018 - #RoarkReads (w/ Nick Roark)

SYNOPSIS:

  1. Feature Topic: On Reading w/ Nick Roark
  2. Heavy Rotation: "Cloud Nine" by Kygo
  3. Apps & Downloads: Overcast

SHOW NOTES:

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Switchfoot and Relient K announce Looking for America Tour (Article | Video

"Deathbed" by Relient K (YouTube | Spotify)

Concentricity FM Episode 001, in which we review "The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction" by Alan Jacobs (Episode | Book)

"The Wright Brothers" by David McCullough (Amazon)

"Manhunt" by James L. Swanson (Amazon)

"Seven Brief Lessons on Physics" by Carlo Rovelli (Amazon)

Karl's #2014in365 video project (YouTube)

Karl's #52in2016 books challenge (Instagram | Website)

Nick's blog and quote / reading repository, "Tolle Lege" (Website)

W.H. Auden's five verdicts for books (Google Books)

"The Supper of the Lamb" by Robert Capon (Amazon)

C.S. Lewis' introduction to St. Athanasius' "On The Incarnation" (Text)

Nick's annual "Canon of Theologians" (Blog)

History Channel: "Shot in the Chest 100 Years Ago, Teddy Roosevelt Kept on Talking" (Article)

"The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt" by Edmund Morris (Amazon)

"How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading" by Mortimer J. Adler &Charles Van Doren (Amazon)

"Stoner" by John Williams (Amazon)

"A Constellation of Vital Phenomena: A Novel" by Anthony Marra (Amazon)

"The Goldfinch: A Novel" by Donna Tartt (Amazon)

"Cloud Nine" by Kygo (Spotify | iTunes)

"I See Fire (Kygo Remix)" by Ed Sheeran (YouTube)

Concentricity FM Heavy Rotation Playlist (Spotify)

Download the free Overcast Podcast App (iTunes | Website)

Visuals by Rob Alvey (Website

Music by Rob Griffith (Bandcamp | iTunes

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Recorded: May 17th, 2016