Show Archive – May 22nd, 2012

6 audio clips available

Today’s topics and guests:

  • Rich discusses the series of stories that we’ve broken on Oh My Blog. For instance, Rich tackles whether there should be a consultant hired to figure out what’s wrong with Goffstown’s Mountain View Middle School, and Rich goes deep into the Manchester Budget and the meeting that was held last night. He was there with his computer and he was blogging away. Your humble host was even evicted from the room when the committee went to non-public session. Don’t forget to vote in our new Poll Question!
  • Gray Chynoweth, Dyn (Dynamic Network Services) Chief Operating Officer, came on the program to discuss his company’s recent splash in the tech world. This segment is brought to you by St. Mary’s Bank as part of our Movers and Shakers in Local Business. Dyn does two things for both mom and pops and big companies, and those things are: DNS for networking and computer connections, as well as email. This company started as a hobby in 1997 and things have certainly taken off from there, with 17 data-centers all over the world. Will this company ever go public? How does this company relate to cyber security? Visit www.dyn.com, and don’t forget to attend the Party at Arms on Thursday.
  • Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit. Today’s topic: George Washington Morrison Nutt, a Manchester native and a “Little Person”. He was offered $30,000 to perform in the circus. After taking the cash, Commodore Nutt became the $30,000 Nutt. Plus, Nutt met the Prime Minister of Japan and Queen Victoria. He was basically the Adam Sandler of the 19th Century! Tune in for the details. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH. Visit them at www.PSNH.com!
  • Our folks from City Year come back for part two of our series to discuss the program and the upcoming “Friendraiser.” Paula Sullivan is in, and she is joined Scott Tranchemontagne, Board Member of City Year, and Andy Jordan, a 23 year old Corps Member of City Year. Andy tells us a little about himself and how he got into the program, and then Scott does the same! Tune in for the details. Plus, Manchester has a dropout rate of 400 a year? Finally, an interesting call from Dave in Bedford shakes things up, and in the second half of the hour, we tackle his questions head on! Federal funding, the cost of this program to tax payers, and even a small connection to the Buffoonery in Bedford. Also, Brenda Campbell, Vice President of the PTA at McDonough School, joins us to comment on City Year. They finish the interview with a description of “morning greeting,” and the details of the upcoming “friend-raiser.” For more information, view their blog, find them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter! This segment is sponsored by our friends at Bellwether Community Credit Union.

 

 

 

Show Archive – May 22nd, 2012

6 audio clips available

Today’s topics and guests:

  • Rich discusses the series of stories that we’ve broken on Oh My Blog. For instance, Rich tackles whether there should be a consultant hired to figure out what’s wrong with Goffstown’s Mountain View Middle School, and Rich goes deep into the Manchester Budget and the meeting that was held last night. He was there with his computer and he was blogging away. Your humble host was even evicted from the room when the committee went to non-public session. Don’t forget to vote in our new Poll Question!
  • Gray Chynoweth, Dyn (Dynamic Network Services) Chief Operating Officer, came on the program to discuss his company’s recent splash in the tech world. This segment is brought to you by St. Mary’s Bank as part of our Movers and Shakers in Local Business. Dyn does two things for both mom and pops and big companies, and those things are: DNS for networking and computer connections, as well as email. This company started as a hobby in 1997 and things have certainly taken off from there, with 17 data-centers all over the world. Will this company ever go public? How does this company relate to cyber security? Visit www.dyn.com, and don’t forget to attend the Party at Arms on Thursday.
  • Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit. Today’s topic: George Washington Morrison Nutt, a Manchester native and a “Little Person”. He was offered $30,000 to perform in the circus. After taking the cash, Commodore Nutt became the $30,000 Nutt. Plus, Nutt met the Prime Minister of Japan and Queen Victoria. He was basically the Adam Sandler of the 19th Century! Tune in for the details. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH. Visit them at www.PSNH.com!

  • Our folks from City Year come back for part two of our series to discuss the program and the upcoming “Friendraiser.” Paula Sullivan is in, and she is joined Scott Tranchemontagne, Board Member of City Year, and Andy Jordan, a 23 year old Corps Member of City Year. Andy tells us a little about himself and how he got into the program, and then Scott does the same! Tune in for the details. Plus, Manchester has a dropout rate of 400 a year? Finally, an interesting call from Dave in Bedford shakes things up, and in the second half of the hour, we tackle his questions head on! Federal funding, the cost of this program to tax payers, and even a small connection to the Buffoonery in Bedford. Also, Brenda Campbell, Vice President of the PTA at McDonough School, joins us to comment on City Year. They finish the interview with a description of “morning greeting,” and the details of the upcoming “friend-raiser.” For more information, view their blog, find them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter! This segment is sponsored by our friends at Bellwether Community Credit Union.

