One of the goals of “The Geyser” is to humanize many of the issues we face, which can be discussed in a bloodless and lifeless way, as if a policy choice is just a matter of logic and not something that will have real effects on professionals and livelihoods.
This round-up is being sent to help you navigate the interviews so far, so that you can be sure you haven’t missed one that might prove interesting. These are in no particular order, and there are more interviews in the works.
- Interview: Garrett Kiely, University of Chicago Press
- Deane Root & Music Scholarship
- Interview with Roger McNamee — Author of “Zucked”
- Interview: Christine Spira, PMP
- Interview: Josh Nicholson, Scite.ai
- Interview: John Courtney, CEO of American Society of Nutrition
- Editor Interview: Marc Swiontkowski, MD
- Interview: Mary Ann Liebert
- Interview with the Author of “Insane Mode” — Hamish McKenzie
- Interview: Tom Spears, Journalist — On OA stings and more
- Interview with Lynn Kamerlin, Part 1
- Interview with Lynn Kamerlin, Part 2
- Interview: The Substack Story, So Far
- Editor Interview: Mark Johnston, PhD
- Interview with Bryan Alexander — On moving to the subscription model, for instance
- Interview with Vivian Berghahn — Subscribe to Open and independent publishing in the humanities
- Interview: Michael Spinella of TAA — Textbook authorship
- Interview: Marla Bobowick on Governance
- Interview with Joe Esposito
- An Interview with Toby Green
- Interview: Derek Lowe, “In the Pipeline” — A researcher on running a successful and influential blog
- Editor Interview: Jack Odle, PhD
- Interview: Running a STEM High School
- Interview with Brian O'Leary of BISG
- Interview: Anita Bandrowski, SciCrunch
- Interview: Patrick Franzen, SPIE
Thanks to all the great people above who have consented to be interviewed, and who have participated in explaining various aspects of their professional lives to a larger audience.
Have a great weekend.