Tony Pierce comes on the show to discuss: Working at the beginning, middle, and end of the DotCom boom. Blogging way ahead if it’s time. Oscar night catastrophe. Working at The LA Times. So much more. Interview Recorded: November 15, 2020. Zoom Style. Intro and Outro Music – Brian Revels Who introduced us? Our mutual friend, Eric. Listen on this page or on your favorite player. The post Tony Pierce – 21 Years On appeared first on The Atlanta Podcast.
OPSQC Podcast_002: Tony Pierce - Founder Wayward Studios and Fingerlakes Grindhouse Entertainment
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Welcome to OPSQC Podcast Episode 002. Our Mission is to help entrepreneurs, innovators and small business owners scale their businesses to profitability. The goal of this podcast is to showcase real businesses, real owners, learn a little and have some fun while doing it. In this podcast we interview Tony Pierce of Wayward Studios and Fingerlakes Grindhouse Entertainment located in Auburn, New York. Tony’s and my friendship dates back to Port Byron High School, a small town located in Upstate New York. Tony has always been a creative spirit and his works have been the focus of many attractions. After Art School, he spent some time at Universal Studios designing the backdrops of sets for various rides, some that you may have been on. His works are really intricate, high quality and absolutely unique! I will include some links in the transcripts: like the Sharks Mouth water park entrance, a Giant gorilla holding a sub and coke, and he is now expanding his skills into the world of film, earning the title of Director of his own Horror Flick.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/opsqc-inc/support
Tony Pierce talks to people for a living. They tell him about how life is these days, what jobs they do, what challenges they face, and what they make of the crazy world around them. As a longtime resident of LA and blogger extraordinaire, who better to hear from during a pandemic to learn how life is for Angelinos. We discuss things like how LA feels today, what is good about working from home in this crisis, and how people are coping in different communities. We also look back on our glorious past and how we got here internet-wise. Also safe places to park your plane or new car. Today on the podcast, we spend the hour with the great Tony Pierce! The BusblogLos Angeleno
What does it take to design a full 53 concert season? Today we sit down with the Colorado Symphony’s Chief Artistic Officer Tony Pierce to discuss how the season is put together, how to secure soloists like Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman, and how they decide on what guest conductors to invite back. Tony also shares some of the CSO’s most exciting concerts coming this season, including the premier of a new genre! Support the show (https://patreon.com/podiumtimepod)
Wisconsin Lutheran College Women's Soccer Head Coach: Tony Pierce
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Wisconsin Lutheran College Women's Soccer Head Coach Tony Pierce joins Baxter & Simon to talk about his team's play last season and looks ahead to this season. He also reflects on his old playing days for the Milwaukee Wave indoor soccer team.
Tony Pierce was blogging before most of us had broadband internet and well before smart phones existed. For over a decade he has been writing daily and bringing people into his world on the busblog, where nothing is true. Through it all, he has preached about what would only years later be understood as good advice for anyone interested in writing or creating content online: keep going, do what makes you happy, and tell some good stories along the way. For the first time in several years, Tony and I hit the record button and look at what has happened and what is happening both in terms of our online lives and internet-media in general. And make no mistake about it, I credit Tony Pierce among the top sources of inspiration when it comes to self-expression on the internet and here on my website. So beware, compliments will be thrown around! The Busblog Tony Piece on Twitter Tony Mentions: Buzzfeed and Reddit (among others)
Colin Marshall sits down at KPCC headquarters in Pasadena with Tony Pierce, the station's blog editor, former editor at LAist and blog editor at the Los Angeles Times, and author of the Busblog. They discuss the time when he was the only English-language blogger to ride the bus; the longing for Los Angeles that brought him out of the Chicago suburbs; his years in the collegiate Eden of Isla Vista; making like the rich young prince in the bible and selling all his stuff in order to leave San Francisco and come back to Los Angeles; beginning to blog as a way to let all the city's single ladies know he was here; his encounters with different groups of people on different transit lines, and his strategic use of the subway for drinking; how people in Los Angeles can live here for decades without ever bothering to be truly present, and how they might do that in any city in the world; his push, while editing LAist, to tap into as great a variety of voices and experiences as possible; his belief that the Busblog, despite its explosive popularity, never deserved to get known at all; the fixture of Los Angeles literary culture that is the paradoxically positive Charles Bukowski; and how, in all of the Busblog's non-fanciness, he still wants to let the ladies of the world know he's available.