This week's episode contains a bit of a cross-cutting discussion about spectrum in the United States, the purported "spectrum crunch" in the United States, and why some of the domestic proposals on the table for solving such really do not mesh well with today's planet-wide knowledge ecology. A news miscellany is also presented.
This week's episode brings not just an editorial about the Smith-Mundt Act & domestic dissemination of the Voice of America, economic chatter, but a news miscellany too. As discussed in the program, you can get a France24 app for your phone here. The linkdumps feed off the Erie Looking Productions blog is available here.
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The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions regrets that illness continues to prevent the production and release of programming this week. In the meantime we offer a story aired on X Minus One called "A Logic Named Joe" courtesy the Internet Archive. You can directly download the audio of such here in MP3 format. The story's original text by Murray Leinster can be found here courtesy Baen Free Library.
Barring further disruption, we expect to return with normal programming on or near May 14, 2012.
Delayed posting due to unforeseen technical problems
This week's episode ends up indirectly asking whatever happened to AGRICOLA as another audio news release from the United States Department of Agriculture makes it sound like it is being left behind. A news miscellany is also presented.