Link to latest interview:
The sound quality is really poor and Warren is hard to understand.
I found the sound quality to be good.
@dan, Perhaps it’s a MAC problem. I did download it to reformat it in another program, but it didn’t get better. That may be my skill level.
Armstrong is arrogant. He ought to prepare more. He was just winging it. (MY BIAS: I’m partial to Mosler interviews where he’s asked to explain how things work, like the Sandler interview.)
this was the second segment of a two or three part interview where his producer had him keep me on for this last part, so yes, he was winging it, and in my humble opinion did a very good job!
In the first segment his primary guest was Larry Kudlow and he had me on as well. Hopefully it gets posted soon.
“..Larry Kudlow and he had me on as well“: This ought to be good! Cant wait. Resp,
How many times did Larry say “King Dollah”? 🙂
@WARREN MOSLER, Good to hear. I judged what I heard. It would have been helpful if you had indicated it was a portion of an interview. Sometimes your terseness is too terse. 😉
i had the same problem as monica smith above–very poor sound quality.
i could barely understand warren. but, from what i could understand, it was great interview! you hit all the major points, warren! you’re getting better and better at this!
one question, warren, have you ever thought about doing a TED talk??
know what it is but haven’t been invited
@Yuu Kim, I love TED talks and this would be a very cool idea if we could make it happen.
i didn’t realize you had to be invited. anyhow, i’m looking at the TED site now and i see that to get on the “invite list,” you have to be “nominated” by the public, so maybe we all should do that and put in a plug for warren to get invited to do a TED talk. 10-20 mins. is not a whole lot of time, but he could get enough said with a well-crafted speech and also plug his book.
here’s the link: http://www.ted.com/nominate/speaker