Archive for the ‘WUWM NPR Lake Effect broadcasts’ Category

The Marvellettes and Thomas De Quincey on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

My musings about the mail was broadcast today on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio’s Lake Effect program – listener discretion advised: I sort of croak out a tune or two.

Jane Eyre-ity on WUWM’s Lake Effect

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

This essay was broadcast on Milwaukee Public Radio, WUWM’s Lake Effect program on August 9,2011. Have a listen here!  

Jane Eyre-ity

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

(This essay was broadcast on Milwaukee Public Radio on August 9, 2011. Have a listen here. Or go ahead and keep on reading…) Flashback to the late ‘80s.  The flight from Sydney to LA, still parked at the gate, is going to be full, I can tell. But I’ve lucked out and am comfortably perched […]

Expectedness and e-books

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

My recent post about The Autobiography of Mark Twain and the pronouncement, made by his publisher George Harvey in 1900, that the book would likely be produced in the year 2000 by “electrical method” was broadcast today on the Lake Effect program, WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio.  Have a listen here.

When technology became as cool as rock ‘n roll

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Last month, I posted a bit about that Facebook movie, The Social Network. That piece was broadcast today on WUWM, Milwaukee Public Radio, NPR.  Good movie. Fun stuff–when technology became as cool as rock ‘n roll.  Have a listen here.