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    • gus Elite Staff

      Come see us in San Francisco, LA and Austin!

      6 days ago

      There are so many options for you to see us in the next couple of weeks!


      First of all you can come see us with the Kinda Funny guys at Kinda Funny Live 2 next weekend in San Francisco! I'll be there with Burnie, Michael, Geoff, Adam and Bruce (from Funhaus) and of course the Kinda Funny guys. It is a two day event and there are a limited number of tickets remaining so make sure to jump on that!


      June 17th the AH guys will be taking over the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles for Let's Play Live. We're working on some crazy ideas to top the original Let's Play Live and should have some details about that pretty soon! Check back to find out what special guests will be joining them as we manage to put on a show that will surely get us banned from ever going to the Dolby Theatre again.


      Finally of course is the event that started it all, RTX. Returning for the sixth year RTX is July 1st-3rd in Austin. Be there to see the spectacle we work all year to create. There are sure to be new announcements and unique experiences on the show floor that you have to see in person to believe.

    • OptimusPine asked gus a question

      Hey gus, I was wondering, when the new podcast set will be complete? I remember that you said you guys would have the new one either just before or just after the steak off.

      Answered: May 16, 2016

      Soonish. The set is done but we are spending a little more time working on the graphics package to give them a refresh.

    • JakeHCoker asked gus a question

      Can you play any instruments?

      Answered: May 16, 2016

      I took guitar lessons for a while when I was about ten years old but haven't played since then.

    • IlliSprings asked gus a question

      With you and Barbara being in charge of RTX every year, do decisions on events, panels,etc... only go through the two of you, or are there more people involved in the decision making process?

      Answered: May 9, 2016

      Bethany has taken over my RTX responsibilities so I am not involved nearly as much as I have been in the past. Barbara and Bethany take care of RTX panels. Bethany evaluates and decides what events RT attends.

    • gus Elite Staff

      Tower of Joy

      2 weeks ago

      Eddard Stark's recollection of the events at the Tower of Joy are probably my favorite passage in the entire "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. The television version played out slightly differently than it did in the books. If you enjoy Game of Thrones and have four minutes to spare you can listen to the passage as it is in the book here:


      My second favorite passage in the series of books is probably Septon Meribald's speech about war and broken men.



    • Scuttler_Main asked gus a question

      You said to come here if i had questions about the posdcast feed. Was wondering how I could fix this problem I am on an iphone if that helps at all! Thanks for the help

      Answered: May 2, 2016

      Awesome question.

    • gus Elite Staff

      Podcast a little late today

      1 month ago

      The podcast will be up a little late today. We wanted to add the interview that Geoff and I did with Duncan Jones and Robert Kazinsky to it and that is taking a little longer than expected. Podcast will still be up later this afternoon.


      --edit 2:20pm--

      We are going to release the podcast without the interview segment. The interview will be released as a bonus segment along with next week's podcast. Sorry for the delay.

    • gus Elite Staff

      PAX East 2016 Recap

      1 month ago

      I wanted to sit down and write a recap of all the things I saw at PAX East this year and I had a realization. I’ve been to just about every PAX since the first one back in 2004 and I’m sure I’ve talked about the things I see at the show, but I’ve never actually talked about what it is like to work at the show. So, armed with that realization, I’ve decided not to write about the games I saw at PAX East, but instead give you an insight as to what it is like to work at PAX East.


      I arrived on Thursday evening and flew out on Saturday afternoon, so it was a whirlwind tour. This year’s PAX East was an extra important one for us because we were going to be showing off our new 50’x50’ booth for the first time. In the past we always had a 10x20 booth that looked less than professional. We really wanted to have this new booth show us in the best possible light.

      Thursday

      Before I got to Boston, we had a team of people head out earlier to help oversee booth assembly and stock the store. Bethany Feinstein, Emily McBride, and Rachel Novak all showed up on Wednesday and worked with Freeman to get the booth set up.


      I landed in Boston around 6:00 p.m. on Thursday and texted Bethany, asking if the booth was finished and ready for the show. PAX East opens at 9:00 a.m. on Friday for press attendees, so I was hoping she’d say they were finished and I could just go show up for dinner. Bethany sent me a photo showing that was not the case, so I decided to head to the convention center to help out.


