owenparsons:

miketrapp:

So yesterday I’m walking from work to rehearsal, and I start playing the most recent Radiolab podcast.  I was immediately surprised to hear them interviewing my friend from school (and all around awesome guy), Latif Nasser.  It’s a great episode about a 16th century clockwork monk.  Click through to listen to the episode and get more info.


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In college Mike & I had a friend named Latif who always seemed to be researching impossibly cool stuff. Case in point: now you can listen to him on the latest Radiolab podcast explaining the incredible story behind a 16th century robot.

Hey! It’s Latif! I’m only 2 minutes in, but so far they’ve been talking about a robotic pooping duck, so Color Me Interested.

owenparsons:

miketrapp:

So yesterday I’m walking from work to rehearsal, and I start playing the most recent Radiolab podcast.  I was immediately surprised to hear them interviewing my friend from school (and all around awesome guy), Latif Nasser.  It’s a great episode about a 16th century clockwork monk.  Click through to listen to the episode and get more info.

In college Mike & I had a friend named Latif who always seemed to be researching impossibly cool stuff. Case in point: now you can listen to him on the latest Radiolab podcast explaining the incredible story behind a 16th century robot.

Hey! It’s Latif! I’m only 2 minutes in, but so far they’ve been talking about a robotic pooping duck, so Color Me Interested.