Archive for March, 2008

Podcast Appearances

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Last night I had the pleasure of joining Tim Robertson, Guy Serle, and David Cohen for a segment on MyMac Podcast #177. Truly was a blast. I also neglected to mention that I did the Mac OS Ken Day 6 podcast with Ken Ray a few weeks back, and it, too, was an enjoyable experience. […]

Calling For Responsible Trade Show Twittering

Monday, March 17th, 2008

Last week at South by Southwest, we saw Twitter and Meebo used to really shape the show in real-time. As I wrote, I think this is a good thing, since it combines the elements of the “unconference” (which I find too disorganized) with a traditional trade conference months in the making. Last week at SXSW […]

SXSW Debrief

Monday, March 17th, 2008

As most readers know, last week I attended the South by Southwest conference for the first time. I caught the last bits of the film festival, and then was there for both Interactive and Music. I reported on this over at The Mac Observer and throughout the week, as follows: Twitterized Attendees Shape The […]

Austin Next Week

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

As I’ve mentioned recently, I’m heading to Austin, Texas again next week. I’ll be there Sunday through Sunday, and my trip is double or maybe even triple duty. I’ll of course be visiting our BackBeat Media Austin offices, meeting with Jeff Questad and Toni Nelson Herrera, and Greg Snyder is coming down from our New […]

Winter Migration (of the Computing kind)

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

As many listeners of our Mac Geek Gab podcast know, I recently purchased a new 2.6GHz 15″ MacBook Pro from Apple. It arrived yesterday, but I really didn’t get a chance to even begin setting it up until today. Honestly, if I wasn’t traveling to Austin, Texas next week, I probably would have waited longer […]