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      I checked into my hotel, dropped my bag off, and got to the convention center around 6:45. Emily needed some help getting our point of sale system for the store online so I got to work on that.


      We typically use two iPads to run all of our sales. When I tried to turn them on, they both needed to be charged. We only had one charger so I plugged one in to charge and decided to take a look at the internet. The event did not have wireless internet access for exhibitors, so we had a wired ethernet drop. After confirming with the internet provider that we could use our own router to create our own WiFi network, I got to work on that, only to discover that we had a router but no power supply for it. I unsuccessfully searched for a router at a few stores near the convention center, so I had to take a taxi to a store further away from the convention center to buy one. I purchased the router, headed back to the convention center, and got to work setting it up. I configured the security on it and confirmed it worked by connecting my phone.


      I took a look at the iPad I had been charging and it was able to turn on now, so things were looking up. For some reason I couldn’t get the WiFi to activate on it, so I rebooted it and discovered the WiFi was still disabled. I didn’t know what happened, but for some reason all wireless functionality on that iPad was broken. Bluetooth and WiFi were both greyed out and could not be enabled. I panicked a bit because if our second iPad was also broken we’d have no way to process store transactions. I plugged in the other iPad to let it charge a bit while I helped out with various tasks in the booth. When the second iPad finally booted up, I was able to get it on the WiFi and launch the point of sale system. Typically we like to have two units, but at least we had one functional iPad.


      There was also a slight problem with the videos we were going to be playing on the TVs in our booth. We had several displays showing highlight reels of Rooster Teeth content; the reels were only 40 minutes long, and when they ended someone had to manually use the remote to restart the reel on the TV. It wasn’t an ideal solution, so I offered to take the video and re-export a new version where I looped the 40 minutes over and over into a 400-minute reel.


      After a bit more work, we were able to call it a night and finally went to dinner at 10:00. We were all so exhausted that we retreated to the hotel immediately after eating. I stayed up a bit longer trying to fix the iPad by upgrading the iOS and doing a system restore, but the wireless functionality never came back. I also started an export of the video reels, but that was going to take four and a half hours to complete. I finally hit the sack around 1:30 a.m. and set an alarm for 6:15 a.m. to check on the video export.

      Friday

      I woke up at 6:15 a.m. and was pleased to see the video exported fine, so I decided to copy it to the USB sticks that fed the video to the televisions. The next part of this story gets a little technical, I apologize. I realized that the USB sticks for the TV had to be formatted with a FAT32 filesystem. FAT32 only allows for files up to four gigabytes in size. The file I had exported was just over seven gigabytes, so I could not use that file on those USB sticks. The reason the highlight reel was only 40 minutes long was that was the longest our editor was able to make the video and keep the file under four gigabytes. I texted Bethany and let her know I failed to fix the iPad and failed to fix the issue with our video reels. I arranged to get the USB sticks to her team when they headed to the convention center at 7:00 a.m., and then went back to sleep.


      I officially got out of bed around 10:00 a.m., showered, and began consolidating all the assets I needed for our panel. Our panel was at 1:00 p.m., and I had some images and a video to show so I wanted to make sure everything was on my laptop and that it all worked properly. I also had to make a document with all the talking points I needed to hit, and spent some time organizing everything.


      At about 11:00 a.m. I realized I had a problem on my hands. Normally, in a panel, the presenter shares visuals by plugging a laptop into an HDMI cable that sits on the stage. Guess what? I didn’t have the correct adapter to convert the port on my laptop to HDMI. I did a quick Google search and found a store near my hotel that might have the adapter I needed. I walked to the store and discovered they didn’t. By this point it was noon, so I had an hour to find the adapter and get to the panel. I jumped in a cab and had the driver take me to the same store I purchased the router the night before. The whole ride to the store I kept kicking myself for not having thought of this during my last trip to that store. I arrived at the store, purchased the adapter, and caught another cab back to the convention center. Fortunately traffic wasn’t too bad, and I finally walked into the convention center at about 11:40 a.m.


      I immediately walked to the theater our panel was in and headed backstage. Everyone who was supposed to be on the panel was waiting there, which was good because I hadn’t had time to check and make sure everyone knew where the panel was. We talked for a few minutes, went over the things we were going to talk about, then headed out to the panel. The panel went off without any problem and we wrapped it up a little after 2:00 p.m.


