Lost in the Stacks

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from November 22nd, 2013 (“The Unbearable Lightness of Being [A Broken Link]”) Episode 185

Clip from Futurama
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“I Disappear” by The Faint

Interview with Kim Dulin (Harvard Law School Library)

File this set under TK5105.59 .W39:
“The Dead Only Quickly” by The 6ths
“Song for the Dead” by Sea Wolf
“Dead and Gone” by The Black Keys

Continued interview with Kim Dulin

File this set under BF789 .D4 L52:
“Broken Face” by Pixies
“Broken Language” by The Natural History
“Tore Up & Broke” by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Continued interview with Kim Dulin

File this set under T58.5 .W74:
“Me: I Disconnect From You” by Tubeway Army
“Do You Follow Me” by The United States of America
“B4 We Go Under” by Barbara Manning

Credits: “Culabra Cut” by The Sea and Cake

“Connections” by The Rolling Stones

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, an encore broadcast of “Library Apocalypse” on November 29th!

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from November 15th, 2013 (“Bit Rot!”) Episode 184

Maxell advertisement from 199?
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Greatest Gift” by Scratch Acid

Interview with Cal Lee (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

File this set under Z679.7.K385:
“Destroy all Tapes” by Lasse Marhaug
“Damage” by Handsome Furs
“Tear it up” by Johnny Burnette

Continued interview with Cal Lee

File this set under TK7887.8.D37:
“Drive Time” by Prank Monkey
“Ziwzeh Ziwzeh Oo-Oo-Oo” by Delia Derbyshire
“Burn Out” by Redd Kross

Continued interview with Cal Lee

File this set under QC318.F313:
“Acceleration=0” by Monotract
“Rats in the Garbage of the Western World” by Magnetic Fields
“Crizzash” by LO2

Credits: “Give It Up” by Public Enemy

“Rotten Hell” by Monomena

Mailbag: “Fopp” by Soundgarden

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “The Unbearable Lightness of Being (a Broken Link)” on November 22nd!

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from November 8th, 2013 (“Friends of the Library”) Episode 183

Clip from Casablanca
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Friends of Mine” by The Zombies

Interview with Charlie Hammons, Anugrah Vijay, and Harshil Goel (Office of International Education, Georgia Tech)

File this set under Z673 .A1 W25:
“Learn to Learn” by The Week That Was
“All Set” by Welcome

Interview with Sanat Moningi (Startup Exchange, Georgia Tech)

File this set under JK1726 .S5:
“Start!” by The Jam
“My Starter Won’t Start” by Lightnin’ Slim

Interview with Wayne Li and Sarah Maddox (Design Collaborative, Georgia Tech)

File this set under BF637 .S8 C37:
“I Feel Fine” by The Beatles
“Don’t Worry” by Marty Robbins

Credits: “Twitter (Reprise)” by Phish

“Everything You Want Is Here” by The Kimballs

Mailbag: “Closer” by Nine Inch Nails

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Bit Rot” on November 15th!

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from November 1st (“Open Access And The Digital Humanities”) Episode 182

Clip from The Office
Intro: “Friction” by Television
 
“I Heard Her Call My Name” by Velvet Underground
 
Interview with Richard Utz (School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Tech)
 
File this set under B821:
“History of Lovers” by Iron & Wine / Calexico
“Old World” by Modern Lovers
 
Continued interview with Richard Utz
 
File this set under PN661 .Y43:
“History of Drunks” by The Melvins
“These Important Years” by Husker Du
“The History Of Utah” by Camper Van Beethoven
 
Continued interview with Richard Utz
 
File this set under D16.9:
“Guns Before Butter” by Gang Of Four
“Fire in the Western World” by Dead Moon
 
Credits: “Fool in the Rain” by Led Zeppelin
 
“Prominent Men” by Lou Reed
 
Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Friends of the Library” on November 8th!

Playlist from Lost in the Stacks for October 25th, 2013 (“Open Access Begins At Home”) Episode 181

Clip from The Twilight Zone
Intro: “Friction” by Television
 
“Information” by Toenut
 
Interview with Ellen Zegura (School of Computer Science, Georgia Tech)
 
File this set under BF637 .H4 B4:
“Don’t Know How You Do It” by Imperial Teen
“Bits and Pieces” by The Dave Clark Five
“Come On Now” by The Kinks
 
Continued interview with Ellen Zegura
 
File this set under HQ734:
“Come Home and Come True” by Great Lakes
“Sunshine Fix” by The Sunshine Fix
“Home, Home, Home” by Wandering Lucy
 
Interview with Marlee Givens (Georgia Tech Library)
 
File this set under LB2331.72:
“Who Are You” by Ty Segall
“The Right Profile” by The Clash
 
Credits: “Tweezer (Reprise)” by Phish
 
“The New World” by X
 
Mailbag: “Closer” by Nine Inch Nails
 
Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Open Access and the Humanities” on Novemeber 1st!Playlist from Lost in the Stacks for October 25th, 2013 (“Open Access Begins At Home”) Episode 181