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Podcast #857: HT Guys Origins: Sony Pictures / ADSG

Another very special episode, keeping the streak alive while on vacation, we take the opportunity to share some behind the scenes moments leading up to the formation of the HT Guys and the HDTV and Home Theater Podcast, specifically the Sony Pictures / ADSG years.

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HT Guys Origins: Sony Pictures / ADSG

Another very special episode, keeping the streak alive while on vacation, we take the opportunity to share some behind the scenes moments leading up to the formation of the HT Guys and the HDTV and Home Theater Podcast, specifically the Sony Pictures / ADSG years.

 

Download Episode #857

Reader Comments (2)

Really enjoy your old days stories. Interesting to hear how that type of work was behind the scenes.

August 28, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterBob S

I really enjoyed your ADSG stories. During the eighties I was a software engineer working in Orange County in the storage business, and everything you said resonated with me.

I too worked in a startup environment and later in a large corporation. I remember the long nights, the long stays essentially being held hostage at customer sites, and the internal politics. I even had an interrupt bug similar to the one Ara talked about -- those are real killers. I also had a big laugh when Ara said one of his higher ups told him the "head of Sony Entertainment" knew who he was. My bosses tried that line on me at one point as well. It was described as the Eye of Mordor from Lord of the Rings suddenly being turned on me.

September 7, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterRobert

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