posts tagged with the keyword ‘barcampmad3’

2010.12.14

BarCampMadison While waiting around for BarCampMadison3 to start, Matt Gauger and I started talking about how to plan a BarCamp. Luckily, the recorder was rolling to capture this incredibly insightful conversation.

And when I say “incredibly insightful conversation” what I really mean is File Under: Silly.

Also, listen carefully for a guest appearance by Ashe Dryden.

You can also download an MP3 file if you’d like. (And for our freedom loving friends, enjoy an Ogg file.)

Also, if you want to get all of the audio automagically downloaded podcasting style, subscribe to the feed. Why you would want to do this, I’m not really sure.

2010.10.24

BarCampMadison This is the “Net Neutrality” session from BarCampMadison3 which took place on August 28, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin.

Aaron Couch led this session, and there’s some good follow-up to it on his blog and info on the new organization that grew out of this session, Net Neutral Wisconsin.

You can also download an MP3 file if you’d like. (And for our freedom loving friends, enjoy an Ogg file.)

Also, if you want to get all of the audio automagically downloaded podcasting style, subscribe to the feed. I’ll add in more BarCamp stuff as I get it all edited and published.

2010.09.15

BarCampMadison This is the “HackerSpace Movement” session from BarCampMadison3 which took place on August 28, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin.

It’s a long one at about 58 minutes, and I did some noise reduction, which sometimes makes it sound funky. Hey it’s OK, we’re on a budget! It should be listenable, and if you missed the session, this is probably the next best thing.

You can also download an MP3 file if you’d like. (And for our freedom loving friends, enjoy an Ogg file.)

Also, if you want to get all of the audio automagically downloaded podcasting style, subscribe to the feed. I’ll add in more BarCamp stuff as I get it all edited and published.

2010.09.08

BarCampMadison Web608 is Madison’s Web Community, and was inspired by Web414, which is Milwaukee’s Web Community. Abraham Williams was one of the founders of Web608, but moved away from Madison, so Andrew Shell led this session on rebooting the group and deciding how to run things in the future.

Here is the audio from the session. It took place in the big room at BarCampMadison, where it was very echoey and the AC noise was loud. Still, I cleaned it up a bit and it should be listenable.

You can also download an MP3 file if you’d like. (And for our freedom loving friends, enjoy an Ogg file.)

Also, if you want to get all of the audio automagically downloaded podcasting style, subscribe to the feed. I’ll add in more BarCamp stuff as I get it all edited and published.

2010.09.06

Here’s a video from BarCampMadison, which took place August 28, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin. The session was titled “Building Strong Communities for Hacker/Maker Spaces” and was presented by Bob Waldron.

Just a note on this video, the production is a bit poor, but I felt it was still worth sharing. I set up the camera, hit record, and ran in and out between sessions. I did the best I could to clean up the audio, but didn’t really edit the image quality at all.

This video is also available at blip.tv and Archive.org and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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