cafedumonstre asked: When will Lady Gaga come to tiny desk? Hmm?
Dunno if you’ve noticed, but when you browse for photos in Seamus, the...– An email from Digital Arts editor Trey Graham.
Teaser: @NPRinterns @stephrguzman prepares to interview @NPR’s Carrie Kahn / @NPRwest
We should quit now — we’ll never top this.
If anyone in the building has a capo, could you please bring it to the Tiny Desk...– The intercom
Not like it happens every day or anything
Intercom Voice #1: Robert Siegel, please call ext. xxxx.
Intercom Voice #2: Robert Siegel is on the air right now.
…would be on our cake today, if we got a cake for “days left until the Intern Edition Summer 2010 premiere.”
We had to share this with you. →
Annie: I have no inspiration for the IE3D script!
Priska: What do you have so far?
Annie: A masthead...and I watched the Tron trailer.
I love these kits like they’re my own children.– Training guru Kevin on our audio recorders
It’s noon and I’m lonely!– The intercom
I want to work here!– French-Chilean rapper Ana Tijou, at the end of the Tiny Desk Concert she just performed.
Wisdom beyond our years →
I’ve always had a weakness for looking at hippos…when I was a kid, there...– Robert Siegel of All Things Considered, as interviewed by intern Amy Ta
The NPR building in downtown Washington is the closest thing there is to a...– This New York Magazine profile of NPR commentator David Brooks. Photomanip coming shortly.
I AM COMPLETELY CONFUSED.– Linda via email, in response to the video.
IE Story Czar Rob Tricchinelli brought a group of smarty-pants interns to Monday night trivia at Fado. They put up a good fight — “absolutely crushed two of the theme rounds and tied for second (we think the first-place team cheated) among about 20 teams,” says Rob. In the end, though, the intern crew had to settle for third place — they got the tiebreaker question wrong...
Crass headlines are our specialty →
Michael Steele & the leaders of tomorrow →
Despite recent comments made by Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, deep down, we’re a little disappointed we’re not his interns.
Thanks to this post, I'm now listening to TLC. →
Priska describes a new 3D technology that’s a far cry from the rivers and lakes that we’re used to.
This is NPR...? →
From: Annie Ropeik Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2010 4:07 PM To: News-All Staff Subject: ISO: red/blue 3D glasses Or red/cyan (not polarized), for a brief Intern Edition experiment… Thanks!
Have you visited the main IE site lately? →
If not, be sure to stop by — if only to check out a swanky new addition to our navigation bar. (Unfortunately, you’ll have to provide your own glasses.)
An email exchange between NPR editors
From: Tanya Ballard Brown Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 3:43 PM To: DigitalNewsStaff; MusicTeam; DigitalMediaArts Subject: Gather thou BAs and URLs for ME and sendeth posthast* From: Trey Graham Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 3:57 PM To: Tanya Ballard Brown Subject: RE: Gather thou BAs and URLs for ME and sendeth posthaste I humbly submit that thou hast made a grammatical error. ...
It’s sangria time!– The intercom
A Very Scary Light Show: Exploding H-Bombs In... →
Want to see a slide show about interstellar explosions created, in part, by Science Desk interns Ellen Webber and Meagen Voss? Of course you do! (Did we mention that it’s about stuff exploding in space?)
What’s the coolest thing you’ve heard lately about teen pregnancy?– National Editor Steve Drummond during a pitch seminar.