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Filed Under (blog, general, podcamp, podcamptoronto, podcamptoronto2007, podcast) by Sean on October-27-2007

I can’t be at PodCamp Boston 2 this weekend.  Woe is me.  But I can participate through the magic of the Internets.  I’ve been watching some of the sessions on blogTV.com and participating in the conversation on twitter and on Bill Dey’s chatroom.  I’m also preparing periodic special reports live from Podcamp Boston.  If you are at podcamp and you’d like to give me a brief update, skype ductapeguy.

Here is my first special report from Bob Goyetche of the Bob and AJ Show, Podcasters Across Borders, and the Canadian Podcast Buffet.

Breaking News:  Podcamp Toronto 2008 has been just announced for February 23-24, 2008



Filed Under (for the sake of the song, podcamptoronto, podcamptoronto2007, podcast) by Sean on March-21-2007

I recorded a 1min 50s promo for For the Sake of the Song suitable for use on other podcasts. Please feel free to use it on your podcast.

–Sean.



Filed Under (blog, for the sake of the song, music, podcamp, podcamptoronto, podcamptoronto2007, podcast) by Sean on March-21-2007

Episode 2 of for the Sake of the Song features Jay Moonah from Uncle Seth and the Online Music Marketing Podcast.

Songs:

Theme Music: For the Sake of the Song (©2003 S. McGaughey)
Borrowed Land (© 2003, S. McGaughey)
Get Outta My Face (© Jay Moonah)
Little Pieces (© Jay Moonah)
A Little Bit More ( © Jay Moonah)

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

As always, this episode released under a Creative Commons License so if you like what you hear, share it with your friends, just don’t sell it.

Add this podcast to your favorite podcatcher at http://feeds.feedburner.com/For_The_Sake_Of_The_Song



Filed Under (blog, general, music, news, podcamp, podcamptoronto, podcamptoronto2007) by Sean on March-16-2007

At Podcamp Toronto, I hung out a bit with Doc Wu. He had a wealth of knowledge about podcasting, a great sense of humour, and a never ending bag of the neatest recording gear. This week, I am the featured artist on the Buffalo Live! Music Podcast with Doc Wu. He interviewed me about my performance and my music. A good portion of our discussion concerned Librivox. He certainly puts in a good word for me and Librivox on the podcast (not to mention playing a whole whack of my music Smile ) .

Listen

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Librivox Community Podcast 26 March 8, 2007

      librivox_community_podcast_26.mp3
43:30

Hosts: Sean McGaughey (ductapeguy) and Jim Mowatt with special guest, Hugh McGuire

  1. LV Theme

  2. Librivox Hellos to Podcamp Toronto

  3. Introduction and how Jim was able to “attend podcamp”

  4. Sean McGaughey

          For the Sake of the Song
    , live from Podcamp Toronto 2007

  5. Interview with Steve “Snowball” Saylor from This Week in Geek

  6. Discussion with Jim Regarding the VoxForge Speech Recognition thread Help Improve Open Source Speech Recognition, on the forum

  7. Stats by Hugh

  8. Other Libri Projects

  9. Interview with Connie Crosby

  10. Promo Time:

    1. Help us to complete as many books as possible during MARCH MADNESS!

    2. Sean (ductapeguy) recorded a book written by his brother-in Law Andrew Beatty, White Trash Land and it is just about to be released on Podiobooks.com.

  11. Jim gives an overview of Newly Started Projects.

  12. darwin & boing boing Discussion on the completion of Darwin’s Origin of the Species and BoingBoing.

  13. Uncle Seth at Podcamp,

  14. Blooper by ductapeguy.



The last two days were very busy internet days.

  1. I set up this blog and domain https://ductapeguy.net.
  2. I was featured on
          Episode 37
    of Bill Dey’s Country Music Podcast.
  3. My audio recording of my brother-in-law Andrew Beatty’s novel, White Trash Land has been accepted for distribution on podiobooks.com. It should be available for download in the coming weeks.

All in all, an insanely busy week, but it’s all good.

I was at Podcamp Toronto
Podcamp Toronto



Filed Under (music, news, podcamp, podcamptoronto, podcamptoronto2007) by admin on February-16-2007

Brent Morris of the Closet Geek Show played, The Future Aint What it Used to Be, on his
podcast. In it he talked about podcamp and played music from each of the artists that will be playing at the Saturday Night Music and Schmooze event. Check out the show:  http://www.closetgeekshow.com/2007/02/15/episode-54-podcamps-a-comin/

More details about the Saturday Night Music and Schmooze: http://podcamptoronto.pbwiki.com/SaturdayNightEvent.



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