Monthly Archives: October 2006

Show #74 (Interview): Nick Douglas, Valleywag

Nick Douglas, who writes the scandalous online “tech gossip rag” Valleywag, joins us. We talk tech gossip, future plans and he psychoanalyzes Cory Doctorow. And we talk to Destiny about the new MondoGlobo show, Destinyland. MP3 Don’t forget to vote … Continue reading

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Show #73 (Interview): Yay, Anal!! Violet Blue Returns

We continue our discussion with Violet Blue about her latest books, “The Adventurous Couple’s Guide to Sex Toys” and “The Smart Girl’s Guide to Porn”. Naturally, our conversation eventually turns toward anal sex. MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! … Continue reading

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Show #72 (Weekend): Is Acid the Antidote to Everything?

With this show we build on a piece Michael Horowitz read on one of our shows. He originally read it from the stage at LSD discoverer Albert Hofmann’s 100th birthday tribute in Basel, Switzerland. Violet Blue joins our usual crew … Continue reading

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Show #71 (Interview): Sex Writer Violet Blue: “My Boobies Were All Over Market Street”

Our friend Violet Blue returns to talk about her new weekly column with the S.F. Chronicle’s website, SF Gate, and about her latest books, “The Adventurous Couple’s Guide to Sex Toys” and “The Smart Girl’s Guide to Porn”. This is … Continue reading

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Show #70 (Weekend Edition): The Politics of Transcendence

Building on a comment from one of our interviews with Burning Man leader Larry Harvey, we discuss the politics of transcendence MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl | Host: RU Sirius | Gang of Three Chatterers: … Continue reading

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Show #69 (Interview): Dan The Automator

Dan The Automator Nakamura joined us in our studio today. He’s the producer genius behind Dr. Octagon, Handsome Boy Modeling School, and the Gorillaz first album, and so much more. MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl … Continue reading

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Show #68 (Interview): Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman did the Sandman comics, wrote the best sellers American Gods and Anansi Boys. We were lucky enough to get him into our studio while he was on tour supporting his great new collection, Fragile Things: Short Fiction and … Continue reading

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