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Ready to Rock the Whiteboard? Workshop, Mon, Nov 19, in Philly.

November 9th, 2012 · Comments Off · biz, coaching, drawings, entrepreneurship, graphic faciliation, indy hall, making the world a better place, People Who Rock, Public Speaking, teaching, Uncategorized, visual facilitation

Want to Rock the Whiteboard? Listen to what other people have to say about how I helped them rock. “Very helpful. During the session we found creative solutions to the challenges posed by the path we chose. It was great!” Carlos Guestrin, Co-founder, Flashgroup Armed with a shared visual vocabulary, we were able to practice […]

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Making Sparks: Putting Technology at the Service of Childhood Development

October 27th, 2010 · Comments Off · artteacher, creativity, digital divide, drawings, education, exploding tv, graphic faciliation, graphic recording, images, kids, making the world a better place, personal meanderings, Public Speaking, teaching, Uncategorized, visual facilitation

I was honored to have the chance to do large scale visual notes at the Sprout Fund’s Making Sparks event in Pittsburgh recently. Community members, childhood development specialists, technologists, and media producers converged to share ideas, tips, and inspiration around the topic of how to create projects that engage children ages birth to eight in […]

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Pictures and Words from Richard Saul Wurman at SenseMaker Dialogs

February 18th, 2010 · Comments Off · People Who Rock, personal meanderings, Public Speaking, teaching

Richard Saul Wurman delighted me when he spoke at the SenseMaker Dialogs last Tuesday in New York City. I remember picking up his book, Information Anxiety for the first time in the early 90′s, a terrified and confident young man, and loving every little bit of it, the provocative micromanifestos, the frequent sidebars, the anecdotes, […]

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RSVP for VizThink Philly 2: Get Framed at the Storyboard-O-Rama

May 15th, 2009 · Comments Off · artteacher, creativity, teaching, Uncategorized, visual facilitation

RSVP here for VizThink Philly 2 Topic: Get Framed….at the Storyboard-O-Rama VizThinker Julia Pellicciaro will do a quick storyboarding demo, and then we’ll make our own and share them with each other. Storyboards are poweful tools for planning and pitching projects. They are can also stand alone as potent communication devices. Afterwards if you care […]

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Kendesi and Jonny plan a digital mogul happy hour

June 8th, 2008 · 1 Comment · biz, creativity, Digitized With Jonny Goldstein, entrepreneurship, Interviews, Jonny Interviews People, marketing, mobile media, People Who Rock, poetry, small business, social media, teaching

Kendesi Mohammed and I met at Busboys and Poets a couple of weeks ago and we have been keeping in touch since then. Kendesi is a DC based video producer and club mogul. He helps throw parties and promote up and coming spoken word, rap, music, and modeling talent. We hit on the idea of […]

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Session Notes from PodCampNYC 2.0

April 28th, 2008 · 6 Comments · creativity, entrepreneurship, gadgets, Interviews, jonny in the media, Jonny Interviews People, media musings, mobile media, nptech, People Who Rock, poetry, PR, Public Speaking, small business, social media, teaching

Below are my rough notes from some of the PodCampNYC 2.0 sessions I participated in. I hope folks who were not able to attend these sessions find these notes helpful. Note: these were created on the fly and niceties of punctuation, grammar and spelling are not always observed. Here are links to notes for individual […]

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Stowe Boyd on how to explain Twitter to noobs: You can’t.

February 29th, 2008 · 1 Comment · building a better talkshow, dc media makers, exploding tv, making the world a better place, media musings, mobile media, nptech, People Who Rock, social media, teaching, video

Stowe Boyd (AKA, “The Stowe Boyd”) held forth about Twitter last night at the DC Media Makers meeting. He opined that it’s useless to explain Twitter to people. You just have to tell them to try Twitter for a few weeks. And if they aren’t willing to do that, it’s useless explaining it. “It’s useless […]

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What a week!

May 14th, 2007 · Comments Off · dc media makers, nptech, People Who Rock, social media, teaching, video

This has been one of my most action packed weeks ever. I’m just starting to process it all. Let me take you through it. Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Worked with a team of DC Media Makers and special guests to write, rehearse, shoot, and edit an entire short film for the 48 Hour Film Project. We […]

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3 shooting tricks to make editing easier

March 1st, 2007 · Comments Off · Interviews, jonny in the media, teaching

Click To Play Beth Kanter helps nonprofits use the web to extend their reach. As part of that mission, she is learning the ins and outs of producing web video. To that end, she is interviewing video makers about their techniques or tricks. Her self imposed guideline is that she use only the most inexpensive […]

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I’m going to be teaching videoblogging/podcasting at Phovi.com

August 1st, 2006 · Comments Off · teaching

I loved teaching videoblogging to teens in the Bronx this last year, but since my wife is in school in DC, I need to move down there, so I can’t continue working with them. That makes me a little sad, because those students are amazing. The good news is I’m going to keep teaching videoblogging […]

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