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    June 23rd, 2007

    funnylookinhat Posted:

    Today I had a call-in interview for the “Castellini on Computers” radio show, which is broadcast on the western slope of the mountains.  It was a fun experience for me, but my first chance at ever being on a radio show.  Combine that with the fact that I was ditching work for about 30 minutes to do it and I was a bit nervous and hurried.  All that aside, I felt like it was a great exposure moment for Ubuntu and the CoLoCo team for anyone that was listening.

    If you all are curious as to what I sound like on the radio (which is nothing like what I sound like in normal life) you can hear the clips from the below links.  Sorry, they’re only in mp3 from his site, but they’ll have to do for now:

    http://www.helpmerick.com/node/1529  – Part I
    http://www.helpmerick.com/node/1530  – Part II
    http://www.helpmerick.com/node/1531  -  Follow-up Comments

    Hopefully the next time around (if there is a next time) will go a bit smoother.  : )

    Rick actually has a very nice computer how-to website setup that has been featuring Ubuntu for the past week.  If you’re curious to see his tutorials and hear what he has to say about Ubuntu check it out at http://www.helpmerick.com .  I’ll be heading out his way in a few weeks I believe to give a talk to a computer group he runs in Grand Junction, if anyone wants to come with or meet me there feel free to let me know.  It would be a great chance for me to meet our friends on the western slope in person!

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