language: English

derrick talks about his life.

This interview is private.

March 16, 2018
“May we never forget, 9/11” Our dad’s story.

We sit down to talk with our dad about the events of September 11th.

March 15, 2018
Tell me about your life

I interviewed my grandma and talked with her about her life as a child and what it was like to raise my dad.

March 15, 2018
Rob and Mary Margaret talk about Camano Island, Stanwood, and serving in WA state government.

Stanwood, WA librarian Rob Branigin interviews former WA state congresswoman and Camano Island resident Mary Margaret Haugen asking her about growing up in the Stanwood Camano Island community and her experiences in WA State government. There is a brief introduction...

March 15, 2018
“What was it like to see computers go from using punchcards to being the personal computers we know today?”

My grandfather discusses his work as an engineer during the period of transition to the personal computer. We also discuss our family, his childhood, and his hobbies. For my Capstone Communications project.

March 14, 2018
More Than a Mere Textbook Definition – What Education Means for Today’s Youth

I interview high school teacher Paul Werner about the changes he has seen over the 25 years of Rocklin High School's history. He mentions the effects of new technology, teaching methods, and college stress on students, which he believes has...

What’s it like being a mother?

This interview is private.

March 12, 2018
What’s it like being 8 years old?

This is an interview with my 8 year old brother, Benjamin. I asked him questions that both he and I made up.

March 11, 2018
Osa Sjoberg & Tony Scruggs

#TimesUP interview with Swedish actress Osa Sjoberg (by former MLB’r turned empathy-coach, Tony Scruggs). Be YOU, Be TRUE, Be the LIGHT and BE THE CHANGE ‘empathic warriors’

March 8, 2018
Pat Meuli Wright & Owen Wright

"And he did have beautiful auburn hair" Recorded in December 2017: Granddaughter Aislinn (25) asks her grandparents, Pat and Owen Wright (both 84), about their decision to adopt five children between the 1960-70s.