The New York Moon : Radio Edition
July 24, 2009 11:40 AM   Subscribe

The New York Moon : Radio Edition
The "Radio" edition of the New York Moon, a publication of experimental and interactive projects, features "Tweet Radio," a device that uses a synthesized human voice to broadcast the 24-hour rustle of Twitter for all eternity.

Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landings, we have published our latest edition of the New York Moon. Tune in at

One of the most ambitious projects was Tweet Radio, which takes random tweets and reads them out on our Moon radio module. The result is a bizarre window into everyday life on the internet, with spammers inundating us, people musing about droll things, and the occasional flicker of genius.

Also, take a look at our film festival for the blind with music from Greg "Cosmo D" Heffernan, Diego Stocco and others. There's a radio drama, an essay about efforts in the Bronx to revive an underground stream, and audio dispatches from across the globe.
posted by stevenhasty (1 comment total)

That Tweet Radio is fantastic, holy crap.
posted by The Devil Tesla at 1:28 AM on July 25, 2009

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