Show Notes for TWTR Podcast 023 – 02.25.2013

Eastburn
Eastburn

Tandem With The Random podcast No. 23 (2/25/2013) features a conversation with Philadelphia-based musician, songwriter and producer Clint Eastburn, who records simply as Eastburn. Also featured is another Doctor Who fan experience from Decoder Ring Theatre’s Gregg Taylor as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the long-running science-fiction program…plus a few random thoughts. File size: 6.5 MB. Time: 27 min, 00 sec. Host: Brian Kelley.

Interact with Tandem With The Random:

Links related to guest Clint Eastburn, musician/songwriter/producer and recent TWTR “Artist to Watch”:

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary – Listener Memories
To celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who, I am asking blog readers and podcast listeners who are fellow Whovians to please call the TWTR comment line at 1-609-310-1480 to leave a message about your Doctor Who experiences…your first time watching, your favorite Doctor, companion, villain or story. Anything you want to share about your Doctor Who fandom is appreciated. Select voicemails will be used on future podcasts.

Links to other things mentioned during the podcast:

  • The Feb. 15 (Feb. 14 in the U.S.) Russian meteor explosion — About 16 hours before Asteroid 2012 DA14 was expected to pass within 17,200 miles of the Earth’s surface, a previously unknown smaller asteroid entered the atmosphere (from an entirely different orbit in relation to DA14) and exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, causing damage to buildings and injuring up to 1,000 people, according to some reports. Oddly enough, Russian Machine Never Breaks, a blog that covers the Washington Capitals National Hockey League team, was one of the first U.S. sites to post updates and videos from the scene because Capitals prospect Evgeny Kuznetsov plays for a team in Chelyabinsk and one of the site’s correspondents there began sending reports almost immediately. For more photos and videos of the Russian meteor, and a link to an infographic explaining the differences among meteoroids, asteroids, meteors and meteorites, continue reading after the jump.
  • Happy Birthday to my longtime friend, Jason Pester.

Russian Meteor Photos and Videos

Name That Space Rock – Tim Lillis’ (Flickr: narwhalbot) infographic explaining the differences among comets, meteoroids, asteroids, meteors and meteorites.

Dashcam footage of incoming meteor over Chelyabinsk…

Warning…very loud explosion/shockwave heard at :02 mark…

CCTV footage of doors, windows being blown out by shockwave of meteor explosion…

Video from inside classroom as windows are blown out from meteor’s shockwave and footage from outside the school…

 

ABCNews.com: In this frame grab made from a video done with a dashboard camera, on a highway from Kostanai, Kazakhstan, to Chelyabinsk region, Russia, Feb. 15, 2013 a meteorite contrail is seen. (credit: asha gazeta/www.ng.kz/AP)
NBCNews.com Cosmic Log: Meteor over Chelyabinsk, Russia (credit: Yekaterina Pustynnikova / Chelyabinsk.ru via AP)
USNews.com: A meteor exploded over Russia’s Ural Mountains Feb. 15, 2013, with the power of an atomic bomb Friday, and part of it plunged into Chebarkul Lake.

Hurricane Sandy Relief As a native and resident of New Jersey, I kindly ask you to please visit the links below for information about Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in the Garden State and how you can help:

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