The End

Hi there. It looks like we’ve come to the end of the road for Technology and the Arts. John LeMasney is venturing off to a whole new way of life — and good luck to him — so that means there will be no new content being produced under the Technology and the Arts brand.

I am hoping to relaunch my Tandem With The Random podcast at some point in the near-future, so you can follow me over there. And every now and then, I’ll post some interesting, relevant items to the TechArts Facebook page and Twitter account. But, after 80 total podcasts and webcasts dating back to December 2006, the era of Technology and the Arts — as an episodic entity — is over.

Thank you to those who have followed us over the years — and to those who were guests on the podcast/webcast. It was truly an honor.

Regards,
Brian

Programming alert: Tonight’s webcast rescheduled for 10 pm ET Tuesday

Apologies for the late notice, but tonight’s planned live webcast of Technology and the Arts has been rescheduled for tomorrow night (Tuesday, October 14) at 10 p.m. ET.

The good news is that the unexpected downtime means those long-overdue podcast versions of the last two webcasts should be available tonight.

We hope you’ll tune in tomorrow night for our live show. Thanks!

Technology and the Arts: Series 3, Ep. 1 – 09.08.201

Technology and the Arts: Series 3, Ep. 1 – 09.08.2014

Featured topic: Cord-cutting

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New season of Technology and the Arts is just 2 weeks away!

Remember, a new season of Technology and the Arts, with John LeMasney and Brian Kelley, is just two weeks away. Our third, 10-episode series of live webcasts begins Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, at 10 p.m. ET.

So, of course, allow me to share with all of you a little techno thing I wrote and recorded a year or two ago…and then added a bunch of LeMasney outtakes from the old days (2006-08) of the Technology and the Arts podcast. Good times!

Help ‘Make Music Philly’ stage 300 free live music events on June 21

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Make Music Philly
In the latest installment of my Tandem With The Random podcast, I interview Natalie Diener, coordinator of Make Music Philly , a campaign to bring 300 free live music events throughout Philadelphia as part of World Music Day on June 21, 2014.

To do this, Make Music Philly has set up a Kickstarter campaign to hopefully raise $20,000…but the deadline is THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 11, at 1:33 p.m. ET. A donation of just $10 will get you a Make Music Philly kazoo! How could you not want that?! Come on, Philly! Part with $10, get 300 free live music shows all over the city on June 21…AND you can play that kazoo as you make your way from show to show.

Become a Make Music Philly backer today!

And while you visit the MMP Kickstarter page, feel free to listen to the latest Tandem With The Random podcast below.

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