Meet the Staff, Episode 7: Michael Stanclift (Marshalus)

While some of us wait for Windows 7 to be released, one seven you no longer have to wait for is Meet the Staff, Episode 7. The Meet the Staff podcast series kicked off a couple of months ago. Each week one of the people behind the scenes at Neowin is interviewed and answer various questions that our members have recently submitted. The series has been made possible by a long term member, previously a MVC (Most Valued Contributer) and now Moderator, Warwagon.

Want to know what it's like to be... me? Member 82? Neowin Managing Editor, and one of the longest serving staffers who doesn't wear a purple badge? This week we are pleased to give you the seventh episode of the series featuring Marshalus, also known as Michael Stanclift.

Click play below to listen to the show immediately or follow the appropriate links to download the current episode. Enjoy, and remember to leave your comments about the show below.

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Be sure to check out our previous Meet the Staff Podcasts:

  1. Daniel Fleshbourne, Neowin Administrator
  2. Rob Wright, Neowin Developer
  3. Andrew Lyle (lylesback2), Neowin Reporter
  4. Christopher Vendemio (bangbang023), Neowin Senior News Analyst
  5. Dave Legg, Neowin Developer
  6. Jessica (Triliaeris), Neowin Global Moderator

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bmaher said,
I'd imagine he meant 250MB :P

Um, bmaher, aren't you forgetting about the possibility that Mike may have which may allow him to travel into the future? Some people just don't think, do they, bmaher? *taps foot*


Wow! warwagon, that voice really cracked me up. "Honey, I have something to tell you." Hahahahahaha! Great podcast though. When you said "Time sure does fly when you're having fun." I quickly checked the time and it said 48 minutes. To say the least, I was quite surprised. It felt... shorter.

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