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Copyright Law & The Public Domain

Episode 262 • Nov. 15, 2019

Copyright law has been manipulated for decades in favor of big corporations. So what does this mean for the future of the public domain?

PSA Songs

Episode 261 • Nov. 10, 2019

Public Service Announcements can be awkward and hilarious. And when they warn you against drugs or alcohol through a song, things just get better.

Video Games on Cassette?

Episode 260 • Nov. 2, 2019

In the dawn of home computing from the late 70s into the 80s, audio cassette tapes were used to distribute video games and software. Who knew?

A Few Bygone Media Formats

Episode 259 • Oct. 27, 2019

History has seen the rise and fall of innumerable audio and video formats, so we thought it would be fun to explore a few that have passed on.

What Was the Sony DRM Scandal?

Episode 258 • Oct. 13, 2019

In the mid-2000s, Sony's music CDs secretly installed anti-piracy software that erupted in a slew of privacy and security issues.

Can You Smell Music?

Episode 257 • Sep. 29, 2019

Modern science suggests that our five senses are more intertwined than we previously thought. So can scents be triggered by sounds? Potentially.

The Story of Flea Market Montgomery

Episode 256 • Sep. 21, 2019

Since his catchy TV ad went viral in 2006, Sammy Stephens' humorous musical style has been a breath of fresh air in the world of advertising.

Who Killed Tupac & Biggie? (Part 2)

Episode 255 • Sep. 9, 2019

The investigation into these infamous murders has been plagued with difficulties for years... But the answers might have finally been found.

Who Killed Tupac & Biggie? (Part 1)

Episode 254 • Sep. 4, 2019

The murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls are as complex as they are fascinating. Neither case has officially been solved, so what happened?

How Loud is Too Loud?

Episode 253 • Sep. 1, 2019

Everyone knows loud music can damage your hearing, but where exactly should you draw the line? Can loud music have other consequences, too?