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Archive for February, 2007

Here are the relevant links for my presentation with Jay Moonah at PodCamp Toronto last weekends.
“It Isn’t Just a Video Game: Second Life for Events”
* Quicktime Video
* mp3 audio
* Presentation slides (PDF)
* Presentation notes (PDF)
Technorati Tags: Bryan Person, Jay Moonah, PodCampToronto, PodCampToronto2007, PodCamp, Second Life
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David Jones (left), Ed Lee and I meeting up on the Friday afternoon before PodCamp Toronto.
It’s taken a few days, but I have emerged from the depths of what Bob Goyetche calls “post-PodCamp letdown mode.” Time to look back.
Last weekend’s visit to Toronto for PodCamp Toronto was, quite simply, outstanding. Plenty of teaching, [...]

Bound for PodCamp Toronto

Tomorrow morning Ronin Marketeer’s John Wall and I are catching a flight to Buffalo and then making the two-hour drive north to Toronto for a big weekend of podcasting and all-around social media festival of speaking, teaching, and learning.
We’re both taking part in PodCamp Toronto, being held at the Rogers Communications Centre Ryerson Universit in [...]

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Taking a page from Joe Thornley’s playbook, severals members of the New England Podcasting group had our mugshots taken at last night’s monthly meetup, held in Natick, Massachusetts.
So, here we are:

All photos come courtesy of the Flickr photo stream of Karen Cardoza, better known to the podcasting community as “Mrs. B.” from Mrs. B’s Patriot [...]

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Marko Kulik of and sent in an audio comment for episode 26 of New Comm Road asking how to make the most of Flickr.
This topic will be discussed in further detail on an upcoming episode of the podcast, but here’s one idea that Marko mentioned and that I hadn’t thought of: including images [...]

Faces of Toronto II

In a blog post last month, I included several Faces of Toronto — a collection of folks who are leading the way on Toronto’s social media scene.
Well now Joseph Thornley, CEO of the Thornlely Fallis PR agency, has come up with an even better way of creating a visual profile of Toronto’s — not to [...]

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Twitter, social media in politics, and listener feedback galore.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from historic Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Monday, February 19, 2007.

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Learning about videoblogging

As I mentioned in episode 25 of New Comm Road, I certainly have plenty to learn about videoblogging. And Steve Garfield, who decided to use me as his guinea pig in a presentation at last week’s Boston meetup of the Social Media Club, is starring in this tutorial on videoblogging,

The tutorial is presented by [...]

More Twitter links

* BBC news headlines are available from Twitter, capsule thanks to the efforts of developer Mario Menti. Mario has also set up several indidivudal Twitter channels, look including business, prescription politics, sports, and video. Over the weekend Mario reported 1800 “followers” of the various channels.
* Kathy Sierra: “The Asymptotic Twitter Curve”
* [...]

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