Categories: podcasting

podcamp boston

Sort of a strange podcamp boston. I wasn’t crazy about many of the sessions, too much focus on marketing etc (not that there’s anything wrong with that, just not my bag; marketing is important, but I’d like to see more people talking about exciting things they are doing with podcasting & new media); I gave a presentation that didn’t go very well … or at least took a while to get going. It was a very small crowd – should have ditched the slides…

But I did meet some cool people … and I didn’t get much of a chance to talk with many of them:

I also had a good time riffing with the usual canpod suspects, Neil Toaster Gorman, meeting Anita of LibriVox (a bunch of us had a great dinner on Sat night); and meeting and hanging out with Fred the founder of Select Records, (one of) the first hip hop label in the world (and publisher of the Jerky Boys), who’s sweating bullets over non-paying mp3 downloads.

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