While the Technology and the Arts blog celebrated its first year of existence on November 30, today marks the first anniversary of the debut of the Technology and the Arts podcast (show notes), so John and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our listeners, guests, friends and supporters.
We truly appreciate every single person who has helped make this podcast an enjoyable endeavor for me and John. It has been an honor for us to talk to all of our guests during our first year of doing this, so we would like to acknowledge all of them in this post.
- Susan Kaprov, artist (T+A #1)
- Patricia Lay, artist (T+A #1)
- Sharon Libes, artist (T+A #
- Barbara Osterman, artist (T+A #2)
- Alan Goldsmith, exhibit curator (T+A #2)
- Sally Davidson, exhibit curator (T+A #2)
- Perry Cook, professor of computer science, Princeton University, and co-founder of the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk)
- Ge Wang, graduate student at Princeton University, and co-founder of PLOrk
- Donald Ambrose, professor of teacher education, Rider University
- Sigfredo Hernandez, associate professor of marketing, Rider University
- Tim Westergren, founder, Pandora
- Gregg Taylor, founder, Decoder Ring Theatre
- Christian Beach, singer-songwriter
- Eddie Kramer, lengendary rock ‘n’ roll producer/engineer (Jimi Hendrix)
- 2007 Trenton Computer Festival exhibitors and attendees (including members of MARCH – Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists)
- Janie Hermann and Evan Klimpl of the Princeton (N.J.) Public Library’s Poetry Podcast
- Marsha Loftis, creator/producer/writer/narrator of the “Madie: Life in Bear Country” podcast
- J.G. Birdsall, writer/director of the “Venus Rises” sci-fi vidcast
- Whitney Hoffman, creator/producer of the the LD Podcast and lead organizer of PodCamp Philly 2007
- Veronica Yankowski, photographer
Oh, by the way…the title of this post is a reference to what I will be doing tonight on this anniversary of the Technology and the Arts podcast. I will be at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J., with my friend Christian Beach to take in a performance by one of our early musical influcences, Todd Rundgren…who released a CD back in 2000 called “One Long Year.”
I would love to get a quick interview with Todd for our podcast, but I don’t think that’s going to happen. However, that would be one cool anniversary gift!
Once again, thank you for reading and listening during this past year. John and I really appreciate it.
UPDATE (12-14-2007) – Because I had actually written this before posting the special “Night with Pandora” podcast, I left out our most recent guests from the honor roll above…so allow me to correct that now…