The universe is aligned against us this weekend. I'm currently in Washington, D.C. on a business trip and am completely buried in the record amounts of snow we've been getting on the east coast. My plan was to travel back to North Carolina (where the TR Podcast studios are located) in time for our regular podcast recording session tomorrow (Friday). Instead, I'm stuck here in our nation's capital for a few more days—and ultimately unable to record and produce a new episode of the TR Podcast for this weekend. Needless to say, Scott and the rest of the gang are devastated... just devastated.
If you haven't heard our latest episode, "Tales from CES," feel free to give that a listen over the weekend, or maybe tune into to one of my favorite radio shows and podcasts: This American Life. Either way, we'll be back in two weeks for our regularly scheduled podcast (Sunday the 28th, I believe).
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