      When the panel was over, I realized I hadn’t eaten all day and was getting pretty hungry. My next commitment was at 3:00 p.m., so I had a little bit of time to find something to eat. Unfortunately every dining option in the area was packed and had long waits. I settled on some food from a vendor in the convention center and ate it as quickly as I could so I could make my meeting.


      At 3:00 p.m. I met with some of our partners, and we wrapped up around 3:30 p.m. After that I had another appointment to play Overwatch at the Microsoft booth, so I headed to their booth and got one game in (my team won).


      I had to be back in our booth from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. to sign autographs and take photos with people, so I had a few minutes to spare. I found a quiet corner to call my wife and talk to her briefly.

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      4:30 p.m. rolled around, so I headed back to the booth and finished the day there trying to meet and talk to as many people as possible. The times like this in the booth are my absolute favorite thing about events. The day was long and I was exhausted, but the energy people bring to the booth really helps keep me going.


      The floor closed at 6:00 p.m. and I ran to a meeting with some people from YouTube. We had a couple of drinks with the YouTube folks, then went and had dinner and spent the rest of the night hanging out with Mega64.

      Saturday

      On Saturday the floor opened at 10:00 a.m. and I had to be there to sign autographs from 10 to 11:30 a.m. I woke up bright and early, and headed down to the convention center. I’m always a bit sluggish in the morning, but I was extra tired Saturday for some reason. I met as many people as I could until 11:30, then I had to run to another meeting. That meeting wrapped and I headed back to the Microsoft booth to play Gears of War 4. I played one round (my team lost), then I had to find a quiet spot to eat and have a drink.

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      I headed over to the Westin and found a quiet spot at the bar, and ended up sitting next to two people I knew. I had to interview Duncan Jones and Robert Kazinsky about the Warcraft movie at 2:15 p.m., so I decided to work while eating at the bar. I know quite a bit about Warcraft, but I wanted to make sure I was as prepared as possible for the interview. I researched the publicly known details about the movie and wrote up a bunch of questions to ask. While I was working, a very nice Rooster Teeth fan bought me a drink. Thanks, it helped fuel my research.


      1:45 p.m. crept up before I knew it, so I ran back to our booth to make sure everything was in order for our interview. I met up with Geoff, went over all of the questions, and met Duncan Jones and Robert Kazinsky. We got our microphones and headed on stage. We chatted for maybe 15 minutes, then wrapped up the interview. It was really great to get to meet those guys, and they were super nice and easy to talk to.


      Our guests took off, and Geoff and I had to run to the airport. I had a 4:00 p.m. flight, so went to the airport directly from the convention center and headed back to Austin.


      This ended up being much longer than I expected. If you read this far I hope you found it interesting. I thought you might want a little bit of insight as to what we experience when we go to an event.

    • DaDopePenguin asked gus a question

      Hi Gus. Wanted to know if you will be attending Supanova Melbourne 2017 and why you didn't attend this years one?

      Answered: Apr 25, 2016

      We are trying to focus our energy into RTX Australia in Sydney.

    • Reptiledisfunction asked gus a question

      What is the laptop you use during the patch? I need a new work one.

      Answered: Apr 25, 2016

      I typically use a MacBook Air. This past week I experimented with a Surface Pro 4.

  • Comments (32574)

    • Kool-AidPapi Ya Boiii

      4 days ago

      Fight me Gus

    • plazmamuffin

      1 week ago

      Hey Gus! I found a video of someone doing ASMR about papers please. I'm not a huge ASMR fan but I thought you'd enjoy it.

    • MassacreMan101 Dewholic

      3 months ago

      Happy Birthday Gus!!!

    • TheTerracon TheTerracon

      3 months ago

      It's technically still your birthday in TX... Happy Birthday?

    • clarkalot

      3 months ago

      Happy Birthday Gus. It's not a day early if I'm in Australia. Have a good one mate.


    • trmalone6

      3 months ago

      hey Gus just got onnit alpha brain from the web site i have been listen to your podcast for a few months now any heads up on it i"m going to be taking it in the morning before i go to work you seem like you liked it at the time i hope you still like it now

    • Moeparker Ghost

      3 months ago

      Podcast Gus was so angry to me in my dream that I woke up half way through the apology and kept apologizing.


