May 31, 2012 2 Comments
New podcast is up!
In this episode, Alison and Alpine discuss an inspiring new anthem for red-haired people, the startlingly effective food activism of a 9-year-old Scottish blogger, and a Youtube series that reviews frozen meals. Plus, Jeni Sue joins us to talk about Social Reader, Socialcam and Spotify, and we enjoy the music of Young Hines.
Simply click this link to listen instantly: Episode 6.mp3
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We’re continuing our tradition of leaking out the topics on our @FOTIpod Twitter account the night before the show is posted, so you can check out all the sites and links before you hear the discussion, if being fully-informed is your thing. This time around, we released the podcast to subscribers and Facebook Likers a little early, so if you want to be among the first to hear FOTI in the future, you should subscribe or become a Liker.
To the links! The tweets we posted yesterday are below — plus bonus links.
On the podcast, Alpine walks through how this amazing ginger theme came to exist. Here’s the full “Ginger Kids” episode of South Park that brought the word ginger to the USA in the first place — one of the best-ever eps of that show. Here’s Coppercab’s enraged response, songified above. And more on the Gregory Brothers here.
Lunch before NeverSeconds started blogging:
(Corrections Corner: Sorry for mispronouncing “Degrasse” and attributing the Bachmann meme to Conan — I guess it was really the Newsweek cover itself that sparked the meme. My Bs. — Alpine)