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. Sadly, 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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