Well, it has arrived. I know everyone has been waiting with bated breathe for the Knife Perspective Podcast episode featuring yours truly. I have known Dan and Kyle for quite some time now, and it was my turn on the hot seat.
The audio gets much better as the podcast rolls on. I was apparently too far from my mic for the first little while, but stick with it. Or at least jump around a bit. 2 hours is longer than anyone wants to listen to me blather on, but it was a fun evening recording the episode, and I am fairly pleased that I came off sounding like I have at least a small clue what I am talking about.
From the Knife Perspective Podcast Episode 013:
Show Topic: Clay H. Aalders digital editor of https://www.knifemagazine.com
Overview: H. Clay Aalders is a lifelong edged tool user. He started out of college going to Kenya and doing archeological research of remains animal remains. They were trying to replicate marks seen on bones with knapped rocks used as knives as well as the processes used to knapp them.
For the past 20 years he has been a woodworker and fishing guide in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Idaho, and Tennessee. While guiding in Idaho, Clay worked part-time writing for a local newspaper, and upon moving to Tennessee began writing for the blog The Truth About Knives – spending his five years there as Managing Editor.
When The Truth About Knives was sold, his background is in fixed-blade hunting and bushcraft knives as well as website management paired perfectly for his job now as digital editor of https://www.knifemagazine.com. Clay’s primary role is Digital Editor, curating and creating new content for the Knife Magazine website and blog, as well as maintaining their social media accounts. We had a great time and a lot of laughs talking through how Clay was able to navigate life and the knife industry.
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