Until Dec 2008, this episode didn't have an audio track. Now it does, as I sift through the episodes following the Rabble.ca site upgrade. I've posted the short piece I put together for the Radio Ephemera (ThirdCoastFestival.org) radio awards in the summer of 2008. The point was to blend the themes from two of 5 on line books they presented (I chose Sex Ed for Teens and The Social Significance of Trees) along with the voice of a 'stranger' who can be a famous person......(this was fun to put together, altho I didn't receive an award!)
As ever, your visits to Living on Purpose on the Rabble Podcast Network are appreciated. During this breather for your host, Lynn Thompson, there are many Episodes to check out if you haven't yet listened to all of them. The time has arrived for Lynn to visit Florida in April to meet people involved with the Radio Ear Network project, for whom she's been remotely producing a weekly two hour show of Living on Purpose since February 2007.
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