Doing more radio, clip with NPR


I know I haven’t written here in quite a while. Over the past year, I have gradually decreased my responsibilities at Geektime and been digging deep into learning how to/now doing more radio work. And I’m very excited.

Here’s a taste of what I’ve been up to: my first clip with NPR’s Binghamton/Ithaca station. It’s just a minute and a half, so won’t take too much of your time, if you would like to listen. It’s about how Ithaca’s mayor, who is advocating to open a supervised injection site for drug users, thinks that proposing such a radical measure has made it possible to fund other drug-related programs. Also, for those hard of hearing, there is a transcript in the link as well.

Svante Myrick

Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick. CREDIT CLIFF OWEN / AP PHOTO


Ch-ch-ch-changes: Part II


First, I must thank many of you who reached out to me after my last post. Your positive energy was much appreciated. I think it worked, because not only did I land my first contract writing gig, I also got rehired for my editing position. Yipee! The contract writing will be a part-time grant writing job that I can do from Israel. That’s a very exciting development and lovely way for me to step back into the nonprofit world. Then, the story about my position, well…how about you read this Jpost post, titled, “Working it: Some advice about journalism in Israel,” to get the full picture? :).

In any case, I’m very excited for these next steps and really appreciate all of your support. Hope you’re doing well, and look forward to seeing many of you in the Bay Area over Thanksgiving!

Courtesy of lovelihood at Creative Commons.