Six Pixels of Separation - The Podcast
August 19, 2007 6:45 PM

SPOS #65 - BarCamp Nashville And Some Guest Audio Comments

Welcome to episode #65 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. I'm back from BarCamp Nashville and I think that the conversation I had with the two founding organizers of the event might change the way you think about Social Media. I also have two very special audio comments from some Podcasters that you probably should know (if not, do yourself a favor and check out their Podcasts). Enjoy this conversation...

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #65 - Host: Mitch Joel.

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Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #65 - Host: Mitch Joel.

By Mitch Joel

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  • Posted by Dave Delaney
    Mitch Joel

    The pleasure was ours Mitch. Your presentation was amazing. It was incredible having you here. Thanks so much for everything.


  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    I'm still buzzing from BarCamp Nashville. You have one amazing (and lucky) community there!

  • Posted by Paul Chenoweth
    Mitch Joel

    I will echo what Dave said...our pleasure!

    Conversations about what Mitch Joel had to say during the BarCamp Nashville event continue days after the event is over.

    I look forward to seeing you back in Nashville sometime soon,

  • Posted by Michael Allison
    Mitch Joel

    I wholeheartedly agree with David Jones's comments about speeches. He articulated it much better than I could in my audio comment a couple weeks ago.

    When someone smart enough to be a leader is actually reading and saying words written by someone else, they are giving their full assent to the content. They may be a good leader, but they might suck at writing a nice-sounding speech. It's not their fault they're not a master wordsmith.

    Ghost blogging, on the other hand, can have information being posted online that isn't even read by the executive to whom it is being attributed. It's the lazy way out.

    Moreover, blogging is seen as creating a multidirectional, genuine conversation, while speeches are unidirectional, informative events that may or may not have Q&A afterward.


  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    Paul - Thanks for the kind words.

    Michael - Thanks for your insights.

    I'm not one way or another on this whole Ghost Blogging thing, I just want it to be equally "authentic" when it comes to both Blogs and Public Speaking.

    It's probably me just being selfish, because I have such a big passion and regard for both channels of communication.

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