We’re dusting off our leg warmers and big hair for the ultimate 80s party at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
This hour, we’ll talk about how everyone from car companies to restaurants to filmmakers use sound to subtly plant ideas in our brains with composer Joel Beckerman. He explains how they do it in his book The Sonic Boom: How Sound Transforms What We Think, Feel, and Buy.
Wayne Coyne says his band was dying to take The Beatles’ masterpiece apart and see how it works.
Now THIS is what makes the Internets interesting. Since 2010, the desire and hope there would be a Sherlock/Downton Abbey crossover has been an on-again, off-again trending topic on Twitter. I recognize most of Planet Earth would rather see Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock step out of the TARDIS but, somehow, seeing Sherlock match wits with the […]
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