posts tagged with the keyword ‘barcampmad3’

2010.09.03

BarCampMadison The idea of KidsCamp is to have kid-friendly activities within a BarCamp event. Since BarCamps are often on the weekend, some of the people who attend have children, and may prefer not to abandon them in favor of BarCamp, so are seeking ways to get them involved. There’s also the idea of getting kids interested in technology, and how we could foster such a thing.

At BarCampMadison3, Scott Fradkin led a discussion about this topic. I sat in on it, as did Bob Waldron (and at least one other person, though I didn’t get his name.) We talked over the idea, and Scott got “elected” to explore it more and try to do something for the upcoming BarCampMilwaukee5.

Here is the audio from the session. (There’s a part in the middle of this audio file where the fire alarm went off. We had to leave the building for 10 minutes during that time. I cut that out because it was most unpleasant. If the topic seems to veer in one direction quickly, that is probably why.)

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

(Related: See the mention of BarCampMilwaukee2 and “Popsicle Sticks 2.0″ in this post.)

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.

2010.09.01

Here’s a video from BarCampMadison, which took place August 28, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin. The session was titled “Intellectual Property” and was presented by Robyn Perrin.

Just a note on this video, the production is a bit poor, but I felt it was still worth sharing. I basically set up the camera, hit record, and ran off to another session. 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.

2010.08.31

Here’s a video from BarCampMadison, which took place August 28, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin. The session was titled “My Resume Sucks: Do I still need a paper one?” and was presented by Luci Klebar of C2 Graphics Productivity Solutions.

Just a note on this video, the production is a bit poor, but I felt it was still worth sharing. I basically set up the camera, hit record, and ran off to another session. 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.

2010.08.31

The BarCampMadison3 Lightning Talks were awesome! Listen up, and you’ll get to hear “Professor” Matt Gauger discuss a SCIgen paper he created.

You’ll probably love this so much you’ll want to download an MP3. (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.

2010.08.30

This is/was the session schedule for BarCampMadison3, which took place on August 28, 2010. Feel free to ignore it. I’ve put it here for my own reference, as this is information I will need…

Start End Session Title Room
10:30am 11:30am Teaching Machines to Learn by Studying Nature 9-4
10:30am 11:30am LinkedIn Basics 9-5
10:30am 11:30am Empty Houses & Homeless People 9-2
10:30am 11:30am Ruby on Rails Build and Deploy a BarCampMadison App to Production 9-1
10:30am 11:30am Mathematica Training 9-3
10:30am 11:30am Drupal Theming 101 3-1
10:30am 11:30am Virtual Goods & Currencies 3-2
11:30am 12:15pm Git & Git Hub change open source 9-2
11:30am 12:15pm Linked In: Integrate with Multimedia 9-5
11:30am 12:15pm Bootstrap Your Company 3-2
11:30am 12:15pm Kids Camp Discussion [audio] 3-1
1:30pm 2:15pm The HackerSpace Movement [audio] 9-4
1:30pm 2:15pm Photoshop Touchups 101 3-1
1:30pm 2:15pm Build a Search Engine with Apache Solr & Lucene 9-5
1:30pm 2:15pm Freecycle 9-2
1:30pm 2:15pm Free Mathematical and Statistic Resources on the Web 9-1
1:30pm 2:15pm Personal Branding 9-3
1:30pm 2:15pm Linux on Low Powered Computers 3-2
2:30pm 3:15pm RFID Green Shed 3-2
2:30pm 3:15pm Intro to Hardware Hacking and Arduino 9-4
2:30pm 3:15pm SAAS Web app: Interface/signup/conversion discussion 9-5
2:30pm 3:15pm Mining on the Moon 3-1
2:30pm 3:15pm My Resume Sucks: Do I still need a paper one? [video] 9-3
3:30pm 4:15pm Net Neutrality 9-3
3:30pm 4:30pm Intro to Expression Engine 9-5
3:30pm 4:30pm Geeks & Sex 3-2
3:30pm 4:30pm How I learned to stop worrying and love the process 9-2
3:30pm 4:30pm Intro to Hardware Hacking and Arduino 9-4
3:30pm 4:30pm Our Ballot Box Startup Demo 3-1
3:30pm 4:30pm 5 ways to blog w/ Posterous 9-1
4:30pm 5:15pm Future of Web608 [audio] 9-1
4:30pm 5:30pm Open Share Tools and Techniques to Manage Web Devs 3-1
4:30pm 5:30pm Building Strong Communities for Hacker/Maker Spaces [video] 9-4
4:30pm 5:30pm Death of ads 3-2
4:30pm 5:30pm DIY Liqueurs 9-5
5:30pm 6:15pm Drupal Q&A / Drupal Toolshare 9-3
5:30pm 6:15pm How To: Make Dinner for your date 9-4
5:30pm 6:15pm Crowdsource Local Tech News – Tech in Madison 9-5
5:30pm 6:15pm Intro to Inkscape 3-1
5:30pm 6:30pm Accessibility for the Web 3-2
5:30pm 6:30pm This App can Text – Building a Twilio app in half an hour 9-2

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