      Yeah, fucked up.


      RTpodcast was going on, and I was walking around my mansion/pool listening to it on my phone. You guys would say something funny and I'd laugh and comment out loud to myself. Did that for 30 minutes. Then you said something and I said "Oh man, that's funny Gus" and you stopped and spiked the camera and said "Can you just SHUT THE FUCK UP FOR 5 FUCKING MINUTES! GOD DAMN MAN!!"


      I stopped, and I sheepishly said "Can.....you all hear me?"


      "YES, YOU WON'T SHUT THE FUCK UP... GODDAMN!!"


      Burnie piped in and was all "Hey Gus, let's roleplay, you be you, and I'll be fucking Moeparker and I'll keep interrupting the podcast, how about that, let's do that for the next fucking hour"


      Around that time I woke up, but for the next minute I was talking into my pillow trying to calm Brandon down. He was talking to me and he was upset that I didn't mute my phone. I kept saying "I'm sorry, I didn't know" as I rolled over and then I looked at the clock. I mentioned to him that it was 345am. I looked around for angry Brandon was he wasn't there.


      I got up to check if I was really awake. Yep. I went from dream to real but the dream didn't stop, my brain kept it going.


      So yeah, you got so mad at me for ruining the dream podcast that I woke up and was still apologizing. Your anger is powerful.

    • TheDemonY

      3 months ago

      Hello Gus, I just wanted to briefly let you know how much I appreciate everything you have done, your work at Rooster Teeth has made me smile more times than I can recall. The things that you have done are great, please never forget that.

      Thank you.

    • Alex "Keep Moving Forward"

      4 months ago

      Hearing you guys talking about best game of 2015 in the RTX stream, I'm gonna toss this in there - Have you tried Undertale yet? My friend kinda pestered me to play it and I thought it was all hype and some kind of circlejerk for another indie game, but I finally succumbed and gave it a shot.


      I was dead wrong. It's a truly amazing game. In fact, one of the best ever made I would say, and I NEVER say that about things lightly - I've been playing since I was 3. This earnestly competes with the likes of Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy VI and IX, Half-Life, Portal, etc. Unless you're off-put by throwback graphics, but seeing the stuff you guys have played I know you're cool with it.


      Unless you're some kind of heartless monster, you'll feel things for NPCs in a video game that you haven't felt in a long-ass time and it'll have a place in your heart for the rest of eternity. Choose your path well - I just say right now that there's a way to save everyone, you never need to kill anyone. That's all I'll say, choose your path from there.


      Errr... you do play PC/Mac games too right? Just wondering. Heck I'd gift it to ya on Steam if you'd play it - it's just that awesome and I think everyone needs to experience this game.


      Anyway, I coulda left this for any one of you, but I suppose I figured if anyone reads their RoosterTeeth profile comments the most then it might be you. Pass it on to Geoff if you think he'd be more likely to take it up, I kinda thought "Well Gus would be more likely to see what I have to say to begin with... and Geoff would be more likely to actually try it... hmm...". And correct me if I'm wrong about that, but I know you were the one that changed my name a couple years back because of a comment, so I know you check (assuming your habits are the same). You can just forward it to whoever at RT plays PC games to have them try it if you don't.


      Also, if you get the chance, tell everyone I said great job at RTX. I know it doesn't mean much and I'm just another fan, but really, I don't know how people like you guys can get up in front of a ton of people like that. I figure you kinda numb to it over the years, but really, what you guys do on a daily basis takes some guts.


      Later!


      Edit: Screw it, went ahead and copied the same thing over to Geoff's profile in case. Hope you guys don't mind a duplicate every once in a while.

    • TechieSouthernBelle

      4 months ago

    • Fallout

      4 months ago

      Thought you might get a kick out of the defenses I built for Sanctuary.


      http://roosterteeth.com/user/Fallout/image/1001040...

    • FIRExPYRO

      4 months ago

      saw this and thought that you might like it http://newzy.net/2016/01/05/open-door-forces-flight-to-turn-around.html :)

    • BryanJacob

      4 months ago

      HI, You should check out Simple planes, its on steam and the app store for ios

    • Ajkaine0423

      5 months ago

      Today is the anniversary of my mom's death. She passed away when I was 12. I am 18 now and looking back I don't think I could of made it through that time without you guys.

