In therapy I began to explore other ways of communicating, and I’m the happiest I’ve ever been on the radio. And it’s not to suggest that the radio show isn’t completely insane still — which it is. There’s a lot of outrageous humor in things, but what I also began to guard and protect are […]
Even when we were building the Apple II, I wouldn’t let us build a channel 3 transmitter because I’d been a ham radio operator, and you protect the airwaves. You don’t build transmitters.
I love doing my “Buried Treasure” show. It keeps me listening like I used to do. I always listen. I could come home and I would spend the rest of the night just lying on the floor or the sofa listening to albums. It was like a movie to me. I still do really, and […]
The wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value. Who would pay for a message sent to nobody in particular? (Associate of radio pioneer David Sarnoff, 1920s)