Mile High Segway
This is slightly out of sequence, Day 5's episode for Videoblogging Week, a ride on my Segway on the sidewalks of downtown Denver.
Friday, April 06, 2007
Web 2.0 and the Arts
Anthony Radich, executive director of the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), made some insightful comments on Web 2.0 and the arts at lunch today, and he was kind enough to let me film him for Day 6 of Videoblogging Week 2007. Click here or on the photo to watch.
My Daily Show
I'm participating in Video Blogging Week 2007, posting a video each day for seven days. It's a terrific discipline to take on in addition to my usual weekly video feed for the Video Pod Chronicles. Here are links to what I've posted so far:
Day 1: Comments made in my studio in Cambridge after my first meeting of Boston Media Makers.
Day 2: A collage of scenes taken on the trip from Boston to Denver.
Day 3: An aerobic workout here in Denver, upstairs with a fine view of the Rockies. Includes an excerpt from Adam Weiss's excellent Boston Behind the Scenes podcast.
Day 4: "Claire Can See Clearly Now": Our Yorkie went nuts yesterday when she saw mysterious ropes dangling in front of our living room on the 11th floor of the high rise. Soon afterward a window washer descended and put on a brief, lovely show of his vertiginous and cleansing artistry.
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
15 Peer Renew: Boston Media Makers
Scenes from my first monthly meeting of the Boston Media Makers, hosted by Steve Garfield of SteveGarfield.com . I've been looking forward to attending a session for a long time, and yesterday I had the chance while on a brief visit to Cambridge from Denver. I met terrific new people doing fascinating work in media, and I heard a recommendation from David Tares for an old-media item I'm going to buy ASAP, a book by MIT's John Maeda titled The Laws of Simplicity. This regular episode of my Video Pod Chronicles will probably have to count as my Day 2 observance of Videoblogging Week 2007, unless I can't help putting up TWO vlogs today as part of the fun.