Well it's been quite a week!

We did not - at all - anticipate the response that we got from the launch of SpeechScience. We had to immediately find a new Podcast host, increase bandwidth all around, and we're so inundated with essays and interviews that ... well, it may be a few weeks before everything goes online. We're considering two episodes a week - what do you think? Is that too much? Let us know at contact@speechscience.org.

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Meanwhile, we're so grateful to Mike Skiados, Edward Taub, Gitendra Uswatte, Craig Coleman, Ayesha Butt, Aziz Khalaf Almahae, and ... well, I don't want to spoil the surprise, but those are just the folks you'll see in the next two weeks - there are some big names coming up in the podcast, some of whom even people outside our industry will recognize. There's a whole ton of content coming to the site. We also might have some big industry partnerships coming together, but don't worry - we're not selling out to advertising, as we've always promised we wouldn't.

In addition to the podcast, we have Ivan Campos' essay on the cultural and linguistic diversity of SLPs, Matt Hott's reviews of two different data tracking solutions (part 1 / part 2), and my own essay on co-creating curriculum with accompanying audio. Don't worry, there's a lot more where that came from - we're all brimming with ideas - but we want yours too! If you'd like to contribute, or be interviewed in the podcast, please email us at contact@speechscience.org. We look forward to hearing your voice!

-Lucas Steuber

Fun at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)

Fun at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)

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