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VERITABLE INFUSION is one of several French translations for Naturally Flavoured. That is the only common denominator going on here; the music is naturally flavoured, crashing and gliding through many styles, from really old country and blues to dalliances with psychedelia, a lot of soul and funk from around the world, and usually topped off with a dose of reggae. Most weeks I insert some theme which is hoped to add some edification to the entertainment. Themes vary from the earliest Canadians to make American hits to the respective soul scenes of various countries, states and / or cities. An international music party going ‘All around the world for the funk’… A party featuring rare cuts of funk, reggae, jazz, soul, blues, traditional & modern African music. DJ Erik T CIUT.FM Mondays 8-10pm. All donations pledged go 100% directly to CIUT.FM fund-drives to support community radio. All previously archived episodes available at http://veritableinfusion.podomatic.com. Contact Local Toronto DJ Erik T: veritableinfusion@gmail.com

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Push technology drives community radio

"Podcasting certainly has its roots in zine culture, home-brew tapes, BBSes, carbon-copy SF fanzines, and telegraph. If that's too high-minded and artsy-historian, then [consider the] fad of "Push Technology" that infected a number of companies in 1998 through to 1999. Microsoft and Netscape both claimed that Push technology would change everything, and Pointcast tried to build a business on it. Really, it was all a fine idea, but the order of the day was to claim that not only was a good idea good, but it would actually turn dog poop into solid gold, so the actuality had issues with the (stock-driven) promises." Jason Scott emphasizes preservation of digital culture, founder of textfiles.org.

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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