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aptquark 4th March 2011 10:16 PM

Yo SY...were you on NPR recently?
 
Someone named Stuart Yaniger was interviewed about plastic formulations/composition on NPR. I heard it this morning on the radio.

SY 4th March 2011 10:23 PM

How many of us could there be? :D

The guy who did the piece was very easy to talk to, very smart, and knows how to use a shotgun mike and digital editing software.

kevinahcc20 4th March 2011 10:24 PM

What was it...a discussion about whether you could determine the quality of different plastics by feel or whether you needed to chemically analyze them to know which had superior properties?

Cal Weldon 4th March 2011 10:24 PM

Anything about Estrogen? ;)

aptquark 4th March 2011 10:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SY (Post 2491713)
How many of us could there be? :D

The guy who did the piece was very easy to talk to, very smart, and knows how to use a shotgun mike and digital editing software.


SO NOW I KNOW WHAT YOU SOUND LIKE...AND WHERE YOU WORK!

WATCH OUT!!!!!!!:bomb:

It was a cool piece for sure. Are you guys actively working on this estrogen-free (lol) plastic?

SY 4th March 2011 10:29 PM

Here's a link to the piece:

Plastic's New Frontier: No Scary Chemicals : NPR

The research was interesting enough to get me to move to Texas. :D

I flinch every time I hear my own voice. 35 years away from Baltimore and I still can't shake the accent.

Pano 4th March 2011 10:37 PM

Today I worked with a guy about your age who grew up in D.C. He sounds a lot like you.

Congrats on the air time. I didn't hear it this morning - good thing as I might have run off the road!

aptquark 4th March 2011 11:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pano (Post 2491737)
Today I worked with a guy about your age who grew up in D.C. He sounds a lot like you.

Congrats on the air time. I didn't hear it this morning - good thing as I might have run off the road!


he's doesn't sound as geeky as you would expect...lol...

aptquark 4th March 2011 11:03 PM

hey...dont ban me...AGAIN!

FrankWW 4th March 2011 11:09 PM

Quote:

I flinch every time I hear my own voice. 35 years away from Baltimore and I still can't shake the accent.
Accent? What one would be better?

The important thing about a voice is that it has the right kind of "buzz" that makes folk listen. Yours does.


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