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More memories from PodCamp Boston 2006

October 5, 2006

More memories from PodCamp Boston 2006 – interviews on Sunday afternoon.

 

Youtube version here. 

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Memories of PodCamp, Part 1

October 4, 2006

A sample of video clips shot at the last session on Sunday.

 

YouTube Version here. 

This video was originally shared on blip.tv by Financial Aid Podcas with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license.

 

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Hipcast Wokbench 3

October 2, 2006

Recording Video

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Hipcast Workbench 3 – Recorded Video

October 2, 2006

I recorded this video directly to Hipcast. No saving to disk or editing requred! Easy!

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A little “Un” in the Air…

September 27, 2006

I’m going to LA tomorrow to attend the Podcast and Portable Media Expo. (portablemediaexpo.com). I just received an interesting email from Podango. Hmmm. Here’s part:

About the Podcasting Unconference 2006
The Exhibit Hall at this year’s Podcast and Portable Media Expo, promises to be a bit “Un-conventional and Un-usual” as Podango, in celebration of the launch of Podango.com, turns their 20×20 island booth into The Podcasting Unconference 2006. Podango has lined up top name podcasters and biz 2.0 thought leaders who will lead discussions on hot topics for podcasters.

Interesting, eh? Maybe they heard about our little ditty in Boston? Good luck with that, Podango. Sure, we didn’t INVENT unconferences here at PodCamp, but I think this is fun. : )

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Voting now

September 25, 2006

We have 63 essays to read about PodCamp Boston to vote on the video iPod giveaway. Here’s how it is working. I’ve stripped all identifying data from the entries and numbered them randomly, 1-63. Each of the other organizers excluding me will return their vote for the best essay (best == essay most helpful to us for improving the next PodCamp Boston) and a runner up. 2 points for their first choice. 1 point for their second choice. All entries will be ranked and scored, and the absolute point winner gets the iPod video. If there’s a tie, we flip a coin. Judges will have their results in Wednesday.

iPod nano will be drawn randomly.

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PodCamp Legal Stuff

September 24, 2006

Mark Blevis pointed out in the Podcasting User Magazine article that PodCamp does need to make explicit its legal status. It’s a very good and important point, so here’s the legal announcement.

Brand, Name, and Marks

The PodCamp name and all associated marks are protected by US and International Copyright under the Berne Convention. The PodCamp name and all associated marks are owned by Chris Brogan and Christopher S. Penn as founders of PodCamp.

Licensing and Liability

Individual PodCamps may license the PodCamp name free of charge under the following conditions:

  • PodCamps may not charge admission to individual attendees except to defer cost of venue rental.
  • PodCamps must disclose their ledgers and financial statements in full, with the exception of donors and sponsors who request anonymity.
  • PodCamps may not sublicense the brand for commercial purposes except with prior written permission.
  • PodCamps must release content generated at PodCamps under a Creative Commons license.
  • Even though an event may use the PodCamp name and brand, event organizers are liable for any legal repercussions of their events. By licensing the PodCamp name, event organizers indemnify and hold harmless the PodCamp copyright holders of all liability.

For all other uses of the PodCamp name and brand, the copyright holders grant usage rights under the Creative Commons By Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike license.

CC License

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PodCamp
2006
The PodCamp name, brand, and all associated marks.
Christopher S. Penn
Chris Brogan and Christopher S. Penn

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