The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #336: April 14, 2008

Content summary: FIR Live on BlogTalk Radio this Saturday April 19; Richard Gatarski’s FIR recording experience; FIR Book Review podcast on Katie Paine’s book coming; Robert French launches PROpenMic; Jay Berkowitz reports on the podcasting book; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; discussion: new ideas and new uses for tools like Twitter and FriendFeed; Lee Hopkins reports on Second Life and other 3D collaborative virtual worlds, and more; news about Thursday’s show; Neville speaking at Disruptive Media conference in Stockholm; music from Arms Up; and more.

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Show notes for April 14, 2008

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So, until Thursday April 17…

Posted by neville on 04/14 at 10:58 AM
  1. Thank you, Gentlemen! Grateful for the mention of PROpenMic.  Thanks for signing up, too.  Here’s hoping the network will prove valuable for academics, students and practitioners, alike.

    Posted by Robert French  on  04/14  at  06:26 PM

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