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Spring Fever

This time of year, when the relieved earth shrugs off stale dirt and dead leaves, it pauses, recalling. Then, as it lets out a long, low breath, it slowly releases moisture, a glut of color. Everything is growing.

But only for a spell, for soon enough the earth will turn, and then the relentless heat will shrivel these green thirsty things, and the ground will grow hard, and withdraw again.

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Posted on April 24, 2017 in a new podcast, WNYC TV
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WNYC’s Bill Swersey on “Open Source”

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Beyond Broadcast

WNYC Radio‘s Bill Swersey led a working group at the conference called “Public Radio and Open Source,” which came up with the idea for a watering hole (pubforge.org) where open source developers for public media can discuss problems and share solutions. Swersey speaks with ThoughtCast about the meaning of “open source” and the challenges public broadcasters face in adjusting to the new world of “pubmedia” on the web!

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Posted on February 25, 2007 in Public Media
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