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  • May 31, 2014

    Tasty Bugs, Titan Arms, & Guitar Tech | FULL SHOW | #222

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    We’re going into summer with a bang! If you’re making an appetizer out of crickets, are in need of an exoskeleton for your arm, or want to kick your guitar playing up a notch, this is the episode to you.

    Segment 1: Mmm Mmm Good?
    From the Obsessed page of the latest Pop Sci magazine, we’re embracing “The Insect Cookbook.’ Professor Marcel Dicke shares the health benefits of creepy crawlers.

    Segment 2: Just Like Beef
    This segment will get your culinary juices flowing… if you like to eat termites. Professor of Etymology and author of “The Insect Cookbook,” Marcel Dicke, fills us in on bug mise en place.

    Segment 3: Mealworm Quiche? Sure!
    From starters to dessert, Marcel Dicke has a recipe for you! Granted, those recipes may contain locusts, termites, or mealworms. We find out which bugs are safe to eat and especially tasty.

    Segment 4: Titan Arm
    The makers of Titan Arm have made an untethered, upper body exoskeleton sans the prohibitive price tag of similar technology. Elizabeth Beattie shares the inspiration and design process of the Titan Arm.

    Segment 5: One Man Band
    Alert: If you are a guitar player with ‘Gear Acquisition Syndrome,” get ready to spend some cash! The Guitar Wing puts the power of effects processing, live recording, and more at your fingertips.

    Segment 6: Controller Meets Guitar
    Matt Moldover shares the genesis of the Guitar Wing, a MIDI controller that puts studio effects processing ON YOUR GUITAR! Cool, we know.

    Credits

    Host: Alan Taylor
    Producer: Tim Burg
    Special Guests:
    Marcel Dicke
    Elizabeth Beattie
    Matt Moldover

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