Normally here at BostonTweetUp we tend to primarily focus on Tweetups but there are some events that we feel would be beneficial for our community to be aware of, and PodCamp Boston (PCB) is one of those events. PodCamp was started 5 years about by Christopher Penn and Chris Brogan and it 2009 Michelle Wolverton took over as lead organizer of PCB.
This year it was a great combination of 5 year veterans and newbies from not only down the street but also from out of state. Along with Michelle there was a team of organizers (Whitney Hoffman, Steve Sherlock, Doug Haslam, Ellen Rossano, & Carissa O’Brien) that made sure the event ran smoothly.
The Agenda was packed with great sessions! Below is our attempt to capture it all for not only the people that missed the event but more importantly for people like me that might have been presenting at the same time as say Tamsen was speaking and had to miss the session. ( Please email info [at] bostontweetup DotCom if we missed something )
Videos courtesy of Bruce K Garber
Steve Sherlock – Blogging 100/101/102
John Blue – Agvocacy: How agriculture uses digital tools to share stories
Stever Robbins – From Podcast to Published Author
Kelle Sparta – Is Social Media Right for My Business?
Rodrigo Martucci – Social Media in Latin America
David Wieneke – Toward One Analytic Language – Where Can We Standardize Measurement and Reporting?
Pattie Simone – Flip for Your Organization
James Ringrose – Is video part of your marketing communications strategy…don’t get left behind.
Christopher Penn – Podcasting 101: five years later
Ja-Nae Duane – How to Start Your Business with $100
Paul Lyzun – Screencasting 101
Dave Young – Social@Work: 12 Powerful Reasons To Bring Social Networking *Inside* Your Company
Michael Daniel – Clearing the Hurdles
PCB5 2010 Blog Posts / Resources
PCB5 2010 Photo album
(To be automatically included in this album please tag your pic pcb5 on flickr)