Famous at last: I was interviewed for Open Source, a public radio program that culls stories from the internet.
This entry was posted on Friday, February 17th, 2006 at 11:20 pm by Editor B and is filed under Geeky, Radio & TV. Tags: interview, Self-Aggrandizement.
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well, damn! I listen to that show, but missed ya!
wait, it’s even worse! They carry it M-Th here on air, M-F live online and I catch the rebroadcast only. Shee-yit!
Doh! They spelled your last name wrong on the website! Sorry if that’s a killjoy think to point out.
Is there any way to listen to it on the radio?
I mean on the web.
Oops, sorry y’all, but I unintentionally misled. Although I was interviewed by the radio program staff, it wasn’t actually for the radio, just that write-up that appears on their website. They didn’t record me. At least I don’t think they did. Confusing, I know, but that’s life in this age of multimedia.
Nice coverage, and you are deserving of it, and you and Xy nicely represent N.O., I think.
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