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2014: My Year In Lists (Part Two)

Music! It’s that stuff that pours into your earholes from out of your radio (hahaha, remember RADIOS) digital music computer doodad… that contraption you’ve got clipped to your fashionable, like, satchel thing… whatever… you know what I’m talking about. 1,324 more words

Pop Culture

Is ESPN so bad?

Confirmation Bias: A CFB Twitter Accounting

Confirmation bias is our tendency to notice and accept that which fits within our pre-existing commitments and beliefs. If you doubt its existence, power and importance, you might look at the tweets on college football from this fall that follow (I wrote about it in the college basketball context here). 67 more words

Behavioral Economics

#Fridayfive: Philosophize This, Spotify, Real Talent, Banksy Does NY, and One Page Love

Philosophize This Podcast:  I’ve been reading the Stoics a lot lately… I know, pretty exciting, right?  But they were pretty cool.  They were Greek philosophers that had an almost Eastern, Taoist vibe about them.  371 more words

Entertainment

An 'Alternate Routes' End-of-Year List: Dylan, Dudes Drumming on Boxes, Female Tuareg Guitarists

Alternate Routes is a column from Flavorwire contributor and WFMU DJ Jesse Jarnow, in which he’ll explore music solely distributed outside the Big 3 of Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon. 1,153 more words

Music

Country Perspective's Best Country Group of 2014 Nominees

Country Perspective has many year-end awards: Best Album, Worst Album, Best Male Artist, Best Female Artist, Best Song, Worst Song and this award Best Group. Each are challenging in their own right, but this award is arguably the toughest to determine. 681 more words

Opinion

Growing Up with The Graduate

The Graduate is the movie I would nominate as my “Desert Island disc” if I were unfortunate enough to be marooned somewhere with limited home entertainment options.

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Movies

Kodachrome

It’s 32 degrees and cloudy today in Wichita, Kansas… Time for some Paul Simon! “Makes you think all the worlds a sunny day.”

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