I’m getting back in the swing of live-on-air shifts on WREK Atlanta (91.1FM or streaming at WREK.org). Today was my first shift since 2019. It was a delight and like riding a bike in that I remembered how but almost fell on my face three times.
“Automatt” by Charlie Peacock from When Light Flashes Help Is On The Way
“Brooklyn Bridge” by The Charles Waters Quartet from Chroma Colossus – 13 Visions of the City
“My Trip to Ireland” by Lounge Lizards from No Pain for Cakes
“La Chose” by Ghost Rhythms from Live at Yoshiwara
“Glenn’s Theme” & “Riverhead” by Arthur King & The Night Sea from Palmetto
“somnambulist” by The Kandinsky Effect from Somnambulist
“Things Ain’t What They Used To Be” by Walter Bishop, Jr. from What’s New
“An Embedded Life” by Nelson Patton from Universal Process
“Better Git It In Your Soul” by Charles Mingus from Mingus Ah Um
image credit: “Polar Bear on Thin Ice” by Christoper Michel, CC-BY, via flickr.com
Guest: Philip Burrus, Burrus Intellectual Property Law Group
First broadcast Feb 18, 2022.
Playlist at: https://www.wrek.org/2022/02/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-feb-18-2022-the-server-rule-and-polar-bears-on-thin-ice-episode-512/
“Not a get-out-of-jail-free card.”
Check out this episode!
The outgoing editor of Georgia Library Quarterly asked me to write a personal reflection on my work with Lost in the Stacks over the past 12 years. The end result is all there in title of this post.
Guest: Dr. Aisha Johnson of the Georgia Tech Library
First broadcast February 11, 2022
Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2022/02/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-feb-11-2022-new-librarian-new-challenge-episode-511/
“I have to get out of the house.”