If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and/or my free Digital Public Affairs Newsletter. Thanks for visiting.It’s like a wild case of deja vu. Last year around this time I was getting ready for a possible work-related trip to Vancouver. That trip was delayed and delayed until it finally […]
Several people have asked why I haven’t yet blogged about the upcoming Grammy performance of The Police, my favourite band. The fact is, I don’t know what to say. Actually, that’s not entirely true; I’ll be pissed if they don’t tour. I have had the unique privilege of interviewing the brothers Copeland — Ian, Stewart […]
Tomorrow night, Bob Goyetche and I will be recording episode 50 of the Canadian Podcast Buffet. If you want to be part of the show, be sure to get your audio comment to firstname.lastname@example.org tomorrow before 7pmET.
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It’s hard to believe that PodCamp Toronto is in less than a month. It looks like it will be a great event with great people. I’m on the board for three presentations: Building a community – Mark Blevis and Bob Goyetche – Branding is an important part of establishing your identity. Podcasting affords opportunities to […]
A two week holiday turned into a four week holiday. Today, Electric Sky returns with its first episode of 2007 — a conversation with George Da Pont, the Commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard.
Nico from Argentina, who has been a strong supporter of the Canadian Podcast community since way back when Podcasting was still in diapers, will be in Ottawa for one night only, Tuesday, January 23. To celebrate the occasion, we’ll be meeting that night at The Arrow and Loon (Bank and Fifth) at 8pm. It would […]