Friday, November 18, 2005

Hybrid Cabs Now!!

"Hybrid Cabs Now!" was the phraze scrawled on a piece of worn out cardboard a solitary protester was holding outside of the Union Square Virgin Megastore yesterday. "Right On!" I thought. Until I recalled -thanks to Gawker (is it a recollection if the internet reminds you?)-that we already have a plan to switch to hybrids over the next five years.

There's a reason your protesting alone dude. Have a little bit of patience.

America's Roundest President: Taft

TAFT, now there was a President.

An incredibly FAT President. Good times, those olden times.

My Lazy Endorcement of

PLEASE NOTE: I have changed my name in these conversations to Amy Sedaris as I'm sure her name gets searched in Google more than mine. This is a series of emails as such it should be read from the bottome up. It's like a game of sorts, an unfun game. Like Jumanji!

On Nov 17, 2005, at 12:07 PM, wrote:

Blog as you wish, it's your blog after all. Please don't hate me. I miss you already.


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On Nov 17, 2005, at 11:04 AM, Amy Sedaris wrote:

Great, i'll listen tonight. If I like it I'll shout you out on my blog tomorrow. If I don't shout you out, then I probably hate you.

On Nov 17, 2005, at 11:57 AM, wrote:

Yes. Until I stop my site, it will all be up.


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On Nov 17, 2005, at 10:54 AM, Amy Sedaris wrote:

Right now I'm at work but I'll check this out at home for sure. Thanks for the heads up, is the Wrens one still up? They're amazing.


On Nov 16, 2005, at 8:48 PM, wrote:

A New Nuance -- Amy,

On this show, your host Garrison Reid sits down with James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem. James discusses remixing and being remixed, the variety of venues in which the band performs and looking forward to a new record.

I have been developing an interview-based podcast for a couple of months and now looking to develop press attention. The artists featured in my podcasts to-date are a few Texas bands : Midlake(Denton), Sound Team(Austin), Zykos(Austin), I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness(Austin), The Polyphonic Spree(Dallas), The Baptist Generals(Denton) and non-Texans The Wrens, Magnolia Electric Co, Scout Niblett, Fruit Bats, The Decemberists, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, Vashti Bunyan, David Dondero, Earlimart, Two Gallants, LCD Soundsystem (and in editing: The Octopus Project, BunnyBrains, Ghosty, and The Long Winters.)

I edit interviews into 15 min podcasts and posted it on my podcast feed. The best way to get it and share it with others is by opening iTunes. It requires 4.9+ so some users might need to update. The link to directly connect it to iTunes is pcast:// . You can also listen directly online here .

Garrison Reid

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