I dropped by the Inspiration Festival this afternoon to see Dina Kaplan of Blip.tv. I was inspired. Dina explained the current video landscape and how blip.tv is changing everything. Also in her session was Graham Hill from Treehugger.coma and Doug Jaeger from the Happy Corp, http://thehappycorp.com/ I also met the amazing Juliette Powell. I hope to get to spend more time with her in the future.
How to Be Smart and Popular: Making Your Podcast Informative and Interesting presented by Adam Weiss at PodCamp Boston 2006. Here are some moments from Adam's PodCamp presentation. It was really great, with examples of good and bad podcasts. The room erupted in discussion on what a good podcast should be like. Adam was showing the features of popular podcasts. It turns out that 'popular' podcasts sound like radio. This session featured a lot of great content from Adam and plenty of participation from the people in the room. I think that the small classroom size promoted discussion as well as the BarCamp format of the whole conference.
Andrea Shea was here today from WBUR interviewing me about videoblogging. I was showing her the Nokia N93 phone I've been testing and handed it over to her and had her shoot video of me. She liked it. A new videoblogger is born!
Amanda Condgon on Saturday September 16th at the Blip.TV office in NYC talking about some of her new projects and AmandaAcrossAmerica.com. "I'm really excited to be doing this with Blip and I want to thank Paltalk.com for supporting this wonderfiul party thank you all for coming. I have a lot of exciting... I've got TV projects and a bunch video blog projects to do when I get to LA and I'm really excited to go out in such a creative and innovative and really I guess the first person to go across the country and document it in a hybrid vehicle. So awesome thank you for coming and being part of this really creative and innovative event. Thank you. Party on!"