More Internet Technology for AIDS dissent in the 21st century.
There are many good radio interviews with various AIDS rethinkers and dissenters over the years – and the recent months have seen a noticeable increase. It seemed worth the effort therefore to collect as many as possible from their various abodes around the internet, and make them generally available.
So I created APART as a podcast, located at Podcast Pickle. Programs featuring Christine Maggiore, Charles Geshekter, Rebecca Clushaw, Anthony Brink, David Crowe, David Steele, and myself are available now, and more will be added as I receive them. If you have a radio program you wish to include, an email to me at the address below can easily accomplish the file transfer.
Anyone with iTunes on their computer can subscribe here to be automatically updated when new interviews are posted. Podcasting can and will reach a whole new audience, in greater numbers, with greater efficiency. Hopefully people will start listening to our programs while driving, exercising, or simply hanging out with IPods in their ears.
For those not familiar with podcasting, you can either download the interviews to your IPod or computer to listen to later, or listen immediately.
APART is just one of my podcasting sites. Another, found here (or iTunes here), is a weekly series of true-life stories from HIV-Positives who are living normal and healthy lives without taking “HIV meds”. The first episode features Jeff K. from San Francisco . I have also made the first nine chapters of Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial, available to listen to here (iTunes here).
Stephen Davis is a former Arizona state senator, and the author of Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial. He can be contacted through his website. (Hank)