Content summary: Introductions from the guests* (pictured below) at the Atlanta geek dinner; an FIR listener experiences GoToMeeting; John Cass invites you to the New Communications Forum in March; Wikileaks: anonymous wiki for government and corporate whistleblowers; flogs will soon be illegal in the UK; the Olympics and athlete blogging; Google opens up Gmail to all; Dan York reports on FeedShake, Lee Hopkins’ Second Life blog, Podcamp Toronto; listeners’ comments discussion; more from the Atlanta geek dinner; next Monday’s show coming live from New York City; the music; and more.
(*L-R: Jacqui Chew, Neville Hobson, Ashley Imsand, Wes Gossett, John Patton, Gavin Baker, Hicham Bouani, Shel Holtz, Robert French.)
Show notes for February 8, 2007
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 59:52-minute podcast recorded live from Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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So, until Monday February 12…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)
Great show again, guys– damn, the Amphibians sound a lot like Arthur Lee’s old band, Love— agree?
[…] I’ve met so many tremendous people on this trip. I wish I could talk about who I’ve met and what I’ve been up to, but I can’t. Except things like the Atlanta geek dinner and the New York City lunch. Already blogged about those […]
Ahh Atlanta! My home town where I be born. :-)