June 29, 2009 2 Comments
UPDATE: In the program, Jackie mentions work that she and Tag New Media did for the Trapp Family Lodge. Here is the “Sound of Music”-singing-goat they received:
the (not very hyper) hyperlocal show about what's goin' on Online in burlington and vermont
Weds June 17 was the first live episode of the browser. Unfortunately, I don’t have a recording of it. I want to thank my guests, of course. Shay Totten of 7 Days stopped by to talk about the Iranian elections and the use of social media by the protesters. Joe Mescher stopped by to talk about online video and his project to help out-of-work Vermonters create video resumes.
Thanks Shay and Joe. Next time we do a live show I’ll make sure we get a recording.
June 23, 2009 1 Comment
Listen to the browser Wednesday June 24, at 6pm for my interview Jackie Stukey, Art Director for Tag New Media. We talk about her role as Art Director, a recent Tag project for vontrappfamily.com trappfamily.com, and, of course, her thoughts on social media.
Listen at 6pm on 105.9fm in Burlington, VT or online at TheRadiator.org.
June 17, 2009 Leave a comment
Wednesday June 17 the browser goes LIVE for the first time ever. Shay Totten of 7 Days will join us in the first segment for an update on what’s going on in Iran and how Twitter is fueling the developments. Then we’re joined by Joe Mescher to talk about all things video online.
Listen to the first live browser at 6pm on 105.9fm in Burlington, Vermont or online at theradiator.org.
June 4, 2009 Leave a comment
Couple of plugs for friends and neighbors of the browser:
My guest last night on the browser was Seventh Generation Web Editor Chris Middings. The audio of the interview will be posted soon: check back here. We covered a lot of territory in our conversation, but one thing that didn’t make it into the broadcast is the fact that Chris has published one book and has another due in the coming months. His first book is called The Reincarnation. His upcoming book is called Winter.
What can I say, we can’t cover everything. At least not in the first interview.
While I’m at it, I’ll give a plug to my new time-slot neighbors on the Radiator. There used to be nobody on after me at 7pm, so I could run over at will. That is no longer the case. Wednesdays at 7pm on the Radiator, after the browser, you can hear Surf Ramen with Autumn Furtak-Cole & Isaac Steinzor. In their words “Head-to-head tracks, discussion, live interviews and music performances and local music news.“ I listened to them for a while last night in the studio and I definitely dug the music they played.
June 3, 2009 Leave a comment
My guest on the browser tonight is Chris Middings, web editor for Seventh Generation. Chris and I discuss what he’s working on, how 7th Gen uses social media to engage their ‘nation’, and much more, of course a couple things not worth mentioning*.
That’s tonight at 6pm on 105.9fm in Burlington, Vermont, or online from anywhere at theradiator.org.
*UPDATE: Per @gahlord’s comment on Twitter today, Chris Middings and I will discuss some other stuff not worth mentioning, rather than “much more”. Although, I will note I did used 1 much, not 2. From Gahlord
http://twitter.com/gahlord/status/2018016086, “Best copywriting tip I’ve read today: Nobody with an IQ higher than room temperature believes that there is ‘much, much more.’“