Hour Number One

To kick off the show, Rich discusses the series of stories that we’ve broken on Oh My Blog. The discussion continues on whether there should be a consultant hired to figure out what’s wrong with Mountain View Middle School. Plus, have been improper Non-Public Session procedures? Rich thinks so! In the second half of the hour, Rich goes deep into the Manchester Budget and the meeting that was held last night. Rich was there with his computer and he was blogging away. Your humble host was even evicted from the room when the committee went to non-public session.

Hour Number Two

In the second hour, Gray Chynoweth, Dyn (Dynamic Network Services) Chief Operating Officer, came on the program to discuss his company’s recent splash in the tech world. This segment is brought to you by St. Mary’s Bank as part of our Movers and Shakers in Local Business. Dyn does two things for both mom and pops and big companies, and those things are DNS for networking and computer connections and email. This company started as a hobby in 1997 and things have certainly taken off from there, with 17 data-centers all over the world. Will this company ever go public? How does this company relate to cyber security? Visit www.dyn.com, and don’t forget to attend the Party at Arms on Thursday. In the second half of the hour, our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit. Today’s topic: George Washington Morrison Nutt, a Manchester native and a “Little Person.” He was offered $30,000 to perform in the circus. After taking the cash, Commodore Nutt became the $30,000 Nutt. Plus, Nutt met the Prime Minister of Japan and Queen Victoria. He was basically the Adam Sandler of the 19th Century! Tune in for the details. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH. Visit them at www.PSNH.com!

Hour Number Three

In hour three, our folks from City Year come back for part two of our series to discuss the program and the upcoming “Friendraiser.” Paula Sullivan is in, and she is joined Scott Tranchemontagne, Board Member of City Year, and Andy Jordan, a 23 year old Corps Member of City Year. Andy tells us a little about himself and how he got into City Year, and then Scott does the same! Tune in for the details. Plus, Manchester has a dropout rate of 400 a year? Finally, an interesting call from Dave in Bedford shakes things up, and in the second half of the hour, we tackle his questions head on! Federal funding, the cost of this program to tax payers, and even a small connection to the Buffoonery in Bedford. Brenda Campbell, Vice President of the PTA at McDonough School, also joins us to comment on City Year. They finish the interview with a description of “morning greeting,” and the details of the upcoming “friend-raiser.” For more information, view their blog, find them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter! This segment is sponsored by our friends at Bellwether Community Credit Union.

Gray Chynoweth, Dyn (Dynamic Network Services) Chief Operating Officer

Gray Chynoweth, Dyn (Dynamic Network Services) Chief Operating Officer, came on the program to discuss his company’s recent splash in the tech world. This segment is brought to you by St. Mary’s Bank as part of our Movers and Shakers in Local Business. Dyn does two things for both mom and pops and big companies, and those things are: DNS for networking and computer connections, as well as email. This company started as a hobby in 1997 and things have certainly taken off from there, with 17 data-centers all over the world. Will this company ever go public? How does this company relate to cyber security? Visit www.dyn.com, and don’t forget to attend the Party at Arms on Thursday.

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Aurore Eaton, The History Lady

Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit. Today’s topic: George Washington Morrison Nutt, a Manchester native and a Little Person. He was offered $30,000 to perform in the circus. After taking the cash, Commodore Nutt became the $30,000 Nutt. Plus, Nutt met the Prime Minister of Japan and Queen Victoria. He was basically the Adam Sandler of the 19th Century! Tune in for the details. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH. Visit them at www.PSNH.com!

Scott Tranchemontagne, Paula Sullivan, Andy Jordan, and Brenda Campbell of City Year New Hampshire

Our folks from City Year come back for part two of our series to discuss the program and the upcoming “Friendraiser.” Paula Sullivan is in, and she is joined Scott Tranchemontagne, Board Member of City Year, and Andy Jordan, a 23 year old Corps Member of City Year. Andy tells us a little about himself and how he got into City Year, and then Scott does the same! Tune in for the details. Plus, Manchester has a dropout rate of 400 a year? Finally, an interesting call from Dave in Bedford shakes things up, and in the second half of the hour, we tackle his questions head on! Federal funding, the cost of this program to tax payers, and even a small connection to the Buffoonery in Bedford. Brenda Campbell, Vice President of the PTA at McDonough School, also joins us to comment on City Year. They finish the interview with a description of “morning greeting,” and the details of the upcoming “friend-raiser.” For more information, view their blog, find them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter! This segment is sponsored by our friends at Bellwether Community Credit Union.