Hey, ya’ll, I’ve been soooooooo busy, setting up the Spring 2007 Vanderbilt Virtual Scientist in the Classroom interactive videoconferencing programming (still under construction!), teaching my li’l folks at USN, and moving my family into a new home. So I’m a bit late but hoping that with Snacks4theBrain! episode 52 we can get back on the bi-weekly schedule. In this episode it’s all moi, all Scott, all about the CSO website!
Our guy Jeff Hazelton has been completely revamping our website and this little audio tour is something you might think about following along with your computer mouse as we explore the site. While completely perverting the podcasting concept of “soundseeing,” I think you might agree it functions as such, even if the place you’re going is virtual instead of, for example, out on the English countryside…
As far as the music goes, it’s all mandolin! Two great tunes by blues giant Johnny Nicholas, live cuts from the Podsafe Music Network at music.podshow.com and a third just me and my mando. I can’t measure up to the Nicholas, but I do have fun with it and I hope you will too. We hear Johnny’s “Mandolin Boogie” and his “Mandolin Moan,” two cuts from his “Thrill on the Hill” CD, available at CDBaby.com, the same site I host my “Songs for Alaska” CD. You can’t get my song, “Emma and Miranda are in China,” anywhere but here…yet! It’s part of a compilation of guitar and mandolin instrumentals I hope to release by the end of the year on CDBaby, a record called “Still Waiting.” Watch for that!
Download S4theB! 52 here, or click the Podcast Pickle player on the links page for quick and easy playing rightcheer in your browser! Cheerio, and look for an veryyyyyyy interesting interview in the next show!!!!!!!!!!!!