Science pop – The Boston Globe

This is a two-part stumble! First off, how cool is this?

Back in February the 133-year-old magazine Popular Science quietly slipped a Contributing Troubadour onto its masthead. An explanation finally appeared in the current (September) issue: Jonathan Coulton, the magazine’s designated tunesmith, has recorded a soundtrack to the issue.

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