Well, I messed up.

I interviewed the winning 5th grade robotics team from Duncanville today in Plano, Texas at the TCEA Region 10/11 Technology Conference. Unfortunately, I accidentally deleted the file from the iRiver T10 recorder that I used for the interview. :-(

Unless someone has a suggestion about how to recover a file that I deleted from the iRiver (I haven’t put anything else on the device since) I don’t think I’ll be able to share this podcast interview. This is a big disappointment.


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