From the archives: Resurrecting content from my first personal website, InterViews. Presented for historical reasons only. Not all links work. More to come.
and Otherwise Idle
Welcome to InterViews.
It's a little pilot project. An experiment.
Something to keep your Proprietor busy between JOB interviews.
Here's what you'll find in these electronic pages:* News (scoops, courtesy of anyone who cares to share 'em with us);* Commentary, from yours truly and friends--including my partner from my days at legendary progressive rock station WXRT-FM (93.1) in Chicago, Garry Lee Wright;* Interviews, via the internet, with prominent authors of important books;* Comments, criticisms and other great thoughts from you, the readers.
The idea is to create an extremely interactive forum--courtesy of the elegant designs of our host, DKA, the innovative Chicago software firm whose SceneMaker software powers this site for free. (As a matter of fact, you can make your own Scene--for free--by clicking the logo in the upper right-hand corner of this screen. But don't leave yet, OK?)
If all goes well, we'll prove together that a little site like this can, in this revolutionary time of ours, grow to be a major force in shaping the opinions and policies of a Great Metropolitan Area. If all goes not-so-well, I will have learned at least the ins and outs of HTML. And I will have wasted plenty of time designing and redesigning logos.
You can subscribe to InterViews by clicking the "register" button at the top right corner of this page; you'll be notified automatically any time something new shows up here. You can submit your comments by clicking on the "add a comment" button on any page. And you can write to InterViews by clicking the link on the right side of this page.
We look forward to hearing from you.
and Otherwise Idle
Charlie Meyerson is an award-winning Chicago journalist.
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