Imperfect 0: Coming Soon

22 December, 2020

ON HIATUS

Most people can look past the imperfections of everyday things in the world. For those that are unable to, this is for you.

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Most people can look past imperfections of everyday things in the world. For those that can't, this is for you. Nothing is perfect. Let me tell you why. Some people say that I tend to rant a lot about things that are, perhaps you could say, inconsequential to them. But I think fundamentally, there are issues of little details that people like to, well, gloss over and overlook and just accept that that's the way they are. And the truth is that some things don't actually make sense. Sometimes people just like me sometimes have trouble letting that go in any case. I was challenged by a few colleagues at work that said that when I was ranting, perhaps I should actually record that and release it as a podcast. So this is, I guess, an experiment, an attempt to answer to those people, people that would like to hear me rant about something perhaps you could say that's a little bit imperfect. So see what you think.

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John Chidgey

John Chidgey

John is an Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineer, software developer, podcaster, vocal actor and runs TechDistortion and the Engineered Network. John is a Chartered Professional Engineer in both Electrical Engineering and Information, Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering (ITEE) and a semi-regular conference speaker.

John has produced and appeared on many podcasts including Pragmatic and Causality and is available for hire for Vocal Acting or advertising. He has experience and interest in HMI Design, Alarm Management, Cyber-security and Root Cause Analysis.

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