Steve Wainstead's home page
Getting my open water diving certification, 7/23/01, in Key West.
You can reach me at:
- swain at panix.com (for personal stuff)
- wainstead at gmail.com (for professional stuff)
- Skype: wainstead
- or just google me
I am the founder and lead moderator of Reddit Water
, tracking water issues
and science worldwide since August 2008.
Las Vegas Developers Meetup
I was the founder and organizer of
the Las Vegas
, a technology agnostic meetup for hackers,
devops, software engineers, and computer programming enthusiasts.
From November 2011 until September 2013 I built the meetup from
scratch, starting with one software engineer (me) to over 300
members. Due to moving to Key West for my wife's job I turned it over
to three other developers.
Back on the air
back on the radio
on Pirate Radio Key
WKYZ-FM 101.7 and 96.7, a 100,000 watt independent radio
station serving the Florida keys. You can catch me 10am-3pm EST on
Wainstead All Night is now in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
You can read a history of
Wainstead All Night and Three One Three Three Seven
. I was on the
radio for ten years, although it seemed much shorter than that. In
April of 2011 the Rock Hall approached me about acquiring recordings
of W.A.N., which they now have:
ARC-0120 Steve Wainstead Collection, 1988-1998, 6.67
The Steve Wainstead Collection consists of audio
recordings, music logs, and listener requests during Wainstead's
tenure as a dee jay on Cleveland State University's radio station,
WCSB 89.3 FM, spanning the years 1988 to 1998. This collection
contains over six hundred hours of audio recordings of Wainstead's
radio shows Wainstead All Night, Cyclotron,
and Punkin' Around. The bulk of these recordings
are of Wainstead All Night, Wainstead's longest running and
most popular show. The music logs and song requests are a mix of
Wainstead's punk rock show Cyclotron and of Wainstead
All Night. Local musicians from bands such as Death of
Samantha, My Dad Is Dead, and the New Salem Witch Hunters appeared
on the recordings for interviews and sometimes co-hosted the
show. The Steve Wainstead Collection provides information about
bands playing at local venues, is an example of college radio at the
apex of its popularity, and offers a slice of the "Cleveland Scene"
during the late 1980s through the late 1990s.
Photos from my collection, the bulk of which is now in the possession
of the Rock Hall. From 1983 to 1988 I avidly photographed underground
music in Cleveland, and I took over 8,000 shots in that period. I have
been asked many times over the years to do a show so people can see
all the work I did, but that would take quite a bit of time and
effort. I put some photos on the web as an experiment back in 1996.
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