Photo by Todd Van Hoosear
Doug Haslam, my PodCamp Boston 2 presentation partner in crime, has posted our “Following and Joining Online Conversations: Social Media PR 101″ talk.
You can follow our slides and audio from SlideShare, or simply stream/download the .mp3 file embedded in this post.
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The paper copy of The Best Laid Plans, written by fellow PR podcaster Terry Fallis, arrived in my mailbox a few days ago. So as promised in a previous blog post, I ventured into Boston to grab a few shots of the book as part of Jon Hoel’s “photo challenge.”
The idea was to capture a [...]
A quick note about a nice gesture from one PR podcaster to another.
Jon Hoel, co-host of the PR Junction podcast, snapped this photo at the famous Flinders Street Station in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. He includes the book cover of The Best Laid Plans, the new satirical novel of Canadian politics by Toronto’s Terry [...]
Yes, I know it’s been two weeks since PodCamp Boston 2 and you’ve probably already moved onto your next project or conference, but hey: Consider this post part of the PodCamp Boston long tail.
Here are a handful of my takeaways from the event.
PodCamp isn’t just about podcasting.
If you’ve attended a PodCamp or two yourself [...]
Earlier this week I Twittered that my father had returned home after a year-long, military stint in Kosovo.
Well, the folks at ooVoo were obviously paying attention, because yesterday they let me know that they had donated 500 web cameras and microphones to U.S. Air Force personnel, making it easier for soldiers to have video [...]
(Photo by Steve Garfield)
I like David Cutler’s takeaways from the first Social Media Breakfast, held this past Wednesday in Boston:
The tools and reach of online technology enable us to set up meaningful in-person meetups.
What is netweaving? Here’s what David writes:
NetWeaving events put a spin on the traditional networking process. “What can I do [...]
PodCamp Boston 2 kicks off on Friday, October 26 — a little more than two months from now.
We’ll be gathering at the Boston Convention Expo Center, which is captured nicely here by Julia Roy.
If you haven’t already done so, register for PodCamp Boston 2 today. The unconference is free, of course. I look [...]
I’ll be departing for Podcasters Across Borders 2007 about nine hours from now. Above is one of the slides — all about the importance of trusting your network — from the presentation I’ll be giving: “Managing Your Social Media.”
Want another sneak peek? Here’s a slide from a marketing presentation that Christopher Penn [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]