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The Color of Food and Food Talk with Steve Boss

TONIGHT!

PART 1-THE COLOR OF FOOD WITH NATASHA BOWENS

PART 2-FOOD TALK-JOIN HOST STEVE BOSS LIVE 

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Garrett Hobba on Eden's Hour Radio Photo by Erin Skipper

 

 

This weekend I'll be playing two pre-recorded interviews. The first is with Garrett Hobba (pictured left) who represented his fairly new Seattle band, The Soft Hills. His band mates include Drew Dresman, Caleb Heinrich, and Brittan Drake. In addition sharing some of the band's approach to writing music together, Garrett revealed some juicy details about the more ethereal and extraterrestrial influences from which he draws upon when writing the dreamy, psychedellic, indie-folk songs that The Soft Hills play.

The second interview is with Malaki Stahl (pictured below) Malaki and I go way back ...almost 20 years back to when he and my brother were high school buddies. In more recent years, Malaki has become one of the many forces of nature in the burgeoning all-ages Seattle DIY scene.

Tim O'Reilly and Richard StallmanThe man responsible for the Free Software revolution is Richard M. Stallman. He recently gave a talk entitled Copyright vs Community in the Age of Computer Networks
to the University of Waterloo Computer Science Club.

The talk looks at the origin of copyright, and how it has evolved over time from something that originally served the benefit of the people to a tool used against them.

I'm going to air the talk in 2 parts this week - on Tuesday evening's episode and Thursday morning's episode.

Part 1 is on Tuesday at 7pm, and covers some of the history and reison d'etre for the underlying philosophy of Free Software.