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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
I think that the hardest part about interviews is meeting with the people. People are so busy and when they are free you are busy. Once you meet with the person sometimes asking questions can be the hardest. When you write your questions some questions go with others. When you ask that questions and the interviewee answers differently then you think your next four questions don't work now. Then you have come up with new questions on the spot. The other part that hard is when you forget to ask something and you have to get together with them again or just not have it in your story.