Innovation Podcasts

Tuesday, October 17, marks the first of our Innovating@Sun podcasts, a kind of funky, edgy, view of what's going on at Sun and why it's relevant -- to employees, customers, passers-by and anyone else who can spare 10 minutes of airtime. My simple goal was a rough stylistic mash-up of Stephen Colbert, James Governor, and Mark Cuban, without straying from technical accuracy or overloading the volume compander on our recording console.

The last time I had this much fun with a microphone was when I was the voice of Sunday Morning Jazz on WPRB 103.3 FM, in the mid-80s, and I had a limited but loyal crew of listeners (including my parents who were sometimes able to pick up the signal with appropriate hand-holding of the FM antenna). Some of the faithful were incarcerated in the Trenton state correctional facility, and it seems their choice of Sunday morning listening was made for them by someone who liked my show and had popular (or declarative) control over the dial at that time.

Here's hoping you like the thoughts, whether or not you're forced to listen to them.

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Where is the link?

Posted by Justin Shaffer on October 17, 2006 at 05:13 AM EDT #

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