Guest: John Lindaman of the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Met.
First broadcast November 19 2021.
Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/?p=36658
“It’s not that much of a passion, actually.”
“When our service stops being hidden, it means that we are not doing something well.”
Guests: Alexis Linoski and Sonya Slutskaya of the Georgia Tech Library.
First broadcast MAY 19, 2017.
Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2017/05/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-may-19th-engineering-the-hidden-library-episode-344/
Guest: Mike Filler of Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.
First broadcast October 28 2016.
“As scientists, we shouldn’t be thinking ‘How do I get this into a journal?'”
Guest: Kate Joranson of the University of Pittsburgh libraries
First broadcast October 21 2016.
“Can we recreate those moments of accidental discovery in our digital library environments?”
Guest: John Chrastka of EveryLibrary.
First broadcast October 14 2016.
“Hearts, minds, action… and money.”
Part 1 of SURVEILLANCE AND BIG BRO
Guest: Dr. Aaron Santesso of Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media, and Communication.
First broadcast May 9 2014.
Playlist available at http://bit.ly/1hCOh0F
“Please try to collect all the information you can and make sure nothing bad happens.”
Guest: Lia Friedman of UC San Diego.
First broadcast September 30 2016.
“We wanted to support the protesters.”
Guest: Gregory Walker of Houser-Walker Architecture.
First broadcast on September 23 2016.
“How do we take back pieces of the public realm?”
Part 4 of DATA RULES
Guest: Marlee Givens of the Georgia Tech Library
First broadcast on July 29 2016.
“Aren’t we using data whenever we make decisions?”
Part 3 of DATA RULES
Guest: Nicholas Felton of Feltron.
First broadcast on July 22 2016.
“Did you say ‘data as wood’? Like trees?”