The Julio From NY Show Episode 38

Show Notes for Episode 38: Moving to Brooklyn
-Had our second game of softball and we were creamed 22-1
-It’s official: We signed a lease to a 2 bedroom apt in Brooklyn
-Our time in Bridgeport: Our brief history, our likes and dislikes, etc
-Podcast Recommendation: Crescent by Phil Rossi
-Wrap up

Track List:
-Working All The Time By The Pimps Of Joytime
-Strangest Places by Astronauts of Antiquity
-Supa Soul by Astronauts of Antiquity
-Good Year For A Change by The Brilliant Mistakes
-Pimp My Life by The Crash Moderns

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The Julio From NY Show Episode 37

Show Notes for Episode 37: I like Twitter
-Enjoyed a little get-together with Claudia’s faculty staff bidding her a good farewell
-Gonna be the starting pitcher for Game 2 this coming Monday
-Phase two of moving to Brooklyn: Got some money pooled together
Ridiculous NYT article about rent prices in Manhattan?!
-What’s On Claudia’s Mind: Twitter and Social Networks of course
-Recommendation: Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series and Flight of The Conchords
-Wrap up

What’s On Claudia’s Mind: Twitter and Social Networks
-We use twitter to post updates on our show
-You can track package shipments with Twitter
Communities use twitter, facebook and youtube to combat crime in their neighborhoods
-You can keep track of most media and news headlines in almost real time speed
-You can link twitter to most other social networks so you can do status updates to all at once

Track List:

IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009Theresa Andersson
“The Waltz” (mp3)
from “IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009”
(ioda)

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Twitter Song By Ingrid Michaelson

IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009Y La Bamba
“Fasting in San Francisco” (mp3)
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(ioda)

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IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009Marching Band
“Don’t Go” (mp3)
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(ioda)

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IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009Maus Haus
“We Used Technology (But Technology Let Us Down) [Courtesy of Pretty Blue Presents]” (mp3)
from “IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009”
(ioda)

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IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash Sampler 2009Easy Star All-Stars
“Bed of Rose” (mp3)
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Life After People

So like most human beings, I too have emotions and emotions being what they are, I have my ups and downs. Just a few weeks ago I was feeling elated about everything and without a care in the world and just as recent as two days ago I was in self-deprecation mode in a major way and didn’t see the point to doing anything creative. With all of this, I had been watching a series on the History Channel called “Life After People” which basically shows how nothing man made will stand the test of time and eventually we will all be forgotten. This was quite a humbling and liberating message to absorb. Humbling because I’ve realized that all fame and recognition can and will easily be forgotten. It was liberating because, once again, my own message of self-worth is the only value I should care about has been emphasized to my consciousness and the imagined pressures of what others may or may not think about me have once again dissolved.

It really is quite silly how we sometimes strive and crave validation from others. It must be the social nature of our genetic construct as that is what has kept us surviving and evolving all these years. Emotionally we do want to feel valued by others because it gives our lives purpose and meaning. Especially, once you’ve shredded religion and authority from playing a significant role in your life. In that instance what other value is there other than being validated by your peers? Coming to grips with mortality and the fact that in the end, even the great civilizations of modern man will eventually be forgotten makes me breathe a sigh of relief. Why should I care about what others think if in the end we all will be gone and forgotten anyway. Instead I should focus on my own pursuits and just enjoy every day as best as I can. If only there was a way to always remember this and never let this realization go away? Well I am human after all.