Monthly Archives: October 2017

BONUS: My Very First Episode, Featuring Paul Thompson!

Hey Everyone!

I wanted to publish my first ever recording of a podcast, because it was a huge milestone for me to have finally beat back the doubt demons and just press record! It features a conversation with the star of episode #2, Paul Thompson. We had an awesome time discussing the music business, including some of our favorite artists, as well as exploring the current and future state of how we consume music.

Please enjoy the show, and remember to tell a friend about the podcast! There is even a ‘Share Episode’ button right next to the podcast player, so send a couple texts/emails to some people who will dig it, if you don’t mind :).

#4 – Alejandro Bernard & Zac Davenport: Tales from Lansing, NY

This episode features my first take at interviewing more than one person at a time, but it includes two of my best friends from childhood to take the edge off. We delved into numerous topics including high school hijinx, social status related to athletic involvement, and their experience growing up as only children with a single mom, and how that impacted their development as men.

This was a blast to record, and I sincerely hope you enjoy it!

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Alejandro Bernard-Papachryssanthou currently resides in Ithaca, NY where he teaches private music lessons and lives with his wife Alice, a local librarian. They are excitedly renovating their first house.

Zac Davenport is a healthcare IT systems engineer, also residing in Ithaca. In his spare time he enjoys board gaming, growing his real estate rental business, and daydreaming about numerous screenplays he has yet to finish.

#3 – Megan Metzger: Don’t Fight With Strangers on the Internet

Dr. Megan Metzger recently completed her PhD in Politics from New York University, and is currently on a Carnegie Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Russian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In this episode we discuss the impact of social media in our own lives, and explore some tactics to avoid the pressures and misleading identities people promote of themselves. We also discuss when quitting is the right decision, and how important it is to celebrate your victories, big and small.

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