Public Address – I can’t see you, but you should see me

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Being lost for words when youre a talkback host could hardly be considered ideal. But back in September of 1992, I was hosting an evening talkback show on a fledgling radio station in what was then a newly deregulated, highly unstable radio market.


Public Address 17 April 2014 – I can’t see you, but you should see me

I Can’t See You, But You Should See Me
13:46 Apr 17, 2014 in Access by Jonathan Mosen
Being lost for words when you’re a talkback host could hardly be considered ideal. But back in September of 1992, I was hosting an evening talkback show on a fledgling radio station in what was then a newly deregulated, highly…
http://publicaddress.net/access/i-cant-see-you-but-you-should-see-me/

Friday Music: Record Store Day
10:59 Apr 17, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
As readers will know, I have long embraced the internet music revolution. The ability to discover and download new things pretty much as they’re being made has reinvented and refreshed my lifelong relationship with popular music. But I still really…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/friday-music-record-store-day-1/

Disability, identity and the internet
9:18 Apr 16, 2014 in Access by Chelle Hope
The internet has enabled communication on a level that could never have been imagined before the “digital era”. Individuals with even the most complex identities and niche interests can find like-minded people with whom to virtually congregate. People with disabilities…
http://publicaddress.net/access/disability-identity-and-the-internet/

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It would help make all this work more viable. Cheers, Russell.

(Oh, and have a nice Easter break, now.)

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