By John Sciacca April 22, 2014
Jeremy is one of those polarizing figures in our industry that people either got, dug and respected, or intimidated, confused and avoided at all costs. For current or ex-SpeakerCraft dealers, I think this new venture will be too enticing an opportunity to pass up to at least consider giving their captain one more chance.
By John Sciacca April 16, 2014
In our modern connected world, most clients today take it as a given that you will freely share your email and cell phone information with them, and take it as a real affront if you don’t offer to share this information. And for the majority of them, this isn’t a problem. But when people start crossing the boundaries–or when there is a real after-hours emergency–how do you handle this?
By John Sciacca April 08, 2014
One of the trends at the International Consumer Electronics Show this
year was a renewed push toward better-than-CD quality, high-resolution
audio (HRA). In fact, there was even an entire section of the Tech Zone
dedicated to “The Hi-Res Audio Experience” and several HRA panels,
including one hosted by TWICE’s Joseph Palenchar.
By John Sciacca April 01, 2014
It’s tough not to be impressed and a little fascinated by SEALs,
especially the more you get to know about the brutal training that is
designed to weed out all but the superhumanly toughest of any BUD/S
(Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL) class. My cousin made it through
BUD/S (he was part of the class chronicled in Dick Couch’s “The Warrior Elite: The Forging of SEAL Class 228
earned his Trident, and was a member of Team 7 for several years, and
some of his stories from training are truly legendary.