Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 50 – Spirit in the Framework

FIFTY EPISODES?!

Can you believe it? The show is over three years old and, with fifty episodes on the books, Dan decided to do something special! Join the Cyberpunk Librarian for a look at one the best pieces of cyberpunk art ever created and one of the greatest cyberpunk stories ever crafted.

Kore wa, Kōkaku Kidōtai: Gosuto in za Sheru.

YouTube

Listen on YouTube

Links

  • Can I Stream It – Find out where you can watch or buy Ghost in the Shell online.
  • Matrix Revisited – xkcd on how it’s too bad they never made any sequels to The Matrix.
  • Can I Stream It – Find out where you can watch or buy The Matrix online.

Music

2 comments

    1. Thank you! I’m glad they’re helpful!

      I didn’t know much about them until I listened to the guys talk about podcast chapters on Accidental Tech Podcast and then on some other show on Relay.FM. I guess Marco Arment has a chaptering app used by the ATP and Relay crew, but he’s not released it into the world. So after doing some digging I found the aptly named Podcast Chapters for macOS. It’s a breeze to use and it only takes a few minutes to run through a podcast and add custom chapters and art.

      I’m glad to hear people like it! It’s kinda cool being able to call out the music with a title and album art!

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