      I had the support of my family and friends, but Rooster Teeth made me laugh again. You guys made me smile. I wanted to properly thank you for that. So thank you! Every last one of you. Thank you.

    • TubbyBearCat

      6 months ago

      Out of all the members of RT, just wanted to leave a message saying that you're definitely my favorite.

      Without intending to sound too intentionally creepy, whenever I'm doing something, instead of music, I pop on the podcast. and because of that I guess I've listened to each episode around ~5 times over the years. It helps that my memory is shit and I can laugh at all the jokes again.

      Anyway, keep on staying awesome.

      /text BJ

    • Kyle_Me

      6 months ago

      Watching Gus on the Extra Life stream last night might have been the funniest thing I have ever seen come out of Rooster Teeth.
      One of the best nights I've had.

    • JomiAdeniran Supa Dupa Cosmic Troopa

      6 months ago

      I don't ask for much Gus, but once a month (or something around that) could we have Miles, Kerry, Michael, and Lindsay back on the RT podcast? I haven't laughed that hard in months. It was like watching a Drunk Tank meets Internet Box, it was beautiful. Please, PLEASE let them come on again. Thank you.

    • mrpirate41

      6 months ago

      i swear the chive loves you guys...

      http://thechive.com/2015/10/19/the-weirdest-things...

      (picture 4)

    • Fallout

      7 months ago

      Just heard the patch from last week. You guys need to stop spelling out FOB! Every time you do a Soldier cries.

    • Mexican_Anthony Shithead

      7 months ago

      why did you name your dog after Benjamin Linus? He seems like an asshole.

    • Octavian68

      7 months ago

      Hey Gus,

      I Don't know if this has been shown to you before or not. http://avherald.com/ is a website about official and in depth reports on aviation accidents and incidents. The site is updated as incidents happen and give significantly more information than the news puts out. Enjoy!

    • BigW999 Sith Lord

      7 months ago

      Hey Gus, possible topic for next RT Podcast, what the fuck are these things?

      https://www.facebook.com/techinsider/videos/422626...

    • bachjay1

      7 months ago

      Remember Randy Quaid? Yeah, neither does anyone else. But apparently he and his wife have spent the last five years in Canada avoiding warrants in California. Seems they tried to cross the border and got busted.

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news/quaid-taken-i...

    • herostar1234

      7 months ago

    • Speedy

      7 months ago

      I see you guys haven't figured out how light-field cameras work since first time you mentioned it. To solve the mystery for you: Light field cameras have an array of microlenses at the focal distance of the main lens, with the sensors behind the array. Normally light coming from something that is not in focus will miss the focal point of the lens and the sensor. The microlens array catches that off-focus light and redirects it, allowing the sensor to collect not just the brightness and color of the light, but also the direction it's coming from. The directional information is then used by the software to reverse-engineer the focus on-demand.

    • IslandArts

      7 months ago

      You rocked that wig Gus! Great Rock Band performance.

    • TC_MadPrince

      8 months ago

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    • TC_MadPrince

      8 months ago

      If not those can you send me a sprinkled donut? My address is 123 Playground Stret.

    • TC_MadPrince

      8 months ago

      Also my goldfish, Reginald, just died as well. Would really feel better with a free sponsorship.

    • TC_MadPrince

      8 months ago

      Hi. I just wanted to tell you that my dog died, and my siblings, and my parents, and my aunt. Can I get a free sponsorship? (If not that then hiring me will also make me feel better.)

    • DwightHender

      8 months ago

      So, on the Podcast this week you guys were asking who would fill a bottle quicker, men or women, and here's a study on how all mammals actually evacuate their bladders at the same rate, so assuming that men and women hold the same amount of urine they should fill a bottle at the same rate. http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/seriouslyscience...

    • Sparks89

      8 months ago

      I know you probably don't have to deal with the ordeal of verizon selling out services to frontier but I was wondering what was your input on what is happening.

    • Boston_Tom

      8 months ago

      What video did you use to win you and Brandon's gross video contest?

    • PrimeVictor

      8 months ago

    • PrimeVictor

      8 months ago

      This is perfect for you. http://avoidhumans.com/index.php

    • MartinOpedal

      8 months ago

      So my parents are all dead my brother and sister is dead and also its my birthday. Can i work at rooster teeth. I am 15 and live in Norway :)

    • sta1994

      9 months ago

      Gus, I challenge you to a Hearthstone fight. It will be a 'Best of 3' style. Pick 3 classes and choose one class to not allow me to pick and I will do the same. Do you accept the challenge?

