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Thursday, June 23, 2005

A Workday in the Life of Josh Leo

I recently started a new job, probably the one I will have after I graduate in December. I really like my job, so I thought I would share what my average workday is like! The website where you can hear some of my programs (The Tasmanian Tiger one will be up on July 18, the History of money is in the archives) is here: www.spotlightradio.net


A Workday in the Life of Josh Leo
Music:Pearl Django - Radio City Rhythm, John Coltrane - Blue Train

23 Comments:

  • Heh heh heh. I quite liked that one, Josh.

    Not sure about the Starbucks 'tradition' (I've been reading No Logo; so sue me), but I'm a big fan of your 'talking slow' voice.

    And I laughed when you kept referring to the job as "not a bad gig".

    By Blogger Matthew, at 3:16 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • there is a starbucks downstairs from my new job. it is too convenient.

    it does sound like a nice gig. and it's good that you like what you do. i love day in the life videos

    By Blogger annie!, at 4:17 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • What a great job! And Starbucks is what I used to drink before I started roasting my own - not bad really :) Sounds like it is one of those jobs where you are doing something you like so before you know it, it's time to go home. Indeed.. not a bad gig at all!

    By Blogger Erin, at 8:11 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • Product Placements!

    at my job we don't really pray as much as gossip.

    nice vid.

    By Blogger starfire, at 9:19 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • your coworkers look boring. and by boring i mean awesome.

    nice video :)

    By Blogger sara dk, at 9:21 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • Intresting job.With all that audio equipment you could start a podcast.

    By Blogger alexander, at 10:43 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • Cool job. It sure beats getting bitten by that darn bird...and cleaning bird poop.

    By Blogger Dennis, at 10:48 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • I really like the variety of angles and the way you cut everything together. Good work! In my circle of friends, Starbucks is considered evil... but I go there for the blended icy drinks every now and again. I like the Mocha Frappuccino.

    By Blogger Ed S., at 11:06 AM, June 23, 2005  

  • Now that's what I call an "In Depth" "in the life of". As usual awesome entry Josh. Liked the look of the Starbucks building. Here they are usually in a shopping strip instead of a stand alone building.

    By Anonymous Phil W., at 4:20 PM, June 23, 2005  

  • Just looking at the picture, it looks like you're going to start singing, "We Are The World" :-)

    Good video. We're getting to know you in bits 'n pieces.

    By Blogger Scott Walker, at 5:50 PM, June 23, 2005  

  • That was pretty cool, it's nice to watch people's days, it's cool to see how other people live, nicely editted

    By Blogger Topher Collins, at 6:44 PM, June 23, 2005  

  • Holy Cow, that Starbucks is right near my house.

    I have to admire you to have the guts to take that camera all over and film so much of your life. Takes someone who is not self conscious to do something like that so openly.

    Kudos for another cool video.

    By Anonymous Stone, at 8:48 PM, June 23, 2005  

  • great music...coltrane is too cool.
    and your job looks nice, better than serving sushi to people all day anyway!

    By Blogger katelin, at 1:19 AM, June 24, 2005  

  • what a life. you have it so hard, man. trade yah.

    A
    thevoiz.com

    By Blogger Aaron Flores, at 5:52 AM, June 24, 2005  

  • great video, great life.

    but what was for dinner?

    By Anonymous croquetbroom, at 10:03 AM, June 25, 2005  

  • it's great if wjat you do for a living that is also your hobby. i'm a freelance videographer and i'm learning photography too. mostly does weddings. i hope to quit my full time job and concentrate on that.

    By Blogger shahvlog, at 2:16 AM, June 26, 2005  

  • A) Starbucks Rocks. Where else can you get a consistently good cup of coffee ANYWHERE you go in America?

    B) People, people... Starbucks is not evil. They are quite renowned for treating their employees well. (i.e. best companies to work for lists). It's not "corporate coffee". They were a small company once. Why resent them for being successful?

    C) Josh Leo, I forsee big(ger) things for you in your future. You remind me of a young Jim Carrey.

    You have that special something. The sky's the limit. Reach for the stars. Yada yada bla bla. But seriously... Get thee to Hollywood.

    P.S. Eat something! Protein bars... anything! If you were my boy, I'd need to fatten you up. ;-)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:18 AM, June 27, 2005  

  • its true what the other bozo said, eat better mate. food is for the eating and life is for the living.

    great vid and i love the prayer session, you sure are going to heaven boy!

    By Blogger ro, at 3:33 PM, June 27, 2005  

  • Now *that's* a day in the life!
    Really nicely done brother.
    And your job is way cool.

    --Ol' Man Vlogger

    By Blogger Chuck Olsen, at 6:26 AM, June 28, 2005  

  • Cool job, Josh! Beats my daily grind of being mocked and threatened by the miscreant youth of Worcester, MA. At least I get sick days and the occasional seminar that does well to keep me out of the office for a day.

    Good going!

    By Blogger Carl Weaver, at 8:01 PM, June 29, 2005  

  • josh, you're lookin' lean on that nouriche and star*ucks diet. i can send you some homemade vegan oat cakes to share with your co-workers.

    By Blogger R, at 6:37 PM, July 21, 2005  

  • i like ur job.nice one!!

    By Blogger karen, at 12:52 PM, July 28, 2005  

  • Looks like a very great place to work indeed. Great job with the vlog post! --Susan

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:14 PM, September 30, 2005  

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