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Build a radio show you can be proud of

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Photo by OutlandArmourYes, I’m still using the Magnetic Headlines format templates supplied to us by Morgan.  It’s like playing Mad Libs by myself! Due to some growing pains following the spectacular upgrade of the WMFO studios, it took a little Read more ›

Increase your dork-factor just like Belinda (and countless others in the Think Tank Posse)

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Don’t worry, the archive from Saturday is on it’s way.  I just thought I’d tell a little story while the mp3 is exporting… Yesterday at work, a fan of the show sent me an email to let me know that Read more ›

Here’s a quick way to know everything you need to know about Belinda

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This show is so pre-9/11. Really.  The date of the show is August 27, 2001.  All in all, a pretty good show.  The first half (joined in progress) is a rollicking leftover and request show.  Belinda has just made her Read more ›

Get rid of Donald Rumsfeld once and for all

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It’s another RadioGram from 2008 for your listening enjoyment.  You’ll enjoy the likes of the Duplex Planet, an unusual lesion, and a history of jazz from one of the creators of the Mad Lib. What more could you ask for?  Read more ›

Little known ways to relive the past

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As promised, during this 2 week hiatus of Bubbles in the Think Tank EAST, we’re taking a trip down memory lane into the chest of drawers known as the cassette archive of my Think Tank life. A random pull of Read more ›

Here is a method that is helping the trout-mouthed to feel like kids again

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Sadly, a headline like that isn’t even referencing Sonic Trout.  A wasted shame really. Media masters galore pepper this week’s installment of Bubbles in the Think Tank EAST.  From the instrumental tribute to The Avengers to the RadiObituary remembrances of Read more ›

The secret of broadly defined rhythm & blues and soul music

Maybe it’s in here, I just don’t know.  After all, it is a secret. So break out your decoder rings as you enjoy the luscious soul sounds of Belinda sitting in for In the Groove yet again.

Newspapers used to ask Who along with some other Ws

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Looking back at the playlist from last night’s episode of Bubbles in the Think Tank EAST, I sense an uneasy lament.  Newspapers closing, friends aging, constant impatience and consternation about what awaits.  And I’m not even thinking about the numerous Read more ›