Willamette, Oregon, performer Soriah is on the road to Tuva again - read his adventures in the Willamette Week to get an idea of what travel there is like. No two trips are the same...
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Redefine Magazine has published "Tuva’s Meridian of Musicality, Spirituality, and Cross-Cultural Place: A Primer On Tuvan Throat Singing", an extensive and thoughtful overview of music and it's place in Tuvan culture.
Check it out!
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 23:12
Monday, 13 May 2013
The Telegraph has published an article paying tribute to Richard Feynman that notes how he is continually being rediscovered by a new audience, part in thanks to the Internet. His recorded interviews now appear in Youtube, and some have gained great popularity due to some creative homages such as the Ode To a Flower.
Of course, we've been working at this since before there was a WWW, when information was shared via Usenet and FTP sites... :-)
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 22:56
The recordings that were used as the basis for such best-sellers as "Surely You're Joking, Mr Feynman!" and "What Do You Care What Other People Think?" are once more available for purchase!
Please visit http://kongar-olondar.bandcamp.com for your opportunity to purchase the Feynman Tapes for download. Volumes 0, 1, and 2 are already available and include such favorites as I Want My Dollar!, Fixing Radios, and At Cornell.
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 22:37