So, among the entries that got toasted are a number of rants on my part about radio being a bitch to move around. I moved it to my desktop and everything died. I updated all the path names and yet things still behaved very badly. I realized that Radio is not written to be a *good* OS X application. Being a UNIX system, the radio files should *not* be stored in /Applications/Radio Userland/ but rather in my home directory. This way, they can be referenced as ~/radio/whatever/ and if I move things to a new system, that will still work if I keep the relative path the same. And this is how UNIX systems do things. UNIX programs never store their configuration data in /usr/bin/ and so forth.