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Grace and Felicia follow where the conversational white rabbit goes.

Latest Episodes

008: New Year's Resolution Part 1

When's Part 2 coming? Who knows! "The Year of Less" comes from [Hello Internet](hellointernet.fm) Just because!

52 MIN2 w ago
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008: New Year's Resolution Part 1

007: Creative Processes

Microphone mishaps and creative ambitions for 2020. Just imagine that in Singapore instead of southern China Bach's Invention No. 2 in C minor [Accidental Tech Podcast](atp.fm)

59 MIN2 w ago
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007: Creative Processes

006: Phone Systems and How Much Art Is Worth and Other Such Things

Grace and Felicia talk about phone systems and how much they'd pay for art. Wikipedia: Automated attendant Wikipedia: Feature phone (aka dumbphone) Wikipedia: Business telephone system > Private branch exchange Gethuman CBS Miami: 'Unicorn of the Art World': Miami Couple Explains Why They Bought $120K Art Basel Banana Wikipedia: Mayday (Taiwanese band) Metafilter: Why do the Japanese versions of albulms always seem to have bonus tracks not available in North America? Stratechery: Tidal and the Future of Music Ben Thompson writes much more about Spotify than about Tidal, but this is the piece that most cogently lays out his thoughts about the role of the record label in music distribution. The Guardian: Cats review — a purr-fectly dreadful hairball of woe Wikipedia: Les Miserables (musical) Wikipedia: Suspension of disbelief Shakespeare's Globe Wiktionary: Surtitle Wikipedia: High frame rate Wikipedia: Deus ex machina Willemijn Verkaik YouTube: Sara Bareilles - She Used To Be Mine

88 MINJAN 3
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006: Phone Systems and How Much Art Is Worth and Other Such Things

005: Banana

We actually think the $120,000 banana — and its fate — is a brilliant joke. The Guardian: One banana, what could it cost? $120,000 – if it's art Art Basel: Maurizio Cattelan's $120,000 banana eaten by artist Esplanade: Architecture & Building Design AdAge: Brands are trying to one-up the Art Basel Banana Wikipedia: Saint George and the Dragon (Rubens) Jeanette Winterson's Art Objects Jamaica Kincaid's _In History _(first page only without JSTOR access, sorry!) Wikipedia: Lost in La Mancha graceteng.ninja: The Unbelievable Truth (Grace's college essay) YouTube: Franz Schubert: Erlkonig at the 2014 Oxford Lieder Festival CapitaLand: Shopping with the Family statue outside Bedok Mall Wikipedia: Bethesda Terrace and Fountain (Central Park fountain) Wikipedia: Metronome (public artwork) (Union Square clock) Propertyguru: 307 Serangoon Ave 2 (clock on a HDB block) Frozen II spoiler at 00:44:00, safe zone is at: 00:49:00 YouTube: Weezer - Lost in the Woods (From Frozen 2) Wikipedia: David (Michelangelo) Wikipedia: Jan van Eyck

64 MIN2019 DEC 25
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005: Banana

004: What's In Your Wallet

Grace and Felicia discuss wallets. Michael Kors: Logo Continental Wallet Just imagine that it's Navy blue instead of vanilla Dynomighty: In Flight Mighty Wallet Crispywallet: Portemonnaie grun Big Skinny: Leather Hybrid Multi-Pocket Wallet Fiio X1 This is the second gen. Felicia has the first gen. Wikipedia: Euro coins Wikipedia: Coins of the United States dollar Unemployed Philosophers Guild: Magnetic Personalities Wikipedia: Postage stamps and postal history of Germany Wikipedia: Postage stamps and postal history of Singapore Kisetsu: Natsu Wallet Muji: Soft PP Pass Case Recycled Firefighter: Front Pocket Wallet Gnome and Bow: Linden Coin Billfold Wikipedia: Articulatory phonetics Monetary Authority of Singapore: Circulation Currency: Coins Bellroy: Note Sleeve KikaNY: Bi Fold Wallet Grace's Euro Wallet came from Old Spitalfields Market, not Brick Lane Market Ice cream brulee at Icenoie Hokkaido at Jewel Changi Airport

75 MIN2019 DEC 19
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004: What's In Your Wallet

003: Aspirational Alarm Clock

Disturbance on Felicia's mic at 2:15, 3:05, 21:25. Also, pardon the background noises of bird chirping, the random vehicle beeping somewhere far away, and the grass mower. :) Wittmer Metronome System Maelzel Wikipedia: Pendulum clock Korg TM-50 Dr. Beat DB-90 Tama Rhythm Watch Yamaha Clickstation Yamaha QT-1 Metronome Soundbrenner Pulse Wake the app is no longer available, here's an old review: Wake Alarm Clock iOS Wirecutter: The Best Sunrise Alarm Clock Lazada App Store: Sleep Cycle Amazon: Kindle Paperwhite Amazon: Modern German Grammar Amazon: Dutch for Self-Study Amazon: A History of German Amazon: Core Syntax Amazon: Writing Systems Amazon: A Course in Phonetics Amazon: Key Ideas in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language

