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One Question Interviews: Melissa B

Melissa B

SPB: You work as a network engineer. Are there many musicians or artists within your field/Are there many creative-types?

Melissa B: I find that there are a lot of people in the technology field that are truly musically inclined. I happen to work with several people that actually are in bands or have been working on Broadway.

There are some creative type of people like one person I worked with has been a writer and [is] actually in the middle of writing a new novel. I also have a friend whom I work with that basically plays drums and guitar as well. Music and math mesh well together that's why there are so many of us in music. We see beyond what is truly there looking outside the box.


Words by Loren on Feb. 23, 2014, 2:16 p.m.

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Melissa B

Posted by Loren on Feb. 23, 2014, 2:16 p.m.

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