I will be speaking at two different events over the next week here in Charleston. I will be at BarCamp Charleston on Saturday, and the Google Developer’s Group on Wednesday, November 14. The session on Saturday, if voted in that morning, will be an introduction to DotNetNuke. At the meeting Wednesday I will be delivering my presentation on what Google offers for non-profits.
So, if you are interested in DotNetNuke, Google, or would just like to heckle me, please come on down!
Below you will find the presentation of the session on Podcasting that I gave on November 13, 2010 at BarCampCHS. Thanks to all who attended!
This presentations covers what it takes to create a basic podcast, encode it correctly, publish it to the web, and get it listed in the iTunes directory. We talked about recording equipment, editing software for the Mac and Windows, the workflow to produce a podcast, and what you need to make your podcast compatible with the widest variety of playback devices.
The audience for this session is those who don’t have any real recording or broadcasting background but are looking for ways to spread the word about their organization or cause. No special skills are required and I recommend the use of as many free and/or open source tools as possible to keep costs to a minimum.
If you would like to download the full presentation, you can click here for it in PDF format.
And if you are looking for the second presentation i did that day on WordPress Setup and Security, just look here.
Using social media to create better communities. This is good stuff! #ChsConnect
BarCamp is a local, ad-hoc “un-conference” where those attending determine what will be presented. Sessions, discussions, demos and interaction occur from everyone attending, not a select panel of speakers. BarCamp provides an open environment for learning and sharing knowledge.
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