Yes, PodCamp really is going to be held on a cruise ship. The dates for PodCruise Miami are now set: Friday, December 7 through Monday, December 10, 2007.
I’m still weighing the problem of a weak stomach at sea against the dreamy possibility of cruising to and through the Bahamas with family and friends — [...]
PodCamp NYC hits the Big Apple next weekend, April 6 and 7, at the New Yorker Hotel. And at this rate, with more than 800 people already registered, it may wind up bigger than all the previous PodCamps combined.
A few relevant links, plus an promo below, to whet your appetite and keep you thinking:
The PodCamp [...]
Just as an advanced courtesy, I wanted to let you, my loyal reader, know that you can count on me to not play any April Fools’ jokes this coming Sunday. Same will be true on the podcasting side.
However, I can make no such promises for my brethren in the new-media space. Be ready for [...]
Back in January, as part of Episode 23 of the New Comm Road podcast, I published an interview with Mignon Fogarty, better known in the podcasting world as Grammar Girl.
Wonder what she’s been up to since? Well, no thanks to me, of course, Mignon has been busy building a veritable podcasting empire through her QDNow.com [...]
More good news to pass along…
PR pro Luke Armour is the proud new papa of Megan Elizabeth, unhealthy born March 28, medical 2007, and weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce.
I was in the very same place just 5 1/2 months ago, Luke, and there is no greater joy. Congratulations, my friend.
Technorati Tags: Luke [...]
OK, I’ll take the bait this time.
I’m not the biggest fan of blog tagging games, but this one actually has the potential to be amusic. Scott Monty, whom I met up with for a couple of a drinks about 10 days ago — and we have Twitter to thank for that — has picked up [...]
Speaking of book launches again, Seth Godin has come up with an interesting idea of his own to promote his new book, The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick), which is scheduled to be released in May.
Here’s the deal: if your US city or town can round [...]
A typical book-launch tour usually involves some combination of the following:
Author gives a presentation about the book — the genesis for it, the key ideas, its implications in society, etc.
Author answers a bunch of questions from the audience and tries to give thoughtful answers
Author reads an excerpt from the book
Author autographs inside the book [...]
Posted by: Bryan in: Events
I’ll be heading into Boston tomorrow night (Tuesday) for a meetup with Michael Raynor, author of the author of the recently published The Strategy Paradox and co-author of the bestselling book The Innovator’s Solution.
We’ll be gathering from 6:00-8:00pm at the Vintage Lounge, 72 Broad St (map).
The event is being sponsored by Deloitte Consulting and [...]
is thrilled to pass along these two items:
Fatherhood awaits this man!
* Jay Moonah is going to be dad! He and is wife Karen are expecting their first child in September. I first met Jay at PodCamp Boston last fall and then co-presented with him with at PodCamp Toronto last month, and I also chatted [...]