It's been just over six months since I moved to this wild island city called New York. Since making this major geographical and vocational change, I've been doing my best to balance life, work, and tech podcasting. After six months of all this balancing, I'm ready for a quick sabbatical, and will be leaving today (Friday the 6th) for a brief vacation. I'm joining up with some longtime friends and making my way down to a small lake in the middle of Georgia, where I will proceed to work as hard as possible to do absolutely nothing for my brief period of downtime. I can't wait.
That said, I won't be around this weekend to host another thrilling episode of the TR podcast (apparently, neither will Scott, so it's pretty good timing all around). We will resume programming next weekend and release episode 87 of our show on Sunday the 15th.
In the meantime, feel free to browse the other tech podcasts in the iTunes podcast store, so you can get an idea of exactly how much cooler the TR Podcast is.
I'm kidding, of course. We know statistically that most of you don't use iTunes.
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