Mike Zieman works on scoring technology with Baja SAE and Formula SAE Collegiate Design Series. We chat about the development of modernizing these competitions by moving data capture from paper to digital and the future implications for students and organizers. Also, did you know Huntsville, Alabama was a tech city?
Mike Pound, affectionately known to our crew as Uncle Crappy, stopped by to check out the studio since we shuffled things around not so long ago. Since he stopped by early, we snagged a chat about what he’s doing online these days. Starting with the origin of his online moniker, we moved on to his work with Beer Me, an online college football project with Carla Swank, and some general information about what it’s like working for a traditional media company in a new media world.
Katie Dudas joins us to talk about something other than AwesomeCast – her role with The ScareHouse as Director of Sales and Marketing. She shares how she got involved with social media in general, how she met her current friends via social media, and how social media opened the door for her working at The ScareHouse before she started in her current role with them.
Zach Rizza has been part of the Sorgatron Media family for some time, primarily talking wrestling with us on the Wrestling Mayhem Show. But, he also some does pretty cool things with tech with his Rizz Plays Games. He joins us to talk about not only playing video games, but how he uses a microphone and video set-up to live stream his games via Twitch, how he has developed his online persona, and more.