The future of Audioboo is uncertain. Like most online spaces. But Audioboo isn't like most online spaces. This page of blurted sentiment and opinion will probably seem a bit much to some. Perhaps I'm over reacting because something I deeply care about is threatened. I first blogged about Audioboo four years ago, not long after it's launch. I embraced it immediately, wholeheartedly, and … [Read more...] about The Future of Audioboo is Uncertain
Royal Wedding Street Party
While visiting friends in the village of Belton, Leicestershire, I experienced a street party ... I took photos on my FujiFilm X100. It's super discreet and having the fixed lens makes you work that little bit harder to get in close while all the time allowing you to really get to know the focal length. This helps to make 'shooting from the hip' less of a hit and miss endeavor. The street party … [Read more...] about Royal Wedding Street Party
Passing Like Pixelated Pirate Ships in the Night.
This video brings back some very fond memories. When Seesmic used to be way more than just a twitter client. What feels like eons ago.. for a brief period in a digital time and space, Seesmic brought together a particular mix of individuals.. a certain kind of community that I have yet to find anywhere else. Many of these people became great friends. Others I miss connecting with. I'm still not … [Read more...] about Passing Like Pixelated Pirate Ships in the Night.
Social Media for Audience Development & Community Building
"The show begins at the moment you first hear about it" @untheatre at Shift Happens June 29th 2009 "It's critical that artists are engaged with the digital world, not just for marketing, but to ask difficult, big questions of it" @wethink at Shift Happens June 30th 2009 Audience Development Why Social Media? If you’re using social media properly your audience is your community, social media is … [Read more...] about Social Media for Audience Development & Community Building