I’m on vacation. Which means I can either blog more. Or less.
I’ll be working more on this site.
Here is today’s column.
Here is a Tumblr I started on Friday and will now probably neglect.
Here are the shows we are airing next week.
MONDAY: Procrastination (rebroadcast) – Why do so many people struggle with procrastination? What are some tactics that will let us manage our time better? We hear from Elizabeth Larkin who writes and blogs about home organization and productivity for About.com, Piers Steel, the author of “The Procrastination Equation” and one of the world’s foremost researchers and speakers on the science of motivation and procrastination, and Sheryl Canter, the founder of the fellowship and the owner of the website procrastinatorsanonymous.org.
TUESDAY: Internet Trolls (rebroadcast) – It’s tough to generalize and even accurately name the people who stir up trouble on the internet. You’ll find them trying to hurt people’s feelings in comment sections, sharing offensive memes in 4Chan, and even attempting to damage government institutions in the form of the group, Anonymous. Hear from trolls and troll researchers as we seek to understand why they do what they do, and what it is that they’re looking for. Contains a surprise call from London: one of the founders of Anonymous was listening to the show,
WEDNESDAY: Prison Love (rebroadcast) – Why would a woman intentionally seek out a relationship with a man behind bars? What might make such a relationship work, or in so many cases, not? Hear from women who have attempted, successfully and not, romance with incarcerated men.
THURSDAY: Jill Sobule (rebroadcast) – Jill Sobule has been on the music scene with her witty, funny, thoughtful songs for almost two decades. She wrote about kissing girls before it was cool, rallied her fans into funding a new album before anybody ever heard about Kickstarter, and toured with comedienne Julia Sweeney. We’ll talk to her and hear a few tunes live in our studio.
FRIDAY: Nudists (rebroadcast) – There are many ways to What’s it like to be a nudist? Hear from the president of Solair Family Nudist Resort in Woodstock, Connecticut, the author of a book about the history of nudism and naturism, a photographer who took self portraits while nude in New York City, and the Nude & Natural Magazine Consulting Editor. Also, tune in to hear a postcard from Chion Wolf as she goes nude for the first time at Solair.
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