RwP: Farewell Interview with Dane101's Jesse Russell

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RwP: Farewell Interview with Dane101's Jesse Russell

Postby Schabow » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:49 am

This week on Rants Without Pants, Part 2 of our "Farewell Interview with Co-founder and Publisher of Dane101 Jesse Russell".

As I stated in the video, Jesse Russell has been an inspiration to me. I am in awe of his commitment to Madison, of the endless amount of creative ideas that is banging around in his head as well as his willingness to give a guy like me the opportunities that he has. I will always be in Jesse Russell's debt.

Jesse Russell's departure will leave a hole in Madison that simply can not be filled. He will leave a legacy all his own.

Anyway, to me, Part 2 of this interview is fascinating as he says his goodbyes and discusses so many interesting topics.

After the interview, there is a new segment called "Five Rants in a Minute". (I cheated and only put in four...shhhhh...don't tell anyone)

00:00 - 00:38 Intro/Whoring Shabelles Show with The German Art Students
00:38 - 17:39 Interview with Jesse Russell -
Jesse discusses, covering the Capitol protests, homelessness and mining
Jesse's Tea Party picture that went viral
The Wisconsin Film Festival Coverage
The Fireball (which is taking place this weekend...THE TICKETS ARE GOING FAST!!)
Freakin' Halloweekend
The Forward Music Festival
Dane101's relationship with Mark Pocan, Herb Kohl, Tammy Baldwin and how Jesse met Russ Feingold
The future of Dane101 and the future of Jesse Russell
Jesse says goodbye to Madison
17:39 - End Five Rants in a Minute
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Re: RwP: "Farewell Interview with Co-founder with Jesse Russ

Postby Mean Scenester » Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:34 pm

Schabow wrote:The links would be good...

That's a subjective statement if ever I saw one.

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