I was born in Chatham, Ontario, Canada in 1937. My mother, an American, was a housewife. My father would soon be going off for his 2nd war (WWII) as a bombing and gunnery instructor. He was in the R.A.F. in WWI, joining up when he was 16 years old.
I lived in Chatham from my year of birth until 1957. I lived thereafter for 8 months in Atikameg, Alberta on a Cree Indian Reservation where my husband was teaching. Later, we moved to Detroit, Michigan for a year (He was an American).
After that I lived in the Lower East Side of New York City for 13 years, before moving back to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1972.
I am retired now from working as a
Webmaster for the Canadian government. When not Podcasting I am an avid
online war gamer in World of Warcraft.
HOW I GOT STARTED IN PODCASTING
I edited the code of an existing XML feed to create my own but there were bits I didn't completely understand, so I bought FeedForAll which made life easier.
Having given 10 speeches for Toastmasters I was pretty much at home with public speaking and this past experience also helped when I became a popular blues history guest on a local blues FM radio show BLUZ Fm with Danny Marks on http://www.jazz.fm where I've done 30 guest spots now.
I've lived a longish life and know a bit about entertaining so the rest is Podcasting history, so to speak.
All you need to know about World of Warcraft
Documentary celebrating 10 years of adventure, camaraderie, and /dancing on mailboxes all around Azeroth. Explore the history of WoW with its creators, and journey into corners of Blizzard and the WoW community youve never seen before.
My daughter is a professional stained glass artist.
This is her site