Posts Tagged “Podcasters Across Borders”

No Conference Blues

By | August 19, 2011

Using 4squaredand7yearsago, I discovered that I was arriving in Seattle for Gnomedex on this day last year.┬áSadly, Gnomedex was discontinued after it’s ten year run. So, there’s no Gnomedex this year. I’m coming to terms with the fact that I likely won’t be attending SXSW this March. I also doubt I will be going to […]

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How To Co-Author a New York Times Best Seller: Step 1

By | September 19, 2009

Step 1: Go to an unconference! I was watching New York Times best-selling author, Julien Smith‘s presentation on Ustream live from PodCamp Montreal today. As he was presenting I was enjoying the back channel discussions in the chat room with some new and old friends. I was talking with musecrossing quite a bit, I didn’t […]

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Who was your first follow?

By | January 3, 2009

I came across a couple of tweets the other day from friends who said I was their first follow. The tweets were being generated by a nifty little service that searches your Twitter history to see who you followed first called My First Follow. As it turns out my friend Julien Smith was my first […]

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5 things you must have to attend conferences from your couch

By | June 22, 2008

I recently posted about being upset that I was missing the third annual Podcasters Across Borders (PAB) conference. Unfortunately circumstances did not allow me to head to Kingston, Ontario to re-connect with my fellow podcasting brothers and sisters from home, I miss them. Luckily in this day and age we are privileged enough to have […]

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