Stuff You Should Know just might be the geekiest podcast around. Read our interviews with hosts Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant and producer Jeri Rowland.
Jeri Rowland, producer of Stuff You Should Know (SYSK)TechRepublic: What is the geekiest topic you've covered on the podcast? Why so? Jeri Rowland: The college football ranking system topic. More complicated than anything on earth. TechRepublic: What is your favorite topic that you've covered? Jeri Rowland: Body farms TechRepublic: What topic has SYSK not covered yet that you would like to? Jeri Rowland: Scientology TechRepublic: What do you like most about your job? Jeri Rowland: Learning something new every day, simply by being surrounded by so many brilliant people. TechRepublic: What do you like least about your job? Jeri Rowland: I plead the Fifth. TechRepublic: How has your life been different than what you'd imagined? Jeri Rowland: I always thought I'd be creative in a visual way, but now [I] am in an audible world. TechRepublic: Did you have a nickname? How'd you get it? Jeri Rowland: Nope. (I'm not telling) TechRepublic: Which character in a book best describes who you are? Jeri Rowland: If you've ever read The Hunger Games -- that girl. The main character. TechRepublic: If you were any particular geometric shape what would it be? Jeri Rowland: Octagon. Why not. TechRepublic: What would you like to change about the world? Jeri Rowland: I'd like everyone to use common courtesy. It just might bring world peace. TechRepublic: Would you rather have super strength or super intelligence? Jeri Rowland: Super intelligence. Like, duh. TechRepublic: Would you rather have the power to be invisible or the power to read minds? Jeri Rowland: To be invisible. I can already read minds. TechRepublic: What is your favorite motto or mantra? Jeri Rowland: "You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right."
Thanks to the SYSK team for granting us the interview. Visit the SYSK site for podcasts, videos, quizzes, blogs, photos, and more from this talented group.