About: This is “Echo of Freedom, Radical Podcast (Эхо Свободы, Радикальный Подкаст)”. In each podcast episode a different issue is discussed. Each episode can stand by itself, but there is a direction of the whole podcast towards the complete liberation. Additionally this is the space where poetry will be uploaded.
Author: My name is VolodyA! V Anarhist, i am politically anarchist, ethically vegan, spiritually ex-buddhist, religiously atheist, epistimologically agnostic, artistically poetic, sexually perverted, and queer gender-wise. But this podcast is not about myself, but rather about my ideas.
Contact: Anybody is more than welcome to contact me with your thoughts and comments. Please use the comment facility of LibSyn or send me an e-mail (Volodya_Ⓐ_When Gendarme Sleeps.org) (PGP key fingerprint: 0DDF C0B2 A699 E6E7 C154 567A D5BD 548F B099 86AC). I will accept and play audio comments sent as OGG Vorbis/FLAC (or MP3/Wave if you must).
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Tue, 28 August 2007
Direct download: VoiceOfFreedom_41_2007Aug28_RussianIndividualism.ogg
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:00am EST
Hey again. Just wanted to say thanks. I\'ve been trying to get more ears directed your way. Unfortunately, not many people care to be distracted from their shiny objects. As a working artist, vegan, atheist, and (mostly) libertarian socialist, I find your thoughts echo mine on a lot of the subjects you\'ve touched upon, particularly public domain works. I\'ve been really interested in the role of a (sadly) commercial artist such as myself in the realm of public domain. I\'m a huge sympathizer for public domain releases, but I\'m trying to rectify that with a way to put food on the table in a shamefully capitalistic society. I sort of feel trapped by circumstance. I use the latter point as an excuse to keep from publishing the source files of my digital art for free use. There\'s a part of me that thinks releasing it for free is the most important thing I could do. I\'m admittedly pretty torn on the issue. Anyhow, feel free to contact me at the email address provided anytime. Keep it up!