Tonight @snowdusk_ started by taking us on a cruise down the Information Superhighway in one of those road-hugging sports cars, the winds of progress blowing through our bleached and gelled hair.
Then we ran into some potholes. Lots and lots of potholes. Network tuning was hard to get right in the 90's too.
It was still fun. I'm told it's all smooth in the archives: http://anonradio.net/archive/201810160100_snowdusk.mp3
In tonight's #CYOΑ, we got eaten by sharks, time-traveled around the universe by thought, and ended up becoming the enlightened despot of Atlantis, with our own volcano lair. And there were shark hats.
Listen to this one on a long-distance railroad trip. A smooth ride... yet not so smooth.
"The course of true love never did run smooth", but we got through the audio problems and some difficulty with breathing, and conquered the Romeo/Juliet choose-your-own-adventure. #aNONradio
Hey @snowdusk_! What happened to the echo in your shoutouts?
Throughout most of history, humans have had the problem of not enough food. Too much food is a recent problem. Only in the last century have we had to adjust to the counterintuitive idea that food can make us sick and weak.
We may now have a similar problem with information that can make us ignorant and foolish.
I've been listening to Revolutions Podcast on the French Revolution all week, and I've decided I need my own Revolutionary Tribunal. They are such effective things. I could fix all these problems with the Internet. I could fix the highways with unmarked detours and the lack of street signs. I could get rid of the Unscrupulous Enterprise in the next town. What couldn't I fix?
@snowdusk_ put together another excellent show on #anonradio yesterday: https://anonradio.net/archive/201806192300_snowdusk.mp3
Listen to this one in a brightly colored city, to drown out the sound of traffic.
As promised, pictures from Heron Haven have been collected:
Customer: Hi, this is Greasy Dave's Fuel Service. We'd like to order a few tanker trucks.
Me: We've got several tanker product lines, I can find one that will work for you.
Customer: Keep in mind that the refinery sells us fuel that is on fire, so the trucks will need built-in fire engine capabilities. Do those come for free?
Someone who lurks around SDF's aNONradio.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko