Question of the Week
I was asked about my sound. People have been asking about my sound and why I sound different. Simply put, I invested in some equipment this year. I got a ZoomH6. Check it out here – ZoomH6 Webpage. This unit has changed the way I record and has space for me to grow as a content producer.
The ZoomH6 is modular, meaning I can easily attach different microphones for the situation. I can fit in a backpack or briefcase which allows me to be where the story is, or in a recording studio.
I turned in bottles and cans, scrimped and saved to get a recertified ZoomH6 off Ebay. I am glad I did. I am still learning how to use it, and I am looking forward to seeing what I can do with it.
I talked about the professor from Drexel who tweeted that he wanted to vomit when he saw someone give a soldier their first class airline seat. So much has been written and said about this already, but I was add this thought.
The next time you, as an active duty service member or veteran have someone thank you for their service, smile and say you are welcome. The reason I say this is there are still people that would spit or in this case vomit on you for wearing your uniform if they could.
Professor Ciccariello-Maher may not have physically done that to the soldier, but in a real sense he did it with his tweet. It is his right to do. I am going to ask that if you say you support the military that you think long and hard before going to Drexel University where he teaches. I am going to write a letter to Drexel expressing my thoughts in a meaningful way. I also want to thank the person who gave up their seat for that soldier. This attention should be on you.
Providence VA Hiring
A listener on the show who works at the VA in Providence asked me to pass along that his VA is hiring. Go to http://www.usajobs.gov and put in Veterans Administration and Providence VA look to see what is available. They are looking for veterans. Starting pay is 49k GS 7 with the potential to GS 10and GS11. Check this site out and if you have any questions contact me – email@example.com