Your host speeds three curves ahead of the curve others are behind to release TMILY: the too much information social app. TMILY is for those who need some entrepreneurial verve and innovational vim in their lives. And for the skeptics: Tim Hwang tells us about his Hype Up Weekend and Michael Wolff discusses the ridiculously popular piece he wrote on Facebook for MIT’s Technology Review PLUS TMILY’s IPO! Yes, that’s right I. P. O. !!!
TMI’s Peter Choyce is down in the dumps even though he was an extra on the season finale of Glee. Artist Conrad Ventur experiments with redoing Andy Warhol’s screen tests but Ivy Nicholson makes it difficult. Damien Macdonald tells us about his summer with the French cartoonist Moebius (who passed away this past March). Herbert G tells us about his College feud with Conan O’Brein and Your host takes a few trips down memory lane.
In search of a plot, your host turns to Martha Alderson the Plot whisperer. Paul Collins tells us about PLOTTO a 1928 plot generating system devised by William Wallace Cook. We also get a high school senior’s view of the plotting of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, plus we check in with TMI regulars Peter Choyce and Chris.