When I clocked in at less than fifteen minutes last week, I realized that if I was not going to have an interview on Six Pixels Of Separation, then that timing would be about right. I was wrong, but my guess is it’s all good (unless you tell me otherwise). This week, we hit double digits with Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. This is Episode #10. Enjoy…
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #10 – Host: Mitch Joel.
– Running time: 29:24.
– Audio comment line: 206-666-3772.
– Using new music from the Podsafe Music Network.
– Camp Walk by Derek K. Miller.
– Groove IT by Denis Kitchen.
– Comment line: 206-666-3772.
– Update on The Road to Digital Marketing Conference 2006.
– Audio comments:
– C.C. Chapman – Managing The Gray, Accident Hash, Podsafe Music Network, Podshow Plus, In Over Your Head, Julien Smith, Toastmasters.
– Kevin Beringer (Kevin – if I spelled your name wrong, I apologize).
– Comment from Thomas Gobeil at InfoPresse Magazine.
– The Power Within in Edmonton with Dr. Phil:
– Po Bronson.
– Jim Fannin.
– Chuck Martin.
– Mike Lipkin.
– Craig & Marc Kielburger – Free The Children.
– Six Points Of Separation – Six Things To Consider If You Are Going To Start A Blog.
Please join the conversation by sending in questions, feedback and ways to improve Six Pixels Of Separation. Please let me know what you think or leave an audio comment at: 206-666-3772.
Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #10 – Host: Mitch Joel.
i don’t know about you, but when i think about second life i get really crazy into what people will be using this kind of technology for, like, 50 years down the line, when it becomes ubiquitous. today, tomorrow, it’s cool and it’s interesting, but i want to know how it’s going to change our lives in the long term. and like you, i don’t spend forever in it, but just dipping my toe in every little while helps me better appreciate that.
thanks very much for the props. to expand upon my comments to CC in voicemail, i don’t think it’s a necessity to know about this stuff (and that the people that don’t are clueless fools), but rather that it really proves how many steps ahead people that are into SL and other such technologies are. sometimes it’s tough to see because we see all these people with these crazy avatars making a living in such an environment, but those people are rare (and they will be icons 5 years from now). so it’s interesting because it brings it back into perspective.
I just listened to episode #10 – congrats on hitting #10! I really liked the 6 points of separation. Having an editorial calendar for my blog is a great idea. I am still trying to find my voice and I think having a better idea where I want to go will help me find it. Thanks! As always… you are teaching me a lot!
I WISH that my name was spelled Beringer. I’d love some of that wine money! Hey, if I was part of that family line, maybe I’d get to hang out with Hugh! Plus, the Beringer vineyards are gorgeous.
But, don’t worry about the spelling. It’s been much, MUCH worse!
Anyway, I was flattered to hear my comment on your podcast. It’s funny how the podcasters I listen to are quickly becoming “rock stars” in my mind like people I used to see on tv or listen to on the radio.
Here’s to hoping I can end up where you are some day!
I title this comment: â€œLoud music and microphone interferenceâ€?
No need to apologize Mitch. Your audience, if they are anything like me, is very forgiving of technical mishaps or even blunders.
You are pioneering a new medium by dragging together mismatched technologies and thereby creating something new and exiting. Lets hear that microphone feedback, and coffee spilling over the keyboard.
6px separate us because you are willing to break down the walls of social isolation. Part of standing out in an overly sterilized world, is showing that we are real people, working with or for real businesses, offering real world solutions.
PS. I am jealous that you are going to the Power Within – Toronto event. Terrific speaker line-up. Alas, businesses keeps me here in Calgary that day. However, I do hope to see the Edmonton event on Friday. To be honest, it’s because you are speaking there that I am even considering going.
Have a good one Mitch.
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