I have a brief cameo. Kinda made my day.
There's something about doing a radio broadcast in front of a live audience that's folksy and charming and a whole lot more fun than the alternative. Oh, and DON'T be distracted by that mic stand in front of my head. Just pretend like it's not even there.
Matt Inman from The Oatmeal tested out his new Tesla cannon on my flesh and science got done. Yes, the current is lighting the bulb. And yes, it hurt.
Track me down before 2pm and I'll dance with you.
Thank you, Google.
23andMe's DNA mapping service will tell you about your genetic ancestry, identify genetic traits, and inform you about your carrier status for various health risks. I'm a data nerd, so I went crazy for it. It's an incredible way to learn about who you are and take control of your health information.
23andMe provides genetic testing for over 100 traits and diseases as well as DNA ancestry. Our mission is to be the world’s trusted source of personal genetic information.
I tracked a few of them down and got them to dance with me.
Finally figured out that when people say "podcast" I can just replace that word in my head with "radio show" and everything will make sense again. There are no pods or casts involved.
Matt is our guest this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast. He tells the story of his unlikely climb to online fame, talks about how his approach has evolved, explains how YouTube and the Inte…