I hadn't heard that show, and for the second time in many years I was taken
in by NPR on April Fool's Day. The first time was several years ago when
my clock radio came on to a story about an innovative technique whereby
newborns were fitted out with an implanted chip that enabled them to
acquire new learning effortlessly. As I cursed away at this "advancement,"
my wife said "April fool, dear!" -- Jerry
At 08:35 AM 5/15/2004, you wrote:
>>If shellac discs have a "best before" date...
>this reminds me of the story on NPR about how the LOC was converting
>all audio to shellac 78's for posterity. (it was on April first last
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