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).
It's that time of the year again, PodCamp Toronto is once again taking place at Rogers Communications Center in Toronto, Canada. If you're in/around/close to toronto on the weekend of Feb 23-24 make sure you drop by and check it out...It's FREE. The complete video archive of last years podcamp is also online so be sure to check it out. More info here.
This year again -- like the past 19 -- Red Pepper Spectacle Arts put on a great show. I'm talking about the Kensington Market Festival of Lights. If you're ever in Toronto during the holidays you should check this event out (go earlier and check out Kensington Market area on foot as well). This was my second year attending, so I was well prepared to shoot the celebrations (or so I thought). Check out this link for the gallery of this event. I got to Bellevue Square/Park around 16:45 and ended up standing in one place until about 19:00 when the procession reached the park. And let me tell you, it doesn't matter how warm it seems outside (I think it was 2 degrees C that night), if you're standing still…
ROM_Crystal_opening_wide_crowd_02, originally uploaded by wvs. Okay, so I missed this event. This is a shot of festivities at the opening of Royal Ontario Museums new extension, lovingly known as the "Iceberg". Image credit goes to Sam Javanrouh, my new favourite torontonian shutterbug. Check out his main site Daily Dose of Imagery, absolutely fantastic stuff.