Finally. A window seat. Again. Did I tell you guys I moved along with my promotion? I don't think I did. Because the number of times I've moved desks here is almost the same number of years I've been employed at Klipsch (nearly 12, for those of you keeping track), I was hesitant when the opportunity arose. My old desk, you may remember, was in the center of marketing. I knew I'd miss my neighbors and the daily chit chat if I took the more isolated window seat, but I couldn't resist nature's allure. Now my neighbors are cardinals and squirrels, sunshine and snow.
Much less chatty, but still distracting at times.
Just one more way to connect with the world's greatest speaker brand. That's right, I said it. The world's greatest.
Resident Klipsch historian Jim Hunter has recently been in touch with author Carlos Alberto Fazano of Brazil, who has written what seems to be an extremely thorough look at the history of audio. While the website-turned-book is in Portuguese, much of the site (warning: music will be playing upon clicking) is translated for those of us who don't speak the língua.
I mention it here because he devotes a good portion to Paul W. Klipsch, plus there are a lot of great photos and tidbits for you enthusiasts.
I don't think I've ever seen Indianapolis look so alive. It's like it has awoken from it's long, long nap.