Normally, I would never set-up a teaser for an upcoming episode of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast, but as the content streams in, I can tell it's going to be a doozy and one that will fit perfectly into the holiday spirit. I'm also very excited about it.
This weekend, episode #32 of Six Pixels Of Separation is going to feature audio submissions and comments from some of the best in the social media and Podcasting universe. I had sent a general email to the CAPOW - Communications And Advertising Podcasters Of The World - group asking each person to send in their thoughts on 2006 and their wishes for 2007 in relation to Social Media. I've already had many responses and the content is remarkable. There are even some special surprises that you'll have to listen to the Podcast to hear.
I hope you'll take a listen to this new episode when it gets posted over the Holiday weekend.
We've already got submissions from (in no particular order):
- C.C. Chapman - Managing The Gray.
- Terry Fallis - Inside PR.
- Bryan Person - New Comm Road.
- Donna Papacosta - Trafcom News.
- Julien Smith - In Over Your Head.
- Joseph Jaffe - Across The Sound.
- David Jones - Inside PR.
- John Wall - The M Show.
- Mark Blevis - Podcasters Across Borders and host of many great Podcasts.
There's a lot more coming, and they're all flowing in. So, if you have some time over the weekend (or next week) and want to reflect on the amazing power of Social Media with friends, make sure to grab episode #32 of Six Pixels Of Separation.
Also, why not join the Podcast? If you would like to make your own submission, you can call it in to the audio comment line at: +1 206-666-6056 or email me an audio comment (please try to keep it under two minutes). Make sure you introduce yourself, where you're from, where you Blog/Podcast (if you don't, no worries), what was your key learning about social media in 2006 and what you main hopes are for social media in 2007.
I know I'd love to hear from people like Seth Godin, Tom Peters, Kevin Roberts, Andy Nulman, David Weinberger, Doc Searls, Austin Hill, Tara Hunt, Max Lenderman, Ken Schafer, Robin Sharma, Chris Anderson, Guy Kawasaki, Shel Israel, Robert Scoble, Michael O'Connor Clarke, Jason Calacanis, Mark Evans, Stuart MacDonald, Steve Rubel, Steve Hall... and I'm leaving out a ton of other geniuses who don't Podcast... but should. Who knows, maybe they'll see this post and call in (or email) a segment.
How cool would that be?