22 May 2007
Girthy McOrangestein is a participant in the Public Radio Talent Quest who is originally from Montana now living in Los Angeles. He describes himself as a “red necked urban cowboy”. In 2006, at the age of 21, Girthy first came to Black Rock City when the theme of the Burning Man festival was “Hope and Fear of the Future”. In this interview, Girthy tells how he went “Gonzo” for his virgin burn and shares his experiences and enthusiasm for the playa. In the second half our show, we talk about the Public Radio Talent Quest, the Public Radio Exchange and the local Los Angeles public radio affiliate stations.
15 May 2007
Mark Pincus, the founder and CEO of the social networking website Tribe.net. Here, Pincus discusses the growth and development of Tribe, goes off about his favorite topic “Community vs. the Corporation”, and gives insight on how burners and artists can create a sustainable livelihood based on doing work that they love.
As mentioned in this episode, updated contact information for Carol “Cryptofishy” Sachs is featured below:
Innsbruck Medical University
Intensive station für Patientin Carol Sachs
zynga, farmville, mafia wars, marc pincus, facebook
07 May 2007
Monkeys, the leader for the alternative theme for Burning Man 2007, is also featured in this episode.
As mentioned in this episode, contact information for Carol “Cryptofishy” Sachs is featured below:
Innsbruck Medical UniversityContact information for Killagrrrl is featured below:
Unfallchirurgie für Patientin Carol Sachs
Donna Piggott (Patient)
c/o San Francisco General Hospital
1001 Potrero Avenue, Ward 4B
San Francisco, CA 94110
01 May 2007
Christine Nash aka Crunchy Mama who is described as “the oil in the machine that maintains the Mutaytor.” Here Nash shares the early history and growth of the band and her involvement within the Mutaytor family. She also speaks candidly about the aftermath of her husband Matty’s arrest on Dateline’s “To Catch A Predator”.