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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Hurricane Relief Message

I posted the following message this morning, urging listeners to keep the victims of Hurricane Katrina in your thoughts and prayers, and to donate if you can.


I donated at the American Red Cross Website this morning, and it only took a few minutes. My wife and I will also give blood at the next Red Cross drive in our town. You may wish to consider doing the same.

Here's some more on the relief efforts.

Hurricane Relief Effort. With the effects of hurricane Katrina still being tallied, relief efforts have begun. The hardest-hit areas are now receiving basic aid, such as shelter and meals. [NPR Programs: All Things Considered]

Tuesday, August 30, 2005


Here's an article from the Christian Science Monitor about early rescue and aid response for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Big relief effort meets Katrina. Early deployment of rescue teams and aid may prove key to the response. [Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories]

These are a couple of sites where you can donate to help.

The American Red Cross

The Salvation Army

Thanks to Wichita for suggesting Podcasters pull together to help.

Monday, August 22, 2005

Rest In Pieces

A Last Blast for Hunter Thompson. Celebrities and common folk celebrated the life of journalist Hunter Thompson Saturday night, then cheered as his ashes were loaded into shells and fired into the skies over his ranch outside Aspen. NPR's Loren Jenkins, a close friend, was in attendance. [NPR Programs: Weekend Edition - Sunday]

Friday, August 19, 2005

Breast Cancer Awareness

We'll be posing information on the subject from time to time. I always take first reports of something like this with a grain of salt, but you can read the story and discern for yourself.

Girls who eat chips more likely to get breast cancer. EATING chips as a young child may increase the risk of contracting breast cancer as an adult, research in America has claimed.... [Times Online - UK news]

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Race For The Cure Part 2

Emily and CarolineWe finally wrapped the second part of our Race For The Cure Soundseeing Podcast.

We've got hills and dogs aplenty, Green Day ringtones, Starburst chews, and 30,000 of our closest friends on this one. We plan to pay no royalties for Claudia's rendition of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" (which is probably in the public domain anyway).

Join Claudia and I, along with a chorus of crickets and the sputtering of our high-tech steam iron, as we introduce the sounds of the 2005 Peoria Race.

Here's the MP3.

Friday, August 12, 2005

We're Still Around

We're working on several new Podcasts for you, including some vintage baseball play-by-play (with a twist) and part two of our Race For The Cure Special.

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