As I've mentioned elsewhere, the universe has been against me recently. I've spent more time in Vet hospitals, graduation ceremonies, and funeral homes than is good for any one person in the past two weeks. The next review (Sandra Worth's The Rose of York: Fall from Grace) will be posted by the end of the week, and as long as things continue to improve and move smoothly, so will the review of R.M. Hamilton's Unscarred. I apologize for the delay, but illness and death waits for no one, though most often we wish it would.
There are two updates in addition to the above:
The final edit of Minute Lit, episode 2 is posted and has been finalized with the appropriate images and fine tuning (Thank you Alex!). And the second installment of Minute Lit-Tech has been posted there as well. We enjoy bouncing between the worlds of media, literature, technology, and creativity so give it a look and listen!
And second, BootCamp PGH is fast approaching! If you're in the area, and want to attend please see the information below to register! There promise to be some interesting workshops and sessions. Fear not, you needn't know much (or anything at all) about the topic of blogging, podcasting, vlogging, or viral marketing to attend. That's what the bootcamp is for! So check out the line up and the schedule, and plan accordingly. I won't be presenting (at least I don't believe so!) this round, but I'll certainly be there and bouncing between sessions. Hope to see you there!
BootCamp PGH is a free one-day, immersive "entry level" version of PodCamp. It is designed to educate students, small businesses and corporate communications professionals on the power and possibilities of new media.
WHAT: BootCamp Pittsburgh
WHEN: Saturday, April 21, 2007, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
WHERE: The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, 420 Boulevard of the Allies, 15219
WHO: New media experts, aspiring new media creators, communications and PR personnel, and you!
HOW MUCH: Free!
Register or get more information at http://www.bootcamppgh.com/