    • AwkPelican

      9 months ago

      Not sure if you've seen this, but I hear you're a fan of the Simpsons.

      http://ripitup.com.au/music/meet-the-worlds-first-...

    • faretheadpk

      9 months ago

      Hey Gus in Podcast #214 you talked about doing a new intro for the podcast in the style of SNL. With a video showing the people on the podcast and the theme song for that week playing. I was wondering if there are any plans for doing this now or something like it?

    • Lynn590

      9 months ago

      Hello there. I am a big fan of Rooster Teeth and I have been so extremely excited to go to RTX for a long while now. I had to work hard all year to get to RTX, get straight A's in my classes and to get a job to pay for the hotel. Everything was looking positive, until I had found out that my dad had never even bought my ticket when he said that he did. Now I can't get into RTX, all tickets are sold and RTX is days away. My dreams were crushed, I was so ecstatic at the thought of actually seeing the creators of the best source of entertainment that I have found. I will still be going to Austin, since the plane ticket has been bought and the hotel (which is literally right next to the convention center). At least I'll be able to view the livestreams from across the street.

    • aussie19862

      10 months ago

      test

      • aussie19862

        10 months ago

        errrrrr is there no way to delete a comment?

      • zogman1

        9 months ago

        Not atm

    • Thorenir

      10 months ago

      Not sure where to leave feedback, I noticed something after the site update that's a bit off. So far I've only watched RT Podcasts, but the way they are set up now, it's hard to get the description and who's in it before choosing an episode. Pretty minor. Just wasn't sure if anyone felt the same way.

    • SilverCrowe

      10 months ago

      I bet I could Kick your butt at Hearthstone, Gus.

      • zogman1

        9 months ago

        I'd like to see that match.

    • KingofCarrot

      10 months ago

      Gus your press thing has an error in grammar. GUS SOROLA
      Gustavo "Gus" Sorola III is a co-founder at Rooster Teeth Productions. Gus has many responsibilities at Rooster Teeth including acting as the voice of Private Dick Simmons in Red vs. Blue and Mysterious Voice (aka The Computer) in The Strangerhood.

      Gus produces and hosts the Rooster Teeth Podcast which a top five most downloaded podcast. Gus is also the co-Director of RTX, Rooster Teeth’s annual convention held at the Austin Convention Center.

    • GabeHerman

      10 months ago

      Hey Gus I was wondering if you planed on making/ joining and organizations for star citizen because if you were i would love to play with you once it comes out.

    • Vincible03

      10 months ago

      Hi Gus, I was listing to old podcasts and listened to the one about dolphin experiment and found an interesting video on YouTube after looking into the experiment.

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXKgel-kTGg

    • madmanmoe Keeper of Shenanigans

      11 months ago

      Hi Gus. I know how much you like seeing people get excited and happy over achievements. here's 4 hours' worth of that shit

      4 Hour reaction compilation to Final Fantasy VII announcement

    • Darose

      11 months ago

      you should make candyland by tobu another podcast theme

    • harry18

      11 months ago

      Hello! Gus.....

  • Questions answered by gus

    Soonish. The set is done but we are spending a little more time working on the graphics package to give them a refresh.

    Can you play any instruments?

    | Asked by: JakeHCoker 1 week ago

    I took guitar lessons for a while when I was about ten years old but haven't played since then.

    Bethany has taken over my RTX responsibilities so I am not involved nearly as much as I have been in the past. Barbara and Bethany take care of RTX panels. Bethany evaluates and decides what events RT attends.

    I typically use a MacBook Air. This past week I experimented with a Surface Pro 4.

    Do whatever the fuck you enjoy. Don't get a degree and hope that it gets you a job at AH/RT. Get a degree in something you're genuinely passionate about and showcase that passion.

    Be able to critically think and analyze problems. Don't be dumb.

    There isn't really one source. I just read whatever I come across.

    I would love to be involved in every project we create here. Ultimately it is up to the creative team of each individual project to identify the best people for their project.

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    I shave it off every now and then. Never more than a week or two without it.

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