I was the producer and host of Dr. Dobb's TechNetCast, an early internet video show and podcast about the Internet and software technologies. In the course of this program, I interviewed dozens of pioneering software engineers across the U.S., from Bell Labs to Silicon Valley, including Bjarne Stroustrup [C++], Larry Wall [Perl], James Gosling [Java], Linus Torvalds [Linux], Guido van Rossum [Python], ... These programs are all lost today - this fact can serve as a cautionary tale about the impermanence of digital records. Here's a rare surviving artefact from those days, the transcript of an interview with C++ inventor Bjarne Stroustrup.
I was a co-host of hackerz, an audio streaming show broadcast on Silicon Alley-based internet pioneer pseudo.com's radio network.
I participated in Project Betty, a venture funded by early online service Prodigy to create virtual 3D chat rooms. I authored the chat server used by the platform.