62 MIN2019 DEC 10
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003: Aspirational Alarm Clock

002: Hugger Mugger

Merriam-Webster: hugger-mugger Merriam-Webster: quiddity Comparing Notes by Adam Ockelford Wikipedia: Concatenation Wikipedia: Marie biscuit Wikipedia: English-language vowel changes before historic /r/ > Mary-marry-merry merger Wikipedia: Birthday cake Wikipedia: Porphyra Wikipedia: Tyrian purple Noodler's Rome Burning Langenscheidt: schmachtend Wikipedia: Golliwog Wikipedia: Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia Stuffyoushouldknow: cake-walk Foodtimeline: pudding Sobrino de Botin Merriam-Webster: obsequies Wikipedia: International Phonetic Alphabet Merriam-Webster: gambol Merriam-Webster: yeoman’s work / service Urban dictionary: sai kang Wikipedia: Haribo Wikipedia: Kaweco Wikipedia: KaDeWe Wikipedia: Edeka Wikipedia: Rewe

61 MIN2019 DEC 4
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002: Hugger Mugger

Episode 001: Gloam

We're making this stuff up as we go along. Note: there are breaks in audio at around 25:25 and 35:48, because Grace's computer is slow and ancient. Merriam-Webster: gloaming Wikipedia: English phonology > Phonotactics > Syllable structure > Coda Wiktionary: quandary Wiktionary: Grimm's Law — *kw to xw (or Latin quid vs English what) Wiktionary: eschatology Wiktionary: theology Wikipedia: Pappardelle Wiktionary: genau Wikipedia: Trabant Wikipedia: Fall of the Berlin Wall StackExchange English Language and Usage: Why do you "cut" a check? Wikipedia: Cheque (we had no idea what we were talking about ) IKEA NILSERIK audio break at 25:25 for Grace's dying late-2013 iMac Wikipedia: Irony punctuation > Other typography for sarcasm tagging UPC Item DB: Starbucks Create-your-own 2013 Mug - Black, 16 Fl Oz — Grace's Starbucks mug audio break at 35:48 for Grace's dying late-2013 iMac SpellTower Alto's Adventure Wikipedia: Civilisation (series) Wikipedia: Ngee Ann City aka Taka / Takashimaya Wikipedia: TANGS

49 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Episode 001: Gloam
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Latest Episodes

008: New Year's Resolution Part 1

When's Part 2 coming? Who knows! "The Year of Less" comes from [Hello Internet](hellointernet.fm) Just because!

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
008: New Year's Resolution Part 1

007: Creative Processes

Microphone mishaps and creative ambitions for 2020. Just imagine that in Singapore instead of southern China Bach's Invention No. 2 in C minor [Accidental Tech Podcast](atp.fm)

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
007: Creative Processes

006: Phone Systems and How Much Art Is Worth and Other Such Things

Grace and Felicia talk about phone systems and how much they'd pay for art. Wikipedia: Automated attendant Wikipedia: Feature phone (aka dumbphone) Wikipedia: Business telephone system > Private branch exchange Gethuman CBS Miami: 'Unicorn of the Art World': Miami Couple Explains Why They Bought $120K Art Basel Banana Wikipedia: Mayday (Taiwanese band) Metafilter: Why do the Japanese versions of albulms always seem to have bonus tracks not available in North America? Stratechery: Tidal and the Future of Music Ben Thompson writes much more about Spotify than about Tidal, but this is the piece that most cogently lays out his thoughts about the role of the record label in music distribution. The Guardian: Cats review — a purr-fectly dreadful hairball of woe Wikipedia: Les Miserables (musical) Wikipedia: Suspension of disbelief Shakespeare's Globe Wiktionary: Surtitle Wikipedia: High frame rate Wikipedia: Deus ex machina Willemijn Verkaik YouTube: Sara Bareilles - She Used To Be Mine

88 MINJAN 3
Comments
006: Phone Systems and How Much Art Is Worth and Other Such Things

005: Banana

We actually think the $120,000 banana — and its fate — is a brilliant joke. The Guardian: One banana, what could it cost? $120,000 – if it's art Art Basel: Maurizio Cattelan's $120,000 banana eaten by artist Esplanade: Architecture & Building Design AdAge: Brands are trying to one-up the Art Basel Banana Wikipedia: Saint George and the Dragon (Rubens) Jeanette Winterson's Art Objects Jamaica Kincaid's _In History _(first page only without JSTOR access, sorry!) Wikipedia: Lost in La Mancha graceteng.ninja: The Unbelievable Truth (Grace's college essay) YouTube: Franz Schubert: Erlkonig at the 2014 Oxford Lieder Festival CapitaLand: Shopping with the Family statue outside Bedok Mall Wikipedia: Bethesda Terrace and Fountain (Central Park fountain) Wikipedia: Metronome (public artwork) (Union Square clock) Propertyguru: 307 Serangoon Ave 2 (clock on a HDB block) Frozen II spoiler at 00:44:00, safe zone is at: 00:49:00 YouTube: Weezer - Lost in the Woods (From Frozen 2) Wikipedia: David (Michelangelo) Wikipedia: Jan van Eyck

