Steed to WCSH 6: “Embrace the Weird”

My beard, shiny forehead and I were on WCSH 6 this morning, where I discussed with the ever-so-lovely Jackie Ward the motivation of and intention behind Maine, Obviously. I suggest that the attitude of Obviously is one that celebrates the weird that Maine has to offer. We also touched on my Bangor Daily News blog (which you are reading right now, obviously), and Ward mentioned Knack Factory, the content firm at which I am a founding partner, in my introduction.

Also, if you missed it and you are not yet sick of me pointing out all of the times people have talked about me somewhere on the Internet, Rob Gould asked me a handful of questions for his Social Social column over at the Portland Press Herald last week.

I don’t know how to put this, but I’m kind of a big deal.

Alex Steed

About Alex Steed

Alex Steed has written about and engaged in politics since he was an insufferable teenager. He has run for the Statehouse and produced a successful web series. He now runs a content firm called Knack Factory with two guys who are a lot more talented than himself.