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Interview-with-Clayton-Lambert

During the recording of this show, I had several pc issues plus the quality of the phone service of the interviewee, who was in Atlanta, was at times not the greatest.   Despite these issues we managed to get the show on the road.  Overall, it proved to be very interesting indeed.

Cricket, lovely cricket!!!!!!

Same Antarctica; Different Robin

Well, on short notice, I was able to pull off another webcast on Ustream. I wanted to interview Dr. Robin Bell, a scientist about to head off to the interior of Antarctica. We weren't sure if we could connect, but confirmed everything at noon and had the webcast at 3 pm.

Antarctica Planning - Sept. 22, 2008

This was my first attempt at streaming video. I followed the advice from Alec Couros and had no problems. I experimented off of my ustream account with success. When I switched over to the webcastacademy ustream, I realized I couldn't log in. After a bit of panic and a rescue from JL, I found I had the wrong username. Simple to fix, but it got my adrenaline running!

Interncast #3 - Matt Montagne

This is a conversation with three of my students about technology, society and culture.  My goal with these student webcasts is to kind of sit back and let the students take over.  So they do the intro, the outro, and hopefully moderate the flow of the conversation. 

Interncast_3_Karen_Dennis_2008-4-30

Here it is!  My third interncast!  This file is a recording of a final review session I held for students in my KNR 113 Personal Fitness class at Illinois State University.  I did have a couple of students Skype in with their questions, however, the majority of students asked their questions through the chat room.  Laura Vedeen, my graduate assistant, assisted as my "co-host."

Another Interncast...that wasn't

We had another "Tech Talk" with a small little student webcasting team that I'm trying to develop.  A special shout out to Durff, Scott Meech, JRod (Jose), hfeldman, and James Sigler for listening in and participating in the chat.  The student team did a wonderful job, taking both the intro and outro for the show.  I was simply there to scaffold the conversation and be the streaming robot.  Unfortunately, I didn't archive the conversation!  It is too bad, because we really had a nice conversation about jailbreaking the iPhone, portable/cheap computers, and

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First interncast on Antarctica

Just posted my first interncast. I had recorded it before our Feb. vacation. I had trouble getting into Sandbox A beforehand and wondered what I was doing wrong. Lee came to the rescue. Figured I was doing everything right, so switched to B and it worked fine. Thanks for the support Lee!

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