This interviewer always brings out the argument. My third time on Brian’s show, and really the best, I think (it’s a QuickTime movie): http://pcntv.com/blog/2013/02/21/feb-24-founding-finance/.
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- But anyway dammit to anyone who cares what about the whole pulp question. 8 hours ago
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- RT @MiriMarkow: @JeffSharlet @WilliamHogeland Neither did I. Maybe in a mashup kinda way, two tracks synching unexpectedly. That said, what… 8 hours ago
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