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Part two of four, my answering questions from people on Patreon. Enjoy!
0:00 - Desert Island Records
3:18 - Dream Job At The Smithsonian?
7:50 - Ultimate in Comedy
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2 thoughts on “Talking about desert island records, dream jobs, and extreme comedy”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars BobC says:

    Thanks, Fran. You've just ruined ventriloquism for me. Put them in the same category as French mimes. You notice there are fewer mimes than there used to be? Puppets are next.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Keri Szafir says:

    Oh yes, the BrainWare music player, I also have and use that but the storage is limited ๐Ÿ™‚

    Politics, meh. Or maybe polyticks, poly meaning many, and ticks are bloodsucking creatures.
    The larger (and more conservative) an organization, the more pesky it gets. And it's not just about museums, but ANY workplace with more than a handful of people.

    I used to work/volunteer for a small museum (the Book Art Museum) in Lodz, PL. Sometimes it was hard for someone on the spectrum, but most of the time working there was hella fun. So much fun that I really loved staying overtime when I had a lot of stuff to do. I did equipment and installation maintenance, network administration, electronics projects. I curated the typecasting workshop (and could talk your ear off about various things related to Monotype technology and history), set up my lab there, operated and maintained the type casting machines, built a Raspberry Pi based controller for one of them and made few units, contributed to some meaningful projects such as restoring a typeface designed in 1928 or building a CNC mill… And I could help young compositors by spotting a typesetting bug too, I had a good eye for that. Sometimes I really wish I had a Monotype composition caster in my lab just to keep my skills sharp and develop the rpi2caster project.

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