SPOS #36

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Welcome to episode #36 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. I’m back and alive after the trip from hell. The AIMS Canada event was well worth sitting on the tarmac for over five hours. This episode is, once again, chock full of your insights, observations and comments (please keep them coming). There’s also an amazing Six Points of Separation that is a Mash-Up with New Comm Road. Enjoy the conversation…
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #36 – Host: Mitch Joel.
– Running time: 57:26.
– Audio comment line – please take note (please send in a comment and add your voice to the community): +1 206-666-6056.
– Please send in questions, comments, suggestions – [email protected].
– Audio Comment – Antoine Mas and Thelma Cotter – Podcasting.ie.
BarCamp Scotland Ireland.
– Audio Comment – Collin Douma – Radical Trust and MacLaren McCann Direct and Interactive.
– Audio Comment – Bryan Person – New Comm Road and Bryper.
– Promo for new Podcast – Best Laid Plan – by Inside PR‘s Terry Fallis.
What No One Ever Tells You About Blogging and Podcasting by Ted Demopoulos.
Promoting Your Podcast by Jason Van Orden.
Foreword Thinking: The Business And Motivational Book Review Podcast coming soon.
– Audio Comment – Kevin Behringer – Fly-Over Marketing.
– Upcoming Six Points of Separation – Six Ways To Stay On Top of Comments.
– Music from Canada’s own Finger Eleven.
– Audio Comment – Marko Kulik – Photography Podcast and Pets.ca.
– Do you want me to list the full Six Points of Separation? Let me know.
– Audio Comment – Kathryn Lagden – AIMS Canada – Association of Internet Marketing and Sales.
– AIMS Canada – Participate in Social Bookmarking by Tamera Kremer.
– Tag for del.icio.us – aims_canada.
AIMS Canada Blog.
The Client Side Blog and Podcast by Michael Seaton from Scotiabank.
CBC Radio Podcasts.
Geek Dinner Toronto IV.
– Audio Comment – Robert Mendelson – Select Blinds Canada.
– Six Points Of Separation – Six Ways To Use Technorati – a mash-up courtesy of Bryan Person at New Comm Road.
– Music from the Podsafe Music Network – Care of the C.C. Chapman of Managing The Gray, Accident Hash and U-Turn Caf-.
– “I Want A Better Life” – The Shakes.
– If you can come up with a better title for C.C. Chapman than “Musicologist for Six Pixels of Separation,” I am offering up a prize. Send in title suggestions now.
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: +1 206-666-6056.
Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #36 – Host: Mitch Joel.


  1. Mitch:
    This podcast has truly grown to become “out-of-control good.” You had no fewer than seven (7!) audio comments on this episode — which I enjoyed while washing dishes — and it’s been a similar story the last seven weeks. Incredible.
    You’ve built up an international audience that is willing to participate in the show and provides quality content in the form of thoughtful audio comments week after week. That’s a testament to you as the host, as well as to the community that has developed around this show.
    Keep up the inspiring work! I’ll be listening.

  2. The whole point of 6POS was to get multiple voices going. As I was recording this episode, I was really “feeling it” for the first time.
    I hope this level of activity continues. If you’re reading this, think about sending in an audio comment to keep the conversations going.

  3. Hi again Mitch,
    This is one of your Irish fans from podcasting.ie
    Just checking up on you and when I read the last comment about the international audio comments you recieve I needed, as part of a group that sends you material somewhat regularly, to come forward and agree with Bryan.
    We really enjoy the conversations we have and will keep it up as long as you keep having us!

  4. Hi Mitch:
    As always, I throughly enjoyed the show. I would love for you to post the 6POS. However, I am a fellow podcaster, and I understand that you want listeners. If you blog everything from the show, then aside from hearing your up beat and cheery voice, people could simply read the meat (Montreal smoked meat!) from the show.
    On the note of Montreal smoked meat…I’ll be in Montreal on Feb 8. I’d love to hook up and chat over a sandwich at Swartz’s. Please let me know if you’re available. I also do beer – my treat!

  5. Dave, mind if I cut in? I know you invited Mitch, but I’d love to hang with you too, cuz I know not much about you and I love meeting new folks with new ideas. Hey, maybe we can turn this into a geek dinner of sorts–any other takers?

  6. Sorry Rob, we already booked the lunch (if you would like, feel free to join us). I still have a Geek Dinner Montreal on my to-do list (along with another CaseCamp Montreal).
    If someone has some additional hours in the day to sell, I am buying.

  7. ok, I finally finished listening to #36:
    Yes, I was very much having a good time in San Diego on vacation when I recorded my audio comment. I was working out just before I called in, and I often tune-in while sweating it out. I also share your passion Mitch for all things marketing, and esp. online marketing, and I do in fact enjoy listening to the conversation that is your podcast. Also, as a small business owner, I am never far from my business, or business related matters, even on vacation.
    Finally regarding CC’s DJ name, the choice is obvious: ‘MC CC’!

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