In 2004 I started a weekly podcast on international under-reported news based on a feeling that this was something I enjoy doing and I could be good at. More than 7 years and 400 episodes later, with the help of listeners and friends, I have travelled almost nonstop to some of the most interesting and unexpected corners of the world. These travels have led me to some unconventional guests, topics, and life choices. Through it all, week after week, I have kept the program going. The lessons I've learned and continue to learn going forward, tell a story that answers alot of today's most popular questions about the future of the internet and independent journalism. From crowd source funding to the streets of New Orleans, from itunes politics to the mountains of Afghanistan, I will share these stories and whatever wisdom they have brought me.
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