Man, is it ever good to be home after two weeks of traveling and conferences. I still have things to write about from my trips, but being home makes that much easier.
I should give credit to Jordan for the fact that we even have today's podcast episode at all. I had not recorded from the laptop I was using for Skype last Thursday evening, and apparently, I'd set it up to do the local recording using the laptop's internal microphone rather than my Bluetooth headset, making that audio essentially useless. As a result, Jordan didn't have a high-quality file of my audio to include in the mix. He had to make do with the Skype audio that made it cross-continent to him after surviving the flaky hotel Wi-Fi. Hello, hours of post-processing work. I haven't listened to the whole episode yet, but I hope the thing is intelligible.
Anyhow, now I'm off to excavate the core of Damage Labs, which is full of boxes, and finish up my GTC report.
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