Open Call for Inventors & Scientists
- Hi All:
As I mentioned in the email last night, "The Energetic Garage" has been
launched as a continuing-event every Saturday night, where we interview
inventors, scientists & engineers on breakthrough technology projects. This
Saturday we were joined by Andrew Palfreyman from the MLT Team and Bill Alek
about his energy-research technologies.
While the show is still working towards building a solid audience, it does
draw from both the OSEN & American Antigravity combined web-audiences, and
already has some broadcast interest from local radio-stations. Thus, we're
hoping to use this as yet another channel to help your ideas reach the
public, and in return help the public to understand the value of the work
that you're doing.
This is how we can benefit you with this new forum:
1. Firstly, if you have video that you'd like to put up for the public
online, please email me at tventura6@...
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this for you into a streaming format. I can personally work with VHS & a
variety of digital-media formats, although DVD is sometimes a pain to work
from. This will help to showcase your work to a targeted audience that cares
about your research and wants to learn more about it, as well as provide an
easy reference that you can provide friends, family, and potential funders.
2. Second, we've taken the same channel that we broadcast the weekly show on
and added 24x7 streaming video coverage of all our work. This is a
collection of both OSEN & American Antigravity's interview, research, and
other footage, and we plan to continue adding new material as we create it.
The url for "The OSEN Channel" is: http://stream.osen.org/eg/
3. Third, if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming show, please email me
so that we can discuss scheduling. Being a guest only requires a phone, but
as we demonstrated on Saturday night, if you have a web-cam we can put that
on-screen during the interview as well. Of course, during the show we always
welcome audience call-ins & postings on our live chat-board, so there are a
number of ways to participate!
4. The miscellaneous stuff that you might not have considered: got a product
to plug? Send us a sample or some info about it. Doing a fundraiser for a
project or organization? Let us know and we can mention it on-air. Got a
show topic or guest that you think people should know about? Get the info to
us and we can figure something out.
The point is to engage the community in sharing resources to help us all
solve challenges that might be too great for us individually. As inventors,
engineers, scientists & activists you are the stars -- make the most of it
and let us know how we can provide a great service for you online!
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