PodCamp Toronto 2010

Usually, a “soft launch” of a website involves few people finding out about it, and working out the kinks as awareness ramps up. It seems a social media soft launch is really about waiting three minutes until everyone finds out! The great people behind Podcamp Toronto soft-launched the 2010 website and registration yesterday, and seeing as it targets a group of people who tend to broadcast everything they do, it didn’t stay quiet for long.

It bums me out to no end that conflicting commitments are keeping me away from my podcamp toronto friends this year. Though it’s not my home city, I do consider it a social media home, and will miss seeing good friends this february..

If you have any thoughts of going, go register now (it’s FREE!).. If you are thinking of not going, what the hell is wrong with you? You won’t find more a more open and passionate event. Go if you need to learn about production, social media, or just to feed off the vibe – just go and say hi to my dear friends while you’re there..

Tell ’em Bob sent ya πŸ™‚

Photo credit :
PodCamp Toronto opens, originally uploaded by griffintech.

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  1. Rob says:

    Yeah, that sucks, you not being able to make it to PCTO 2010.

    Your absence will leave a Bob-shaped hole in the Toronto social media space-time continuum that weekend πŸ˜‰

    A la prochaine…

  2. Bob says:

    The phrase “Bob-shaped hole” is kinda disturbing, but thanks for the thought..

    I wish it would have worked out πŸ™

  3. Thanks for the update Bob. I have registered and am looking forward to my first PCTO.

  4. Eden Spodek says:

    I won’t use the same phrase as Rob to describe the gap that will exist in your absence this year. ;D We know you’ll be with us in spirit and you’re thoughts on the importance of offering sessions in podcasting basics has helped shape some of the program for this year.

    Hope to see you back in 2011 and thanks for encouraging people like Natasha to attend.


  5. Hi Bob,

    I agree, you have had a big influence on us and will be here in spirit. I’m hoping that if we get the livestreaming working, you will be able to watch in periodically. πŸ˜‰


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