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Episode 465: GLAM-orizing Your Travel Plans

Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

Release Date: 06/12/2020

Episode 471: Doomscrolling show art Episode 471: Doomscrolling

Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

Image graphics by FMF design, i cons, and Fahmi. From Noun Project. Creative Commons CC-BY. First broadcast Sept 18, 2020 Playlist at: https://www.wrek.org/?p=34908 "I suspect anthropologists will look back to this time and say that the invention of the infinite scroll was a pivotal moment in human evolution..."

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ENCORE Episode 204: ENCORE Episode 204: "What Does Google Really Want?"

Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

Part 2 of JUST GOOGLE IT Guest: Dr. Ian Bogost of the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech. First broadcast April 18 2014. Playlist available at 

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Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

First broadcast September 4 2020. Playlist at "Who came up with the theme for this episode?"

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ENCORE Episode 203: ENCORE Episode 203: "Google Books & Libraries"

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Part 1 of JUST GOOGLE IT Guest: Kevin Smith of the Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication at Duke University. First broadcast on April 11 2014. Playlist at

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Episode 469: The Distant Reader, or: How to Read Lots and Lots and Lots of Books show art Episode 469: The Distant Reader, or: How to Read Lots and Lots and Lots of Books

Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

Guest: Eric Lease Morgan, Librarian at University of Notre Dame and original creator of First broadcast AUG 21, 2020. Playlist at “The Distant Reader is a tool that enhances your ability to consume, read, understand, analyze a large corpora of...STUFF.”

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ENCORE Episode 313: Data as Packet-Switching Glitch Art show art ENCORE Episode 313: Data as Packet-Switching Glitch Art

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Part 5 of DATA RULES Guest: Joelle Dietrick of Davidson College. Playlist at First broadcast August 5 2016. "Sometimes I find the most interesting moment in my research is when I have a chance encounter with something I wasn't expecting."

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Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show

Part 4 of DATA RULES Guest: Marlee Givens of the Georgia Tech Library Playlist at First broadcast on July 29 2016. "Aren't we using data whenever we make decisions?"

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Guest: Joshua Weitz of Georgia Tech. First broadcast July 31 2020. Playlist TK "Part of that is to be more informed about the real-time risk."

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Part 3 of DATA RULES Guest: Nicholas Felton of Feltron. Playlist at First broadcast on July 22 2016. "Did you say 'data as wood'? Like trees?"

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Part 2 of DATA RULES Guest: Dr. Pete Ludovice of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Playlist at First broadcast July 15 2016. "Sounds important; I don't know why."

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