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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

From George:

Anthony Colombo provided an expert eye and invaluable suggestions as my part of this manuscript developed, and Joseph Colombo provided the daily prodding I needed to get the job done. I couldn’t have written this book without their help and support. Special thanks to Jim Jeter, who helped me flesh out some of the original ideas about how to approach this book. I also want to thank Alicia Rivas for providing important insight into the principles behind great radio and candid input about the book and our podcasts.

When I began this project, radio guru Walter Sabo got me started in the right direction with his unique and authoritative take on radio and podcasting. I’m also indebted to David Brown, Jonathan Brown, Matt Thompson, and Paul Figgiani for their major contributions to this book and to my understanding of podcasting and audio. Thanks to David Fugate for his efforts in finding a home for this book. I was lucky to get to know Tim Bourquin during this project and appreciated his overall support. Finally, let me give an enormous thank you to Todd Green, who has been unbelievably engaged, understanding, and supportive throughout this entire project.

From Curt:

Thanks to George for having the idea for this book, and for inviting me to join him. John Sawyer and Jordan Wiens are young men who dazzle me with their knowledge and skill; I’m grateful that they share both with me on a regular basis. Thanks to Steve Antonoff for late-night IM help sessions, and to Brian Chee for so generously sharing from his vast knowledge of networking and security. I am grateful to Rob Preston, Mike Lee, and my colleagues at Network Computing for encouraging me to work on this book. Finally, a much-belated thank you to Mrs. Billie Bryan of Weaver High School, who first taught me to find joy in working with words.

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