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(Geek.com)   It's a Festivus miracle: Digital transfer saves oldest ever Christmas sound recordings from 1902   (geek.com) divider line 3
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2012-12-24 05:45:47 AM
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Or scan the whole thing as a complex surface and sort it all out of the 3d model.
2012-12-24 06:07:37 AM
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JohnnyC: For some reason I'm having a hard time finding the recordings to actually listen to them. Would be interesting... if I could find them.


Forgive me if I've already mentioned this to you. WFMU is a listener supported commercial free volunteer driven radio station with a wide variety of shows. Their website is wonderful. One of their programs features a schtick with a straight man announcer who tries in vain to keep a grizzled old fellow in line. The old geezer character has access to a plethora of vintage recordings he shares with listeners ion between story telling tangents. Good fun is had by all. The other DJ's do much different formats/genres.  (wfmu.org)
2012-12-24 04:59:12 AM
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Can I just say...

Whoopty f'n do.
 
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