The first iCommons podcast

I had a great time being part of the first iCommons podcast today. I arrived at iCommons’ offices in Rosebank around midday and met Reuben Goldberg (a 5fm jock – I was pretty impressed), Matthew Buckland (editor of the Mail & Guardian Online), Rebecca Kahn, iCommons’ Executive Director, Heather Ford, and an artist known as Whispa who recently won the ccMixter competition with his awesome track Festival Finale!!. Whispa’s samples are licensed under Creative Commons.

(from left to right are Whispa, Reuben Goldberg, Heather Ford and me. Matthew Buckland and Rebecca Kahn are off to the left. You can see more photos at Gregor’s Flickr page)

This first iCommons podcast (I hope to be part of many more to come) took a look at or touched on the following news items:

The topics we touched are may well prove to be the big issues in the coming years and I am quite keen to see how these issues will be resolved. If you are interested in content creation and Creative Commons then I recommend that you download the first podcast episode (better yet, subscribe to it). I certainly will.

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Paul
Enthusiast, marketing strategist, writer, and photographer. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad. Allergic to stupid

9 Comments

  1. Well done Paul – this is a grossly misunderstood and underestimated puzzle piece in the new Web picture. Glad to have you dudes unpacking it for us!

  2. Well done Paul – this is a grossly misunderstood and underestimated puzzle piece in the new Web picture. Glad to have you dudes unpacking it for us!

  3. Well done Paul – this is a grossly misunderstood and underestimated puzzle piece in the new Web picture. Glad to have you dudes unpacking it for us!

  4. Well done Paul – this is a grossly misunderstood and underestimated puzzle piece in the new Web picture. Glad to have you dudes unpacking it for us!

  5. […] The first episode of the iCommons podcast which I participated in last Friday is now available for download.  If you would like to subscribe to the podcast, the feed is here.  You can subscribe to the podcast in your feed reader, iTunes or your preferred podcast application. […]

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