Glad you asked! I graduated from Indiana University of PA in 2005. While in college I got my start in college radio and loved it so much, I had to keep going. In 2005 I was an intern for WQXA-FM and later worked for WNNK and WTPA until 2007 as a promotions assistant. A few months and one aircheck later, I came here to Y102 in May of 2008. I started out as a weekender and a fill-in, and eventually came to be right here on Y102!! True story.
And for those of you who think, "Who is this guy? I bet he isn't even from around here!" I'm a local guy, born in Reading, raised in West Lawn, and a 2000 graduate of Wilson High School.
There you have it.
It seems that Google may be detrimental to your health, especially when it comes to remembering things in the past.
According to the latest study, more people don't commit major historical events because they can just look it up on Google.
Do you think Google is making us stupider? Do you know important historical dates off the top of your head without Googling them? Do you think people are less informed about the past these days? Is learning about history still important?
Full story: (Daily Mail)