For this episode, I’m taking the reins, like ya do, from my colleague Jec, to talk with Daniel Dauphin. Dauphin is a Louisiana horseman who lives about halfway between Houston and New Orleans.
He has an engaging website that caught my attention for the depth of information he puts out there. Most specifically, he’s written a treatise on bits. Actually, it is manifested in video, in his More Than A Bit…’of Information DVD and download. It’s informative, well-researched, and funny. Not often folks manage that trifecta.
Thankfully, he told me, Hurricane Ida blew East of his Rayne, LA, area. I hope you enjoy the conversation.
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