Re: [podcasters] Re: Los Angeles Podcasters meetup
- OK, can I join the NYC Podcasting Association even though I am not in NYC?
On 6/2/05, djkj2005 <sbblog@...> wrote:
> I agree with Matthew. This is why the NYC Podcasting Association was
> started. If it grows to be even more then this and helps podcasting
> folks accomplish things that they could not accomplish alone how does
> that harm podcasters?
> It doesn't.
> Doug Kersten
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Matthew Wayne Selznick <mws@m...>
> > Gareth Trent wrote:
> > > Everyone is in such a hurry to join their own little clique.
> > Wow, is that off base.
> > The whole point of regional podcast groups, as I see it, is to find
> > support, network, perhaps even collaborate or, perish the thought, find
> > friends among podcasters.
> > If I sit down for some coffee with LA podcasters, do you think we're
> > going to spend all our time talking about how the podcasters who aren't
> > in LA are lame and uncool? Or how we can exclude non-LA podcasters
> > our reindeer games?
> > Meet-ups are about community building.
> > --
> > Matthew Wayne Selznick
> > MWS Media
> > http://www.mwsmedia.com
> > "Where doing it yourself
> > never means going it alone."
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Hey now, Uncle Freddie's bowels have nothing to do with Uncle Dave's
lower extremities, unless your Freddie tends to hold it in a bit too
long once awhile...too long for his own good, as it's gotta come out
sooner or later...
On 6/2/05, Gareth Trent <ceramicvulture@...> wrote:
> I mean try defining Dave Winer by geography, he moves more often than
> uncle Freddie's bowels.