Too many Voicemails, too much Clickbait (Unwind Media; April 22-29)

Guys, this is serious. Whoever is calling me, please stop. I am getting so many calls since I posted my new voicemail message that it can’t be a coincidence. Some fairly big news coming up soon on Unwind Media, so stay tuned.

This week on the podcast, we spoke to Darren Shackleton, President of the Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association of Food Service Professionals. We had…
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In this episode, we discuss Google’s new mobile network, Google Fi, the possible “cure” for asthma, and decide whether buying a field Roomba (aka a tractor)…
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Voicemail, Feedback, Future Chat and Ottawhat? (April 15-21)

Lots going on at Unwind Media this week! I also finally closed down robattrell.com and moved that site over to this blog (which means that I now get a bunch of spam traffic here :(.

I also FINALLY updated my voicemail message, which I also put online for your listening pleasure. In case it wasn’t obvious from the message, I don’t like voicemail very much.

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This month on Feedback, we discuss the good and bad kinds of music hipster, how bands can successfully or unsuccessfully change their sound over time, and…

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In this episode, we sat down with Drew McFadyen from Grimprov Ottawa, a local long-form improvisational comedy troupe. We learned about the various ways i…
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This week on Future Chat, we were joined by a special guest, Christopher Johnson! We talked about the Apple Watch try-ons and Apple Pay, NASA and SpaceX, and the intersection of politics and new media.
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The Future is Back again! (April 7-14)

Future Chat is back with Season 2! This week featured the triumphant return of our science and tech show, as well as a great interview with Ottawa photographer, Justin Van Leeuwen.

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We’re back with Season 2 of Future Chat. We’re well rested and chatted about giant telescopes, the end of Soylent flatulence, and tiny, tiny “computers”.

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In this episode, we talked to Justin Van Leeuwen, a local photographer who somehow manages to balance spending time with his kids and photographing some of the city’s most important people!

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