Entries in marriage (2)


My conversation with the IU School of Informatics Alumni Association podcast

Indiana University School of Informatics Alumni association logoI was interviewed on November 19th of last year by John Blue for the Indiana University Informatics Alumni Association's "Bits of Informatics" podcast, and I'm pleased to say it's now online for your listening pleasure. Over lunch at Aesop's Tables on a cloudy, wintry day, John and I chatted about my telecommunications and new media experiences at the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses; surround-sound production and my 2-song Capstone presentation; how I met my wife in ballroom-dancing class; and List-en up, the Angie's List podcast, which was in its infancy last fall. Though my first name's spelled incorrectly (I'm sure John will fix it soon), I got a kick out of listening to the podcast episode. It's quite strange to hear my voice in a context outside of List-en up, but it was exciting to be the interviewee rather than be the interviewer. It was a bit nerve-wracking, as well — can you tell?

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Angie’s List blog and List-en up! podcast

It's April's and my six-month wedding anniversary! I can't believe it's already been half a year. I guess time flies when you're having fun :) I've written a new post at the Angie's List publication department's blog that touches on our wedding and home ownership. Also, the second episode of the podcast is up and running, about customer etiquette. If you order a cheeseburger but are rude to the waiter, you might get some spit along with the beef. Same thing with contractors: if you're rude to the guys doing your roof, you might end up with roofing nails "accidentally" caught in your car's tires.

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