64 MIN2019 DEC 25
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005: Banana

004: What's In Your Wallet

Grace and Felicia discuss wallets. Michael Kors: Logo Continental Wallet Just imagine that it's Navy blue instead of vanilla Dynomighty: In Flight Mighty Wallet Crispywallet: Portemonnaie grun Big Skinny: Leather Hybrid Multi-Pocket Wallet Fiio X1 This is the second gen. Felicia has the first gen. Wikipedia: Euro coins Wikipedia: Coins of the United States dollar Unemployed Philosophers Guild: Magnetic Personalities Wikipedia: Postage stamps and postal history of Germany Wikipedia: Postage stamps and postal history of Singapore Kisetsu: Natsu Wallet Muji: Soft PP Pass Case Recycled Firefighter: Front Pocket Wallet Gnome and Bow: Linden Coin Billfold Wikipedia: Articulatory phonetics Monetary Authority of Singapore: Circulation Currency: Coins Bellroy: Note Sleeve KikaNY: Bi Fold Wallet Grace's Euro Wallet came from Old Spitalfields Market, not Brick Lane Market Ice cream brulee at Icenoie Hokkaido at Jewel Changi Airport

75 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
004: What's In Your Wallet

003: Aspirational Alarm Clock

Disturbance on Felicia's mic at 2:15, 3:05, 21:25. Also, pardon the background noises of bird chirping, the random vehicle beeping somewhere far away, and the grass mower. :) Wittmer Metronome System Maelzel Wikipedia: Pendulum clock Korg TM-50 Dr. Beat DB-90 Tama Rhythm Watch Yamaha Clickstation Yamaha QT-1 Metronome Soundbrenner Pulse Wake the app is no longer available, here's an old review: Wake Alarm Clock iOS Wirecutter: The Best Sunrise Alarm Clock Lazada App Store: Sleep Cycle Amazon: Kindle Paperwhite Amazon: Modern German Grammar Amazon: Dutch for Self-Study Amazon: A History of German Amazon: Core Syntax Amazon: Writing Systems Amazon: A Course in Phonetics Amazon: Key Ideas in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language

62 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
003: Aspirational Alarm Clock

002: Hugger Mugger

Merriam-Webster: hugger-mugger Merriam-Webster: quiddity Comparing Notes by Adam Ockelford Wikipedia: Concatenation Wikipedia: Marie biscuit Wikipedia: English-language vowel changes before historic /r/ > Mary-marry-merry merger Wikipedia: Birthday cake Wikipedia: Porphyra Wikipedia: Tyrian purple Noodler's Rome Burning Langenscheidt: schmachtend Wikipedia: Golliwog Wikipedia: Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia Stuffyoushouldknow: cake-walk Foodtimeline: pudding Sobrino de Botin Merriam-Webster: obsequies Wikipedia: International Phonetic Alphabet Merriam-Webster: gambol Merriam-Webster: yeoman’s work / service Urban dictionary: sai kang Wikipedia: Haribo Wikipedia: Kaweco Wikipedia: KaDeWe Wikipedia: Edeka Wikipedia: Rewe

61 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
002: Hugger Mugger

Episode 001: Gloam

We're making this stuff up as we go along. Note: there are breaks in audio at around 25:25 and 35:48, because Grace's computer is slow and ancient. Merriam-Webster: gloaming Wikipedia: English phonology > Phonotactics > Syllable structure > Coda Wiktionary: quandary Wiktionary: Grimm's Law — *kw to xw (or Latin quid vs English what) Wiktionary: eschatology Wiktionary: theology Wikipedia: Pappardelle Wiktionary: genau Wikipedia: Trabant Wikipedia: Fall of the Berlin Wall StackExchange English Language and Usage: Why do you "cut" a check? Wikipedia: Cheque (we had no idea what we were talking about ) IKEA NILSERIK audio break at 25:25 for Grace's dying late-2013 iMac Wikipedia: Irony punctuation > Other typography for sarcasm tagging UPC Item DB: Starbucks Create-your-own 2013 Mug - Black, 16 Fl Oz — Grace's Starbucks mug audio break at 35:48 for Grace's dying late-2013 iMac SpellTower Alto's Adventure Wikipedia: Civilisation (series) Wikipedia: Ngee Ann City aka Taka / Takashimaya Wikipedia: TANGS

49 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
Episode 001: Gloam
the END
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