Podcasting: The Beginner’s Guide
for future reference: Podcasting: The Beginner’s Guide If you have any tips on good and inexpensive digital recorders or mics, feel free to drop me a line or leave a comment. Inspired by Pauline’s podcast interview…
Lift 07: Fragments of Captured Attention
Back from Geneva. Here are a couple of short, offline notes I took during the various sessions. I don’t want to provide a write-up of the sessions I attended. See Stephanie’s or Bruno’s excellent write-ups instead. And in addition, the LIFT 07 videos and presentations will be available online some time soon. So here’s a […]
Overload ( Day 2.75 )
I enjoyed the Lift panel on technological overload. Lots of food for thought. I’m off to grab some coffee.
Lift update ( Day 2.5 )
So far I’m not finding the Open Stage presentations in room 2 very inspiring… 2 more to go before lunch
Lift ( Day 2.0 )
A small little trend I observed: Quite a couple of presentations are using Flickr photos as a background…
Hi from LIFT 07 ( Day 1.5 )
enjoying my time at Lift 07 and wondering if I’m a candidate for technological overload.
LIFT conf ( Day 1 )
It’s pouring outside and I’m taking a quick moment to publish my unreflected notes that I took in today’s sessions, pêle-mêle, off the top of my head, in shorthand: Morning session: The slides are available here. Evaluating and monitoring projects doesn’t need to be costly, esp. with free web survey and website statistics tools. Goal […]
LIFT conf ( Day 0.5 )
My first workshop at LIFT 07 was great. Enjoyed it. I attended Glenn O’Neil’s D.I.Y. Monitoring and Evaluation…. I’m feeling kind of feverish and I’ve got a bad headache, which is ignoring the Aspirin I’ve already taken.
LIFT conf ( Day 0 )
Bungled reservation, seedy area of town, my Lift conf is off to a flying start from an accomodation point of view….now testing the hotel wifi.
when in doubt…
Found this quote in my inbox today: There is a microscopically thin line between being brilliantly creative and acting like the most gigantic idiot on earth. So what the hell, leap. by Cynthia Heimel