Enter your email address to subscribe to Irregular Times and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 733 other subscribers

Irregular Times Newsletters

Click here to subscribe to any or all of our six topical e-mail newsletters:
  1. Social Movement Actions,
  2. Credulity and Faith,
  3. Election News,
  4. This Week in Congress,
  5. Tech Dispatch and
  6. our latest Political Stickers and Such

Contact Us

We can be contacted via retorts@irregulartimes.com

Blogging and Podcasting Workshops coming to Columbus, Ohio

Two of the activities that currently drive Irregular Times online are podcasting (the creation and syndication of audio and video) and blogging (the creation and distribution of serial, time-stamped writing). My skills in writing, audio recording and especially videomaking could use some improvement, so it is with great interest and expectation that I see the interactive, workshop- and skills-focused PodCamp Ohio and WordCamp Columbus conferences will be held this year in the city where I work and live: Columbus, Ohio.

WordCamp Columbus, which focuses on the development of programming and writing skills for blogs, will be held at Columbus State Community College on May 16, 2009. PodCamp Ohio, which focuses on the same skills for use in audio and video casting over the Internet, will happen in the Mendenhall Lab on June 20, 2009.

Both are open to the public… and both are free. Look ahead… registration for the conferences should be opening soon.

1 comment to Blogging and Podcasting Workshops coming to Columbus, Ohio

  • Jim

    Update: Now WordCamp Columbus is NOT free. They’re charging $25.99 for the one-day set of seminars.

    I understand they have expenses, but they should also understand that I can spend $25.99 worth of my time more efficiently developing my understanding of WordPress than attending their seminars. Sorry, WordCampers, but I’m outta there.

Leave a Reply




You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>