shavermedia microupdate

Point the first: my KCBS nanointerview is online now, lemme know how obvious it is that I had just woken up.

Point the second: a Red Herring interview I did some time ago (a surreal blend of hard-hitting in-depth journalism about security and competitive threats, and fluff questions about my favourite childhood toys, I must say) is now webified as well. The highlight, for me, is the photo; Vlad obviously performed some ILM-grade special effects. And the Red Herring seems to have done their own, simultaneously scaling it down and making it blockier. Guess it looked better in print, though I’ve never seen it to be sure.

Can’t say I really like the way my answers came out, though the fact that they don’t use quote marks does, I suppose, give them license to chop and slice. If you’ve heard me speak extemporaneously, let alone in a press setting, you’ll probably recognize that voice and style as not quite mine.

sorry, did you blink?

I’m in Portland this week for a promising meeting about the Linux desktop, and I got to start my day today with a quick little interview on KCBS-AM about yesterday’s thoroughly be-Digged launch of Firefox 1.5. It was live-to-air, which is a great way to get the blood pumping at 0620, I must say.

If you just must have your audio-interview-of-Canadian-Mozilla-Mikes fix, I entreat you to savour the talking-over-each-other glories of the inaugural podcast of “Inside the Net”.

Other shavermedia exploits of questionable note:

  • “The California Report”on KQED ran a segment on Mozilla in general, featuring interviews with myself, Mitchell Baker, and Robert O’Callahan. MozillaZine has some tips on where in the report you can find all the Mozilla goodness. (Especially Mitchell’s and Robert’s ever more goodly goodness.)
  • The Chris Pirillo Show let me eat up some, uh, bitwaves talking about the Extend Firefox contest. I haven’t actually listened to this one yet, but I presume he edited out all the double-entendre from the raw interview.
  • CommandN, everyone’s favourite indie technology internet video series, filmed me slouching for a few minutes. If you have more bandwidth than taste, you can also see me slouching in high-definition video.
  • I also now have a (huge) video of my LinuxWorld keynote, but I’m not sure where or if I’ll put it up. So bad!