I play multiple musical instruments; the saxophone semi-competently, I can muddle my way through on the clarinet, and am (very) slowly teaching myself bass guitar. I am a fan of music, entertainment, science and technology, and will happily talk about news and events in all three categories. I started working in radio in high school, and never really left. I've worked in a number of positions both behind the scenes and in front of the mic, including traffic (commercial scheduling), engineering, production (both making commercials and acting as the person back at the studio during sports or other live events), and of course, being an on-air DJ.
Buying a Computer? Think about this! Part 2
Here we go, with Part 2 of my thoughts on what you need to know when buying a new computer, no matter what the reason is.
Buying a Computer as a Grad Gift? Think About This! Part 1
It's getting to be that time of year again. Graduation announcements are going out, and ads for things to buy that soon-to-be grad are starting to appear.
Should 911 Operators Be Classified as First Responders?
When we think of first responders, we usually think of police, firefighters, and EMTs. Should 911 operators be added to that list?
April 11 is International ‘Louie Louie’ Day – Are You Celebrating?
It's amazing the things that get recognition.
MSU Extension Talks Considerations For 2023 Growing Season
Montana's farmers are getting ready for the growing season, and MSU Extension wants them to take into consideration the effect recent weather could have on their plans.
MSU Reports on Structures to Reduce Collisions With Wildlife
Wildlife crossings. We see the signs for them on the side of the highway, prompting small children (or those who don't know any better) to ask, "How do the animals know to cross here? They can't read."
FCC News – March 2023
On March 16th, the FCC Commissioners held their monthly open meeting, and some of what was covered will hopefully be of interest to you.
How Seriously Do You Take Your Lawn or Garden?
It's almost spring. I mean, it's got to get here at some time, right? For a lot of people, that means time to start thinking about their lawns and gardens.
MSU Working on Soil Acidity Problem
If you don't regularly work in the dirt, be it for gardening, lawncare, or as a farmer, you probably don't give much thought to soil acidity.
Researchers Create Enzyme to Break Down Plastics Quickly
Back in April 2022, researchers at the University of Texas at Austin created an enzyme that can quickly break down plastics.