Comiskey joined the magazine in 2006, shortly after completing an MA in journalism at Indiana University. During graduate school, he served as arts & culture editor of the Indiana University Alumni Magazine and wrote for newspapers throughout the state. Comiskey’s long-form features have won a number of Society of Professional Journalists Awards, and have taken him inside sperm banks, across the country in a semi, and to the home of the world’s smallest books. He lives in Butler Tarkington.
If you know anything about Aldo’s story, you might be inclined to feel sorry for him. Mario Andretti’s identical twin crashed violently out of racing in 1969 and watched as his brother became one of the most famous drivers in the world. But the prelude to Aldo’s short career, and what followed, proves that luck matters a lot less than how you react when you have to shift gears.
Indy’s tech pioneer may have quietly moved to Hawaii, but the man who helped bring us voicemail maintains the local tech industry still has a lot of innovating left to do—and he intends to be part of it.