Nathan Goulding

Nathan Goulding is the Chief Technology Officer of National Review. He often goes by “Chaka” in NRO’s popular blog The Corner. While having never attended a class in computer science, ...

Nathan Goulding is the Chief Technology Officer of National Review. He often goes by “Chaka” in NRO’s popular blog The Corner. While having never attended a class in computer science, he enjoys programming NRO’s web server from a glass-enclosed, temperature-controlled, mantrapped, video-monitored network command center at an undisclosed location.
He likes to spend his free time relaxing on his back porch, sipping iced tea and Grey Goose while listening to Dvorak’s “American” String Quartet and Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor. He also enjoys listening to the vinyl LP records of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman that were bestowed upon him as part of a rather substantial trust fund.
Despite being an avid swing dancer, Mr. Goulding still hasn’t met “Mrs. Right” – a girl who likes to have fun, yet carries a certain gravitas. Inquiries, of any nature, may be submitted to ngoulding@nationalreview.com.

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Re: Red Sox Watch

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