A keynote I delivered with Bob Goyetche at Northern Voice forced us to understand how our collaboration created community and opportunity.
In part two of this series, the logo and venue for CreatorCamp Ottawa had been finalized and confirmed. We chose Wiki technology for the site because of the speed at which we could establish the CreatorCamp website and the ability to allow others to contribute. The premise is anyone can edit the page and do […]
Since announcing CreatorCamp Ottawa, there has been a bit of buzz about the idea and several people have approached Bob and me to ask about the event and the possibility of organizing one in their own city. So, I’ve decided I’d use my blog to go behind the scenes of organizing the first ever CreatorCamp. […]
Calling all creators — anyone who cooks meals, makes quilts, produces videos, paints, writes books, designs spaces, composes music, sculpts, takes pictures, etc… The first ever CreatorCamp, an event that celebrates the creative part of creative pursuits, is taking place in Ottawa in exactly three weeks. CreatorCamp has one organizing principle… sessions MUST be about […]
It’s been quite a while since I blogged about audio and video production. So, I’ll take advantage of an email I received from Robin Browne to let this one slip in. In his email, Robin says he’s been using the internal microphones in his Zoom H2 portable digital recorder to capture presentations with good results […]
Whitney Hoffman and I spoke Sunday evening about the debate over the fee for the upcoming PodCamp Boston. It seems that many people are quite upset about the fee and have used the argument that communities shouldn’t charge its members to participate in events. That’s when we started to talk about physical communities and financial […]
For a thin guy, I sure cast a giant shadow. Even though I’m always transparent about the collaborative nature of the projects I’m involved in — Canadian Podcast Buffet, Podcasters Across Borders and Just One More Book to name a few — my collaborators including Bob Goyetche and his wife Cat, and my wife, my […]
Chris Sherry (creator the the Kaflooey podcast) dredged up this gem of Bob Goyetche and me following Podcasters Across Borders 2007. According to Chris, Photoshop was not involved. Registration for PAB2008 opens on March 15. Original photo by Nico.