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.I followed up with Apple this morning on my trouble report on the WWAN update. The technician said the Apple engineering is investigating a connection between the update and certain models of Intel […]
The Saturday and Sunday presentation program for Podcasters Across Borders 2007 has been officially announced in this week’s episode of The Canadian Podcast Buffet and on the Podcasters Across Borders website. Registration details will be announced next week.
This Podcast is a culmination of my series on Blevis-ian editing, and the audio from my Editing Techniques and Decisions presentation at PodCamp Toronto. I highly recommend that you also listen to Bruce Murray’s presentation on Editing (How to make a layer cake with a butterfly and a sledgehammer). Between Bruce’s humourous and philosophical study […]
On February 19, my Mac started to prompt me to install the newly release WWAN support 1.0 update for OSX. Since the update referenced hardware I do not use, I dutifully ignored the request to apply it. Unfortunately, there was no way to select “permanently ignore”. Yesterday, the inevitable happened. I accidentally clicked on Install […]
I had dinner at the Steamworks Brewing Company with Lee Edward Fodi this past evening. Lee is an incredibly talented children’s book author and illustrator and his amazing book,
I have been struggling to upload files from my hotel room in Vancouver. I have been on the phone with tech support on four occassions and they constantly point me to Internet Frog to do speed tests which typically come out indicating better than 2Mbps download rates and roughly 115Kbps upload rates. That still doesn’t […]
TC Lions Pub may have the biggest beer pitchers in Canada. We had to cancel the second pitcher when we discovered that the server wasn’t kidding when he said “one gallon pitchers”. There was a great crowd at last night’s Vancouver Podcast Meetup. I’ll see if I can remember names and URLs… Sean Carruthers (labrats.tv), […]
By their very existence, Podcast meetups and Podcast conferences reinforce a sense of community among their participants. PodCamp Toronto was no exception. In fact, PodCamp Toronto had the greatest number of sessions on the concept of community of all conferences I have attended and followed. That made leaving the event early to catch a flight […]
I have arrived in Vancouver — my first time here! It’s raining. I have a beautiful waterfront view complete with Stanley Park and the site of sea planes taking off. However, it comes at a cost of $13.95/day for Internet access!!!
UPDATE 070226: Added photo No matter the circumstances, any time there is a change in personnel in a band it can be stressful for both the band and its following. Just ask Van Halen. At what seemed to be their sudden expressway to superstar status in the Podcast community, Uncle Seth parted ways with their […]
There are about 200 people packed into room 359 361 of the Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson University for the opening remarks of PodCamp Toronto. The whole room dynamic changed when Leesa Barnes challenged eveyone to meet three people you have never met before — “someone you didn’t come here with, someone you didn’t sleep […]