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Social Media B.S. Caller Aaron Brazell and Vehicular Videocaster Jeff Hibbard on the Par-tay, Weds, Feb 6, 9PM EST

February 3rd, 2008 · 9 Comments

Archive: Part 1

Archive: Part 2

Special Bonus Pre-Par-tay video:

This week you are invited to Par-tay with Aaron Brazell and Jeff Hibbard.

Check out this promo from Jeff! He is truly a Par-tay-er.

Aaron Brazell is half of the blunt spoken duo at the District of Corruption talk show, where he and Geoff Livingston call B.S. on social media snake oil peddlers. In his spare time he blogs at technosailor.com and isDirector of Technology at b5media. Jeff Aaron(!) is not shy about what he thinks, as you can see in his post “Words that need to die in 2008.”

Our second guest is Northern Virginia vehicular videocaster Jeff Hibbard. Jeff rocks. His enthusiasm and ingenuity shines as he combines driving around in his truck with media making via social video platforms like qik, seesmic, and magnify. I’m curious to find out what makes Jeff such an avid and inventive media makers.

What: Jonny’s Par-tay, the live interactive web video talk show that puts the “social” back into social media.

Who: Jonny Goldstein & Scott Stead, with Featured Guests Aaron Brazell and Jeff Hibbard.

How to watch: Just go to jonnygoldstein.com.

Interactivity: Interact via the live chatroom and if you have a webcam and a blogtv.com account, we may even put you on via video.

When: 9PM EST, Weds, Feb 6.

Tags: Jonny's Par-Tay · Jonny's Par-tay Archives · media musings · mobile media · People Who Rock · social media · talkshow journal

9 responses so far ↓

  • Social Media BS Caller Aaron Brazell and Vehicular Videocaster … // Feb 4, 2008 at 7:33 am

    [...] SoftVision wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptAaron Brazell is half of the blunt spoken duo at the District of Corruption talk show, where he and Geoff Livingston call BS on social media snake oil peddlers. In his spare time he blogs at technosailor.com and isDirector of Technology … [...]

  • Aaron Brazell // Feb 4, 2008 at 9:31 pm

    Thanks Jonny. Looking forward to it. Though I do have to point out that the Words that must die in 2008 was written by me, not Jeff. Innocent typo I’m sure – plus, I’m sure that Jeff can tell us the words that need to die in 2009 already. He’s that good. :-)

  • Jonny // Feb 5, 2008 at 11:33 am

    Sorry for the typo! I know it was you! Look forward to par-taying with you and Jeff H.

  • dave // Feb 7, 2008 at 7:57 am

    glad the show is available to play later. good to see you guys and the guests, especially Jeff Hibbard. Good show as always. Take care Jonny & Scott

  • M. Strane // Feb 13, 2008 at 4:07 am

    Hey Jeff, nice Video, im looking forward for some more stuff from you, btw. the show was great.

  • Life and Live Casting - I have crazy contacts « The Broad Brush // Feb 29, 2008 at 11:05 pm

    [...] Jonny puts him and his guest(s) online live, and even brings in the occasional guest on another camera.  Jeff Hibbard joined one time live from the truck!  Now that’s what social media is all about. [...]

  • rugs // Jul 11, 2008 at 4:04 am

    Social media… man, when will it end. Everyone’s into social media now and Web 2.0. They’re buzzwords people who surf the internet use a lot to garner business for themselves and so quit their dayjob. Then they go around talking to people about it and convincing them how important it is, using jargon to impress and have companies desperately want a “Web 2.0” site. Then, of course, once the terms and jargon get into the mouths of big corporate execs those terms are finished – because those propellerheads will pretend as if they know what they’re talking about when they don’t, trying to impress everyone as they usually try and do…

  • sohbet // Jun 12, 2009 at 1:58 pm

    Thanks for the theme. I will just still have to get a different header image.

  • altersvorsorge // Jul 7, 2009 at 10:20 am

    That’s quite funny. Videos are getting more and more important.