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For most cartoonists, working on a comic strip or comic book is a solitary endeavor. It’s just you and a blank piece of paper, alone in your studio. That’s why I like to fill the air with sound. Radio has always been a big part of my studio environment.  It fills the room with music, […]

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When I’m working in my studio, I like to fill it up with news, talk or music.  Years ago, when I subscribed to cable, it was easy to have just about any kind of programming running in the background while I drew. However, as many readers of this blog know, I’m a cable cutter.  I […]

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As I’ve often pointed out on this blog, I love radio!  I have a couple of Internet radios.  One is in my studio and the other is on my nightstand.  I can listen to Internet radio for hours.  It’s simply amazing having the ability, via the Internet, to tune in thousands of stations from around the world. […]

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Some years ago, just as the internet was really taking off, I heard a Paul Harvey “The Rest Of the Story” story. If you’ve never heard one of Paul Harvey’s “Rest of the Story” broadcasts, you can catch one right here below: Anyhow, after all these years, I decided to look up the information Mr. […]

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When I’m at the drawing board or in front of my Linux computer, I like to fill the air with some background sound.  That usually means turning on the radio. As I’ve mentioned before, I love listening to the radio when I’m drawing or pounding out the latest blog entry.  I guess because television requires […]

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I’m very big into radio. I really love radio. I’ve had a radio of one sort of the other in my studio for years. Radio broadcasts keep me current on news and events and fills in some of the silence with talk and music. I’ve dabbled with shortwave and AM DXing (grabbing distant signals late […]

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