music Archive. It was played from a 1916 George Gershwin piano roll. Lovely.

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/waiguorenonrice/S01/Waiguoren%20on%20Rice%20-%20S01E01.mp3]

In this episode we talked about:

Download Waiguoren on Rice – S01E01 – First Contact (11:28) in MP3 or OGG.

We like to give a pictorial presence to our reoccurring audio, so if you have any ideas for a logo, please let us know.

Update 1 – Sorry about the mouse clicking. We were recording outside of our computer and will not let that happen again. We will try and use Audacity to record all future Skype interviews.

Update 2 – Squatting toilets seem to be quite superior to regular sitting toilets. Amazing what you learn from other countries and Wikipedia.