SPOS #39 – PodCamp Toronto 2007 – Bring The Noise

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Welcome to episode #39 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. All sorts of audio comments and excitement over PodCamp Toronto 2007, more on del.icio.us, a cool new Geek Dinner Montreal with Shel Holtz and a lot more. It also seems like the conversation on value-based billing has fizzled. Have we agreed that real value-based billing is when you get value for what you paid for? Enjoy this conversation…
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #39 – Host: Mitch Joel.

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Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #39 – Host: Mitch Joel.


  1. Hey Mitch,
    I think Six Pounds of Sound is a much better title for C.C.’s music segment. I can’t wait to hear how pod camp Toronto turns out, sadley I won’t be able to get there for it.

  2. Hi Mitch:
    Great show as always. Thanks for playing our promo about our podcast Two Boobs and a Baby.
    So, to add to our submission…
    During the day I am a new (and traditional) marketing and promotions professional. I’ve worked with Mirvish Productions in Toronto, the Toronto Star, and most recently Global Television in Toronto.
    Two Boobs and a Baby began as a podcast for our friends and family around the world. We wanted to create an audio-baby book.
    Ella and Sam will be able to listen to their parents when they’re older, and their kids will be able to do the same, and so on.
    The fact that so many people have contacted us and subscribed to our show tells us that we are helping other new parents – and that’s fantastic.
    You can learn more about our podcast at http://www.twoboobsandababy.com
    All the best. Have fun in Toronto!

  3. Much better? Mitch is blowing his own metaphor. Six Pixels of Separation. Six Points of Separation. Six Pixels of Sound. There is symmetry and the extension of the original creative concept. Whoever came up with Six Pixels of Sound is pure genius and deserves a free book.
    Six Pounds of Sound doesn’t sound like much at all.
    Then again, Six Pixels of Sound is even smaller.
    How about Sixty Decibels of Separation?

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