I’m a moderately regular guest on New Hampshire Public Radio, appearing most Tuesdays before 5 p.m. to talk about my Monitor column and occasionally appearing on The Exchange talk show.
Much less often I appear on community access and local TV – most recently in this sit-down on Capital Connections, a show broadcast over stations on either side of the Connecticut River in Vermont and Maine. We did four five-minute discussions about alternative voting methods, the Dyn attack, how the tech environment changes around New Hampshire and predictive markets’ failure in politics (it was recorded two days after the presidential election). You can see it here.
You can also see me – although not much of me, happily – in ConcordTV’s recordings of Science Cafe Concord presentations, most of which I moderate. They are full of good stuff from the panelists responding to questions, most recently about the current and future state of 3-D printers. You can check them out here.
Incidentally, despite having such video evidence shoved in my face, my mental self-image is still a cross between Jimmy Stuart and George Clooney.
If you want to tell me that my self-image is accurate, here’s my email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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