NPR Does SF
Posted on July 22, 2006 Posted by John Scalzi 5 Comments
Passing along this e-mail I got from Rick Kleffel, editor of The Agony Column:
Thought I might mention that my report on the Singularity for NPR is going to run this Sunday, near the end of the second hour — Vernor Vinge and Cory Doctorow on NPR! If enough folks respond, NPR will commission more SF reportage.
Finally, a reason to listen to NPR!
No, I’m not a regular listener to NPR because I prefer my radio to have music on it. Which means it’s hard times for me these days. Nevertheless, it’s always a good day when SF gets a bit more attention. Here are more details on when Rick’s piece will air tomorrow. And if you do listen, do give feedback.
Sweeeett! I am sooo listening to that. Provided I am not teaching at the time. OR at the Yarmouth Clam Festival!
Mmmm. Clams. Mmm. Singularity.
They play music on the radio, for free? Why the heck didn’t anybody tell me this before. Has the RIAA heard of this?
Cory’s posted the mp3:
It’s also at NPR…
Biotech Combany in India Supplying Jatrobha Curcas Feeds and Tissue culture Saplings of Orchids and Other Cut Flower Varietiess.