Gnomes. Polar Bears. And Drums.

So a couple of months ago  I bumped into the fabulous Bridget Pilloud on the twitters (she’s @petsaretalking) and through her equally fabulous blog.

She wrote this awesome post about the unconscious. Which I retweeted. Because it rocks.

And, like one is wont to do on Twitter, Bridget and I started yacking it up.

Then she oh so kindly invited me to chat with her on her blog. About the unconscious. And sound. And whatever else.

And by whatever else I mean gnomes. And polar bears. And drums.

Yeah, baby!

We ended up talking for almost an hour. We had a lot of awesome to cover. And we had crazy fun doing it.

So here’s our chat.

I dug it. I figured you’d dig it too.

Part 1:

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Part 2:

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Part 3:

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If you want to download the shiny happy mp3, right click here and you’re golden.

And check out Bridget here, here, here and here. She’s one of my new favorite people.

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5 Responses to Gnomes. Polar Bears. And Drums.
  1. Josiane
    October 30, 2009 | 1:49 pm

    Oh, cool! I’ve dowloaded the thing, and will listen to it as soon as I get a chance. Can’t wait!
    .-= Josiane´s last blog ..Noticing – the dragonfly edition =-.

  2. Lilly
    October 30, 2009 | 8:03 pm

    I listented to this. Two cool people talking about cool stuff!

  3. Fabeku
    October 31, 2009 | 8:11 am

    @Josiane & Lilly – Thanks for checking it out. I appreciate it. Bridget and I had a ton of fun during the chat. I mean, when you’re talking about gnomes it’s kind of hard not to have fun.

  4. Wulfie
    November 1, 2009 | 4:06 pm

    I don’t know what the very first note, when the session opened, or the very last low one, at the end were, but they really rocked. Were they singing bowls or tuning fork or….?

    Way cool discussion. I learned a lot. Thanks!

  5. Fabeku
    November 3, 2009 | 9:21 pm

    @Wulfie – Yep, those were bowls. Glad you dug it. They bowls are pretty fabulous. And glad you dug the chat with Bridget. She’s fabulous too.

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