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Thu, 12 Jul 2007 00:22:08 +0000

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Sat, 05 May 2007 03:37:51 +0000

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Comment on An Unexpected Source for an Ingenious Viral Video—will YOURS be Next? by Shelly

Wed, 25 Apr 2007 15:07:05 +0000

I'll post on the Podcasting Expo. I was a speaker at the expo - this was actually my third time speaking at the event (this was my 2nd "International" - another Expo was domestic, and for Businesses). My presentations (I had *two* this last time) have been on WordPress. From a speaker's point of view, I have found these "Expos" to be terrific. Penny and Rob (the two who handle them) are great people to work with. The people that attend are varied in the reasons why they podcast (I don't podcast myself, but because of this last one, I may change my mind.) These Expos have been excellent for networking, and I've gained a TON of information on a subject that I knew very little about. Not to mention the other information I have gained - they speak on everything, from taking your health into consideration to organization - the technical aspect is not the only thing that's covered. Every Expo I have attended, I've brought some people along with me. No one has ever expressed regret in going - in fact, everyone who has attended always thanks me for the information and the experience. They also love the fact that you don't miss *anything*. If you go to one session, and another one is going on at the same time that you'd like to attend, you don't have to worry about it. After the Expo is over, they send you a CD of *all* presentations - so you miss absolutely nothing. I personally believe that the podcasting Expos really need more marketing. So few people attend, but there's so much information that it's really sad people miss out on it. More people need to go. Even if I never get asked to speak again (and, judging from my last presentation, I wouldn't be surprised! LOL), I still plan to attend every chance I can get. There's just too much stuff going on there to miss it. They are truly excellent events to go to. And how often can you go to an event like this in your underwear? I mean, really. ;)