Reconcilable Differences

John Siracusa and Merlin Mann try to figure out exactly how they got this way. Hosted by Merlin Mann and John Siracusa.


Reconcilable Differences 10: That Darn Cat

This final episode of Season 1 kicks off with some fascinating FU on Clever Hans and proceeds into a listener question about John's feelings about "faith."

Finally, the boys settle into a detailed exploration of "Merlin's world of music." From AM radio (through a pillow speaker) to abortive accordion and trombone lessons to impersonating Pete Townsend through the Bacon Ray years.

The episode concludes with some updates regarding the future of the program.

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Links and Show NotesClever Hans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaTraveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith: Anne Lamott - Amazon.comIntelligence SquaredIntelligence Squared Podcast on iTunesLight My Fire - The Doors - YouTubeWhiplash (2014) - IMDbCome Dancing - The Kinks - YouTubeD.V.C. - Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal ArchivesFauvism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fauvism is the style of les Fauves (French for "the wild beasts"), a loose group of early twentieth-century Modern artists whose works emphasized painterly qualities and strong color over the representational or realistic values retained by Impressionism.

Merlin's World of Music - Apple Music PlaylistSacred Harp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sacred Harp singing is a tradition of sacred choral music that originated in the American South of the United States. The name is derived from The Sacred Harp, a ubiquitous and historically important tunebook printed in shape notes.

D.V.C. (Darth Vader's Church) - Descendant Upheaval - YouTubeHappy Birthday ruled public domain as judge throws out copyright claim | The Guardian


 2015-09-24  2h57m