Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 2-7-2022

By |2022-02-07T19:54:03-05:00February 7th, 2022|Blog, Weekly Guests|Comments Off on Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 2-7-2022

Jim Motavalli

8:20 PM, an interview with singer-songwriter Janis Ian about her very last album ever.
9:00 PM, Frank Lynn, Dean Martin tribute guy who records credible big band recordings in his basement.
9:30 PM, Christina Ward, author of “American Advertising Cookbooks: How Corporations Taught Us to Love Spam, Bananas, and Jell-O” and “Preservation: The Art and Science of Canning, Dehydration, and Fermentation.”
10:00 PM, for Black History Month: a rebroadcast of an interview with Dom Flemons of the Carolina Chocolate Drops and the Black Cowboys solo album and Allan Harris, jazz singer and playwright of Cross That River, also about black cowboys.

Tuesday evening, February 8.

Tidings from Hazel Kahan

This month, Hazel Kahan’s guest on Tidings is Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive and the Wayback Machine. While he was present at what he calls “the trailing edge of the hippies” of the Internet’s birth, his participation continues deep within the ethos shaping the Creative Commons, Public Domain, open source technology and Wikipedia (featured in last month’s Tidings). Kahle discusses the Archive’s motto (Universal Access to All Knowledge) and mission (to make everything in libraries, archives and museums “freely available to the world” for which, not surprisingly, the organization encounters steady opposition from the publishing industry. In this delightful interview, we learn that, despite the drama of hastily dispatched emails, information and links do not in fact exist forever on the Internet but are subject to “rot” and disappearance, making the Archive’s role in remembering “everything” all the more crucial.

Wednesday, February 9 at 7:30 PM and archived.

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