From a teeter-totter in his Old West Side backyard, "Homeless" (yes, yes, I know, "how does he have a backyard if he is homeless?") Dave Askins has been conducting interviews of civic, business, and cultural figures since December of 2005. Interviewees have included local business owners, musicians, civic figures, "Bill Clinton", bloggers, and, essentially, anyone else Dave can talk into his backyard.

Dave's blog, along with an archive of totteree interviews, was available at his eponymous website, .[offline as of 2023-01-22; check Internet Archive?]

Homeless Dave can also be found on various local blogs and other online forums (in addition to, of course, whatever it is he does in real life, which includes things like designing pedal-powered washing machines), and is an advocate of ArborWiki's Category:People.

Teeter Talk is a production associated with the Ann Arbor Chronicle.

Teeter Talk interviews

There were a lot of them! You have to go to the Internet Archive to get them. Here are a few:

Fred Posner, at the Parking structures in Ann Arbor, Michigan, display the number of available spaces on signs located outside each structure. Based on a conversation with Ed VielmettiFred Posner put together a telephone number that can be called for real-time parking availability info. Interview on 13 January 2009.

Edward Vielmetti. inter-nethead; community nexus. Interview on 14 September 2007.