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This is episode 33
I'm adopting this first song as my own marching song for better mental health.
Sometimes I feel that "A Change Would Do You Good" (by "Sheryl Crow",) http://www.sherylcrow.com/
We got PSAs:
Campus Safety urges students, faculty and staff to sign up for text alerts, online @ spc.edu/alerts
This will be used to inform students, faculty and staff in an emergency.
This was useful last year in the bomb scare.
To sign up, students must know their Spirit ID # (Bring their Saint Peter's College ID.)
Here's a proper, honest to goodness, real promo. :-)
We've also got some cross promotion going with the web version of St. Peter College's own "Pauw Wow".
The perpetually available and comment capturing web version is "growing on" as opposed to the occasional "Dead Tree" edition which can only capture "a moment in time" for a minority of the news competing for a scarce resource, space with anything else on a fixed number of pages.
As Liebnitz famously once said: "The 'Power of the Press' belongs to those who own one."
But as anyone who can read will attest, the limitations of "that" business model are slowly bleeding to death all of the owners of the "dead tree" press.
The future of the press lies on-line with the internet mixing media according to their appropriateness to whatever is being reported.
From "Twitter" to IM, to e-mail, to FaceBook to Podcasts, to web-radio, to streaming content, to PDFs, to vodcasts, to YouTube, to MP3s, to app mash-ups, to whatever's next, the internet is emerging as the clear winner of the media wars.
So log on to http://pauwwow.com/ and grow with the media.
I just love the line "Hello its me, I'm not at home. If you'd like to reach me, just leave me alone."
Goes well with this evening's theme: "Tender Moments".
Now "Adelante La Musica"
This episode featured the following music:
"A Change Would Do You Good" by: "Sheryl Crow" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"A Village Romeo and Juliet: The Walk to the Paradise Garden" by: "Frederick Delius" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"The Gadfly, Opus 97: Romance" by: "Dmitri Shostakovich" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Romance for Flute in D-flat Major, Opus 37" by: "Camille Saint-Saëns" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Romeo and Juliet,Suite No.1, Opus 64 A: Balcony Scene" by: "Sergei Prokofiev" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Sospiri, Opus 70 by: "Edward Elgar" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Fourteen Songs, Opus 34, No.14: Vocalise" by: "Sergei Rachmaninov" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Fantaisie-impromptu in C-sharp Minor, Opus 66" by: "Frédéric Chopin" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Don Quixote, Opus 35: Dialogue Between the Knight and Servant" by: "Richard Strauss" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
"Don Giovanni K527: Là ci darem la mano" by: "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" here on WSPv C's ThymeWarp with your host Charles Rovira.
The show notes, incuding the complete text of this episode, and any and all links to the artists featured, are on a server ... somewhere.
And this show is also being podcast in m4a format, which means that it you use a compatible player, like iTunes, you get the content divided up into chapters with images and "hot links" to the the web, on the topic of the chapter or to accompany the music.