I don't know about you guys, but I HATE online sound design interviews when they don't even include the designers' demo reel, let alone a demo of the game / movie / whatever that they're talking about.
Sound is a completely subjective medium... how do the authors expect us to understand what they're saying when "booming" to him may just be "thudding" to someone else?
Don't get me wrong... I still read them, because occasionally I'll stumble across a real gem of a technique, but I often feel cheated. I mean, do they interview artists and modelers and not include even a single image of that person's work? No.
So, why do they do it to sound designers?