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January 18, 2012

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Dan

The area around Austin is pretty much ground zero for decent Texas-style barbecue, but I'm partial to Kansas City style.

My faves:

* Iron Works (Austin)
* Black's (Lockhart)
* County Line (Austin)
* Salt Lick (round Rock)
* Louie Mueller (Taylor)
* Taylor Cafe (about a block away from Louie Mueller; the most hole-in-the-wall, barely-passing-health-inspection BBQ joint you'll ever find)

Paul

All Quiet on the Western Front: 2012 Challenges and Opportunities in the Five-Year Strategic Plan for U.S. International Broadcasting
http://www.unc.edu/depts/diplomat/rev_item/2012/0106/ca/heil_quiet.html

Is Pandora the Future of Radio?
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2012/01/18/is-pandora-the-future-of-radio.aspx

Ed S

So subjective. Chicago invented ribs!

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