If there is anyone that has felt the success of YouTube, it’s Keenan Cahill. This 17 year old has been lip-syncing songs for 4 years. His videos are seen by millions ever since he covered Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream”. Of course, growing up as Keenan hasn’t been the best. Suffering from a genetic disorder called […]
BlogWorld & New Media Expo is an event to help Bloggers, marketeers, podcasters and other digital media professionals the information and tools they need to build better websites, use social media like Google+, Facebook and Twitter correct and improve their audio and video recordings.
BlogWorld bought the New Media Expo in 2008, where it all came together as one big show. BlogWorld & New Media Expo was moved to Las Vegas Convention Center, then to Mandalay Bay in 2010. In 2011, it was announced the event would be split up into 2 dates a year – BlogWorld & New Media Expo East – in New York City and BlogWorld & New Media Expo West – in Los Angeles, CA.
The event is over. I am sitting in the Yotel, a very interesting hotel on the corner of 10th and 42nd street in Hell’s Kitchen part of Manhattan, New York. After 3 days of solid work, a ton of video taken, and a lot of new people I met, I have a few minutes to sit […]
On Thursday, I tweeked my back. Ever since, I have been recouping from the event. While my back is still not 100%, it is a lot better than yesterday. Of course, it needs to be – as the band starts their summer tour this Saturday. I also talk about my official role at BlogWorld & […]
I took a week off because of health issues and also needed to get the CES videos out. The last 48 hours I unplugged myself as best I could just to try and get assemblence. Lots of things are bleak right now as I am waiting for contracts to pay me. Did go to the […]
A look at 2011 – 10 videos I created at Geekazine you might have missed out on.
Jeffrey Powers will be going to BlogWorld & New Media Expo with Stitcher to collect interviews.
When I started going to conventions and other live events 4 years ago, I never expected having so much fun. Packing the bags with heavy equipment, hoping TSA won’t confiscate my luggage, waking up at 7 am and going to bed at 4 am does not sound like a fun job. Spending hours of time […]
Posterous is a great online sharing blogging program. Email in your post and it shows up on the site. Pictures, audio and more. If you want to just blog, you can do that too. Jeffrey Powers talks to Caroline about Posterous. We talk about what’s happening at Posterous and coming up in the future. We […]
Audible is a great way for people to get through books – Fiction or non. The audible version of the book will read it to you. You can relax, work out or just be doing something else. Audible came to BlogWorld & New Media Expo to talk about their affiliate program. More to the point […]
Jeffrey Powers talks with Sandy Ordonez from Girls in Tech. They are a community of people that focus on… well, girls in tech. The club is not discriminatory – guys can join. But it is a great resource for all women that are part of technology. They reach out to women and give them resources […]
Earlier in February, the folks over at BlogWorld & New Media Expo announced they have turned one event into two. One on the West Coast and one on the East. BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2011 New York is happening on May 24-26 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. You can register to attend using […]
Once known at TweetPhoto, the newly branded Plixi is a site that lets you share photos around the web. Plixi will share photos with social networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Foursquare and many more. While at BlogWorld & New Media Expo, I talk with Rodney about the new design and what Plixi can do. […]
During BlogWorld & New Media Expo, the Social Media Club hosted another Clubhouse. Just like SXSW, the club had guest VJ’s and hosted events during the weekend. I arrived on Friday to the house with Mike Cioffi and Marc Chambers of the Low Budget FM show. The house was closed up and the cab just […]
The first day of BlogWorld & New Media Expo was powerful. This is the day to learn as companies like ProBlogger and ReBlogWorld, as well as the medical and military tracks bring out content and learning to all members. The Keynote sessions by people like Scott Stratten, then a mid-day keynote with Brian Solis and […]
Less than 12 hours away from heading to BlogWorld & New Media Expo. Been working all day, so my verbal dyslexia is really showing. I get a little candid about my GoDaddy account. But I have a cool special announcement about what I will be doing at BlogWorld for charity. I talk about it more […]
Well, BlogWorld is only a couple days away and it is poised to be one of the most informative shows for any blogger, podcaster or videopodcaster out there. The list of names reads like a United Nations summit of people in Social Media. The most interesting part of BlogWorld & New Media Expo is that […]
This week has been a productive one! I just got word this morning that the 5 Tech Things Boxee Application was accepted. I put down the video for the Day in Tech History. Helped finalize the BlogWorld & New Media Expo schedule. Stick around, because after the podcast, I have to record a TPN Weekly. […]
Don’t you love Thunderstorms? We just had one that knocked out the power and internet for about 30 minutes. The smell in the house is superb! I did not go to San Francisco – I’ll explain about it on the show. It has been an interesting couple days and the push for the video Day […]
From Las Vegas and the HP Tech Forum. This week me and Andy McCaskey pushed out a ton of video. Therefore, this podcast will be short but sweet. It will include the interview with the WOZ! 2nd Summer of Podcasts contest continues. Social Media Day is June 30th A Part of the Mashable Meetup. BLOGWORLD […]
This year’s Blogworld New Media Expo looks to be even better than before. To begin with, it’s being held at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas! What is great about that is the hotel and convention center is all in one spot. With bars in Mandalay Bay like Sushi Pop and House of Blues, there […]
In the last 24 hours, I have been cleaning up the categories. The CES 2009 and 2010, HPTF and HP Road show, along with other special media categories have been grouped into one Special media feed. In the next couple weeks, each post will be cleaned up as to properly be fed through any media […]
The world of PR is still a distant one for me. There are many things I need to learn about how to utilize this method to bring in more readers. I have worked with a few sites, but never thought of creating my own PR site for Geekazine. Enter in MyPRGenie – They are a […]
We have used TechSmith products for a while. The best part of these products is the ability to capture the screen. Camtasia is their most notable item – it will let you record a screen, add a webcam, insert notation and a whole lot more. While at Blogworld, I got to talk to the guys […]
The day after Blogworld, I got a great opportunity to play for the Grand Opening of the Full Compass campus. Full Compass is a full sound and light company for live and recording producers. Their online service sells millions of dollars in equipment a year. My Band – Trailer Kings – got to enter their […]
On the Expo floor of Blogworld, we talked with Remco about a cool product called Yubby. Yubby is a system that lets you find, collect and publish videos on your site. With over 30 video sites in the mix, Yubby definitely has an interesting take on how to add video. We found out that Yubby […]