I am a writer, developer, futurist, and one-half of the Knotty Geeks podcast.
Interests: Astronomy, newLISP, Science Fiction.
|Jeremy Reimer||Posted on: Mon Aug 13 11:05:14 2012|
Joined: Fri Nov 19 10:21:20 2010
|August 13, 1982. A young, precocious ten year-old boy finally convinces his family to let him tape record the evening meal.|
Thirty years later, a much older boy finds the tape in a closet and decides to try and preserve long-lost family memories. (Digitizing and cleaning up the audio was an interesting process, and I’ll blog about that later).
I was a bit of a twit back in those days, a bit of a know-it-all, and I liked to interrupt people a lot. I think a lot of it was being ten, and the rest of it was due to my excitement at finally being able to record dinner. It was kind of a like a very early podcast!
Hearing my mom and dad’s voices again is very bittersweet, but I also laughed a lot. Check out the coffee grinder at 26 minutes in!
You can read more about the "Flying Bandit" that my dad referred to (and once met) here:http://thiswaswinnipeg.blogspot.ca/2008/07/flying-bandit.html
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