Jay Moonah did the OoVoO thing with Andrea Vascellari, Pistachio and Mitch Canter during the last session. Podcamp Toronto 2008 is now officially over.....see you all back here in 2009. For full video coverage visit the Podcamp Toronto 2008 website/wiki and check out the rest of the pics here.
If you're a twitter nut -- not that there is anything wrong with that -- or are just plain bored, head over to Twittervision, a real-time geographic visualization of posts to Twitter. It's all thanks to google's open API (thanks guys/gals......you ROCK!!!). It's kinda cool to have it opened -- specially in 3D mode -- on a large panel. Kinda makes you feel like the "Big Guy Upstairs", listening to peoples "prayers". Also check out flickrvision, which does for flickr what twittervision does for twitter.....I like it better.
Day two is a little slower, I'm not sure if it's because of subway operation not kicking in until 9:00 am (sunday service) or if it's the drink fest at the Library Pub last night.....maybe a bit of both. It's getting busier and hopefully by noon we'll be at full capacity. In the meantime here are some pics. Tune into the our live video streams via PodCamp Toronto's website or better yet come on down to Church and Gould and say Hi in person.
Well, the afternoon is shaping up pretty nicely. And just to prove that Podcamp is more about "social" than about "pod", Jenny Bullough and Chloe Barbosa presented an awesome session on "Everything You Need to Know About Second Life".....and more. Picture gallery is located here.
So we're heading into the homestretch, atleast for today. The "Zero to Podcasting" sessions in Studio A are fantastic (and fun to boot). Lots of hands-on stuff, tons of help/suggestions to go around.....Check out the rest of the pictures here.
Well, We kicked off Podcamp Toronto 2008 this morning at 10:00 am. We are expecting 350-400 participants to walk through the Rogers Communications Centre during the two days. Here is a taste of what you're missing if you're sitting on your behind at home reading this blog :-) For more info and live streams go to the wiki and click on schedule..... (more pics here).Note: If you get a RTSP error, right click on the stream link in your browser, copy the link and manually paste it in Quicktime (File/Open URL).