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Podcasting for Social Change – Net Tuesday4 with DaveO and All-Star Panel

What: Net Tuesday4 – Podcasting for Social Change


When: Tuesday, July 8, 2008 5:30 PM!

Where: WorkSpace
400, 21 Water St.
Vancouver BC
V6B 1A1

More: Meetup, Facebook Event

Sponsors: Communicopia, Social Signal, and WorkSpace

Topic: Ways Non-profits/Social Change orgs can use podcasts to spread their message

Three ways:
1) publishing conferences and repurposing stuff you are already making
2) event and campaign crowd coverage (including micro podcasting i.e. utterz)
3) special reports interviews etc.

To make it easy, we’ll cover:
1) planning
2) producing tips (with toys to demo)
3) publishing/promoting

panel:

dave olson – moderator/podcaster
john bollwitt – podcaster and audio engineer
rob cottingham – social change technologist
roland tanglao – mobile pundit and tech-evangelist

Taxi Flashbacks Towards Gatwick – Feasthouse podcast

Ephemeral Feasthouse

Come along for Taxi Flashbacks Towards Gatwick – Feasthouse podcast (.mp3, 58:08, 47MB)

In a collection of transitory reminiscences, Dave O rolls on from rainy North Van by taxi down venerable Granville St. down the spine of to YVR with indigenous dioramas. Then travels by plane to Gatwick Airport, continuing via train to Victoria Station, then by another taxi to Piccadilly Circus passing notable London sites along the way. And recapping visits to New York neighbourhoods, San Jose developments, importance of stimulating road literature, podcast faves, outstanding Vancouver activities, worthy podcasts, street music, thoughts on going with the flow, healthy breakfasts and provocative TV in London.

Topical Recap:

Literature for the road: James Joyce‘s “The Dubliners,” Haruki Murakami, Samurai William

Podcasts with goodness – Dick n’ Jane’s, Radio Zoom, CBC Dispatches, Dopefiend, BBC In our Time

Vancouver Conundrums:

Canada RAV line/ Cambie St.

Civil City ordinances in Vancouver‘Progress’ report about the Civil City

From theTyee.ca

Mayor Sam Sullivan called former provincial attorney general Geoff Plant’s report “very impressive” and his fellow NPA councillors joined in the praise. The minority Vison/COPE faction continued to worry the project could criminalize poverty and called Plant’s work a waste of time and money.

The Civil City project passed last year calls for the elimination of homelessness, the open drug market and aggressive panhandling, starting with 50 per cent reductions in all three by 2010.

BC Province buys Vancouver SRO hotels

Vancouver Activities:

dave-trev-london
The only evidence of Dave and Trauben as youthful lads in London, circa 1992

Music:

  • Clayton the Seabus Busker
  • + other unidentified buskers
  • and Larry Harper