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Oliver Wyman
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Actor. Technologist. Raconteur. Accomplished voice artist. Award-winning audio book narrator. Owner and Grand Fromage at Amazingland Productions.
Actor. Technologist. Raconteur. Accomplished voice artist. Award-winning audio book narrator. Owner and Grand Fromage at Amazingland Productions.

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Oliver Wyman commented on a post on Blogger.
So you took this incredibly useful feature away so that we would be forced to use your awful browser to get it back? WTF happened to "Don't be evil"?
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I had a blast recording this book. Highly recommended.
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From the shameless plea dept:

Please go to this website and vote for your favorite male narrator as many times as you can from as many different computers as you can find. Assuming, of course, that your favorite male narrator is me. Otherwise, skip it.
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"Don’t get SOPA’d": Congress learns to fear the Internet public

I found echoes of Thomas Jefferson's notion that when people fear the government, there is oppression, and when government fears the people, there is liberty, in the opening of Kim Hart's recent piece in Politico about the ongoing reaction in Washington to the SOPA/PiPA protests:

"In the wake of the Internet blackout that led to the dramatic death of two controversial online piracy bills, a new warning has entered the Hill vernacular: 'Don’t get SOPA’d.'

Unfortunately, after that provocative opening, the story devolves into the familiar narrative about the competition between "Hollywood" and "Silicon Valley", reinforcing the prevailing notion that the job of Congress is to balance the interests of two competing lobbies rather than looking after what is best for the citizens of our republic. The SOPA protests weren't the work of some Silicon Valley lobby; as +Andrew Rasiej said to me recently, they were the work of "the Internet public."

(Andrew noted that that lovely term, "the Internet Public," was coined by Dave Parry in his essay "It’s not the Public Internet, It is the Internet Public." http://profoundheterogeneity.com/2011/02/its-not-the-public-internet-it-is-the-internet-public/)
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