Comedian joins WebTalkGuys on Saturday

“This Saturday, Feb. 24, the local radio and webcast technology show, WebTalkGuys Radio, will take a humorous look at working inside the culture with actor/comedian and playwright Mike Daisey. There will also be a roundtable debate on the domain name confusion brought on by all the new extensions being made availabe, such as .tv, .info, and .biz.Comedian Mike Daisey joins the Webguys to talk about his new one-man stage show 21 Dog Years: Doing Time @, gleaned from years working for in Business Development and Customer Service.Daisey can speak freely, as his Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) has just expired, allowing him to tell the real story of I learned to slavishly love idealistic mouthbreathers, sixty-hour weeks, and the cult of personality that is Jeff Bezos, says Daisy. Somehow I did not emerge rich beyond my dreams – go figure, he says.Mike’s stream of consciousness about Amazon is funny, but not hurtful, says radio co-host Dana Greenlee, who is also a former Amazon employee in Editorial and Customer Service. It is more a humorous study of groupthink in action than a hatchet job. Working at Amazon in those heady days of growth, you can’t help but form a loyal, hero-worshipping bond milling around the hallowed halls of this e-commerce phenomenon, says Greenlee.A roundtable discussion will debate whether there is a need for new top-level Internet domain names like .tv, .info, .biz, .name, .coop, .museum, .pro, .aero and .biz. The domain registration companies charge a higher fee than for the more popular .com. The discussion will seek answers to whether the new domain names are about the almighty dollar, make it easier for users to navigate the Internet, or will that become more confusing. And for businesses, will the expanded number of TLD’s (top-level domain) give them a better chance at getting desirable URLs or complicate the process of protecting their corporate trademarks? The roundtable includes Rob Greenlee, Ron Ehli, CEO of and Joey Caisse, CEO of radio show also covers Internet News with Rob Greenlee, Mitch Ratcliffe, chief-content-officer of and founder of BigGarden Ventures in Tacoma, and WebGrrl Dana, president of LoudVox Productions, which also produces the show. The program will air Saturday, Feb. 24 at 11 a.m. on KLAY 1180 AM as well as Webcast at “