Episode 186 – Tom Lawrence, Stefani Manard, Daily Detroit

Episode 186 – Tom Lawrence, Stefani Manard, Daily Detroit


From copyrights on Youtube to the Comic Con scene and business growth, we had a lot of fun with our discussions with last night’s guests.  We were joined by Tom Lawrence from Lawrence Tech Systems and the Sunday Morning Linux Review podcast, Stefani Manard of Scapegoat Press and The Way Station and Shot of History podcasts, and Jeremiah Staes from Daily Detroit…

Tom’s company is at: https://www.lawrencesystems.com/

SMLR is at: https://www.facebook.com/SundayMorningLinuxReview/

Stefani can be found at http://stefanimanard.com/

Scapegoat Press is at: https://www.facebook.com/ScapegoatPressInc/

The Way Station is at: https://www.facebook.com/TheWayStationPodcast/

Shot of History is at: https://www.facebook.com/ShotofHistory/

Daily Detroit is at: http://www.dailydetroit.com/

Fellowes Shredders can be found at http://www.Fellowes.com

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Bombas 20% off socks offer is at http://www.Bombas.com/IT

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David Phillips is the geek that’s been pushed into management roles over the span of his career. He’s been a helpdesk jockey, a team lead, a systems architect and even a Vice President over the course of his more than 20 years in information technology for a variety of industries. He’s been profiled by CNN’s Money Magazine for his work with the group, as well as being a regular speaker for the Michigan Shifting Gears program, winning 2013’s “Outstanding Contributor for the Transformation of Careers and Lives”. The views and opinions expressed here are solely in his own, and relate to IT in the D only.


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