I get asked questions all the time about resources for blogging and podcasting. My answer is a simple one. Google for it. You will be amazed at all the information that’s available out there.
With the advent of new media technology there are a lot of legal question marks about content such as patents and trademarks, etc. iPac was created to try to get lawmakers up to date on what’s happening as they consider legislation that will affect anyone using these tools.
How’s this for a great program at the National Corn Growers Association, “STATE AND NATIONAL CORN GROWERS ALL STAFF MEETING?”
In case you didn’t know about it there’s a very interesting first time event going on this weekend called the International Podcasting Expo . It’s only $11 to particpate. I’m currently logged in as of this post. I’ll log in and out as I have time.
The NAMA Conference is underway here in Kansas City.
We’re not the only people who think blogging is a good thing. Try about 35 million others. At least that’s how many blogs David Sifry says there are in his …
Here’s some business communicators who are using the new media tools. They’re the International Association of Business Communicators. Their annual convention is coming up in Vancouver, British Columbia. Can’t make it? Me either.
We’re getting ready for the 2006 NAMA Conference and Trade Show. It gets started next Wednesday in Kansas City, MO. We’ll be exhibiting and doing blogging and podcasting demonstrations. If you’re there please stop by.
While this website continues to develop I’ll be blogging the BIO 2006 convention in Chicago beginning this weekend. Coverage on AgWired is being made possible by Rhea & Kaiser Marketing Communications. This is our first agency advertiser on AgWired and we’re really looking forward to working with them on the project. We believe AgWired offers agencies an excellent venue to promote their services and create new brand awareness in a very media-rich environment. This is going to be fun.