Thank God I’m an amateur
By July 9, 2010 0 Comments Read More →

Thank God I’m an amateur

It’s Friday. We all need something light to wrap up the week. Not surprisingly, I have something to share from PAB2010 that fits that bill. John Meadows has the ability to be insightful, critical and funny (a very dry sense of humour) at the same time. An important part of his charm is that he […]

John Meadows on the PAB experience
By June 15, 2010 0 Comments Read More →

John Meadows on the PAB experience

T-minus 36 hours and counting until the launch of PAB2010. Unbelievable! The conference that wasn’t going to happen this year, is just two sleeps away (less if you’re an organizer). Like previous years, we put together a show of clips from the community — thoughts on how to prepare for and extend the PAB experience. […]

The debate on ‘niche’
By October 22, 2008 7 Comments Read More →

The debate on ‘niche’

A few weeks ago, Katherine Matthews put up a post in which she decried the use of the term ‘niche’ and how it reflects badly on podcasting (see ding, dong, the niche is dead).  Some raved about her thoughts.  John Meadows suggested her post should form a manifesto of podcasting. I finally caught up with […]

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A look back at NOTL2008
By August 21, 2008 3 Comments Read More →

A look back at NOTL2008

Niagara-on-the-Lake is not the first place I’d think of to host a social media event.  John Meadows, Keith Burtis and Bill Deys on the other hand, knew something about the location and timing.  The three of them collaborated to organize the first of what could be many summer-based events in that region.  While partners and […]