S2.11 Ben Burnes
Ben Burnes’ websiteIt's been a pretty rocky lead-up to November, but now that we're here I think things are moving along smoothly. I've been working on songs for the National Solo Album Month and have nearly 25 minutes of music blocked out already. I feel that the songs that have been made need a lot of tweaking and extra subtle layers, but I feel the important part of the first two weeks is so just get things done.
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Two Hour Track Challenge for Charity
Volume 21 will start Jan 11th at 4pm Central time (-5GMT) and The challenge will end Jan 15th at 4pm Central time. A listening party will occur on Twitch shortly after the challenge has concluded.
You Probably Get That A Lot
Directed by John Flansburgh. Produced by Amy Hobby. From They Might Be Giants' album Join Us. Video available on new rarities album Album Raises New and Troubling Questions. Get it at Apple Music (http://geni.us/40Gb) or Amazon (http://geni.us/1Nmu). Also available as FLAC, CD by special order and a special mp3 edition (same price as iTunes download but with five bonus videos and a bonus PDF) at http://bit.ly/2sXz1cB
Laurence van Cott Niven's best known work is Ringworld (Ringworld, #1) (1970), which received the Hugo, Locus, Ditmar, and Nebula awards. His work is primarily hard science fiction, using big science concepts and theoretical physics. The creation of thoroughly worked-out alien species, which are very different from humans both physically and mentally, is recognized as one of Niven's main strengths.
In the near future, convicts are offered the chance to volunteer as medical subjects to shorten their sentence. One such subject for a new drug capable of generating feelings of love begins questioning the reality of his emotions.