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Saturday, February 4th, 2006 — 8:49am PDT
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i wrote a lovely post this morning then blogger decided to be a complete spazz and delete it – it even deleted john’s podcast/show notes from last night. basically, it was my report on the vancouver podcast meetup last night. there were bloggers, podcaster-hopefuls and gurus all coming together over beer and chicken strips. it was a great opportunity for me as a blogger to meet other local bloggers, and an even better one for john to offer up some wisdom and insight to newbies of podcasting and talk shop with the pros. yesterday before the meetup we both sat down in our dining room aka john’s home studio and did a podcast. there were about two dozen people at this gathering although i hear at other vancouver bloging events like the meetups at Steamworks there are even greater turn outs. our first experience at a meetup and networking with other vancouver geeks was really positive. there are also pics up, check out some of the blogs of the participants and i must plug the island podcast w/ ted riecken.


Michael & Sarah’s blog
Penmachine
MJ Ankenman’s Blog
PacificIT
Up In Ontario
David Drucker

to name a few ๐Ÿ™‚

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3 comments

  1. James says:

    Hey Rebecca, it was nice to meet you and John at the Podcasters doo-wop. Hopefully you’ll be able to make it out to one of the Blogger Meetups. They’re good fun and more focused on the practical aspects of blogging than the Podcaster session, because everyone there has practical experience to share. By the next Podcaster session I hope to have my first show up and live, then I’ll have something to share.

  2. […] about it is in my old Blogger format and looks really ugly – but I’ll link to it anyway [Miss604]. I think John’s actually had MJ’s business card handy ever since. She’s a […]

  3. […] first ever meetup of any kind that John and I attended was the Podcaster Meetup in February of 2006. Ever since John moved to Vancouver, and brought his podcast with him, […]

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