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The Vinyl Experience – 08.28.15

Jefferson Airplane: Coming Back To Me
Frank Black: The End Of Summer
Flaming Lips: It’s Summertime
Chad & Jeremy: A Summer Song
Bob Dylan: Floater (To Much To Ask)
David Bromberg: New Leigh Highway Blues
The Decembersits: Summersong
Beach Boys: All Summer Long
Style Council: Long Hot Summer
Sly & The Family Stone: Hot Fun In the Summertime
The Cure: The Last Day Of Summer
The Hollies: Bus Stop
The Kinks: Summer’s Gone
The Doors: Summer’s Almost Gone
Frank Sinatra: The Summer Wind

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The Vinyl Experience – 08.07.15

Decemberists: Cavalry Captain

Cilla Black: Step Inside Love

Adele: Rumor Has It

Phoenix: Trying To be Cool

Against Me!: I Was A Teenage Anarchist

Spoon: Written In Reverse

Bye Bye Birdie Original Cast: Telephone Song

Bonzo Dog Do Dah Band: I’m The Urban Spaceman

MGMT: Time To Pretend

Keith Moon: When I’m 64

Nirvana: Dumb

Bob Dylan: 4th Time Around

Clash: Hitsville UK

Carly Simon: You’re So Vain

Dire Straits: Money For Nothing

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How Corporate America Invented Christian America – KEVIN M. KRUSE

In December 1940, as America was emerging from the Great Depression, more than 5,000 industrialists from across the nation made their yearly pilgrimage to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, convening for the annual meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers. The program promised an impressive slate of speakers: titans at General Motors, General Electric, Standard Oil, Mutual Life, …

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“FACEBOOK’S POWER IS TO SORT WHAT PEOPLE SEE AND TO SCREEN INFORMATION. THAT’S BASICALLY WHAT GOOGLE DOES, TOO”

“Terms of Service,” the first book from the young cultural critic Jacob Silverman, is less an argument than a tour. Its subject is the Internet—or, more accurately, what Silverman calls “the social web,” which could be loosely defined as either a) an Internet experienced tailored to YOU!, or b) a surveillance system that comes equipped with some nice photo-saving and message-sharing …