Welcome to the new and improved version of Binary Jazz! Actually, there’s nothing new or improved about the show other than a new, improved intro and outro by Serpiente Negra Ensamble, who we got an email from in the last episode. We debate whether murmuration refers to a heart condition or quiet murmuring. Topics also covered include D&D, something that sounds an awful lot like a Dyson Sphere, the Genrenator, things we would do if we randomly had a month to do whatever, library smell, newspaper routes and our Twitter origins.
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- Ginny Di (YouTube)
- Julia Child’s Chicken Melon (Heather in SF)
- Cooking with Julia (Travels with the Picky Eater)
- Turkey Melon (David Lebovitz)
- Genrenator Storynator (binaryjazz.us)
- Genrenator code on GitHub 🙄 (GitHub)
- The Haunted Circus (Chris’ D&D adventure on DMsGuild)
- Dungeon of Doom – Adventure module for characters levels 1-10 (Dwarven Forge)
- Monsterhearts 2 (Buried Without Ceremony)
- “Everybody Get Dangerous” by Weezer (Fan-made video by Josh Groom, YouTube)
- The Secrets and Science Behind Starling Murmurations (How Stuff Works)
- Susurration (Merriam-Webster)
Intro and outro music by Serpiente Negra Ensamble, (“Musurgia Universalis” and “Düzensiz Meksikali”) from their album El Murciélago. © 2021 Serpiente Negra Ensamble. Used with permission.