What a weekend in Kingston! PAB 2007 was amazing! Congratulations to
Mark, Bob, Cat, and Andrea for organizing such a great conference.
Some of the standout presentations for me were: How Podcasting Will Save the World by
Hugh McGuire, Five Low-cost or No-cost Treats For Your Sound by Bruce Murray, Audio Drama: It Just Might Save Your Life by Jack Ward and the notorious Broken Toasters, William Shatner and Podcast Burnout by Neil Gorman. I also got to attend the informal presentation of From Idea to Air: Making Radio Stories That Don’t Suck in Tod Maffin’s hotel room.
I had some great conversations with John and Maureen from Baba’s Beach, Tommy Vallier, Jay and Amaya from Uncle Seth, Terry Fallis, William Spaetzel, Nico, Barry from Barrie, Scarborough Dude, Vergel Evans, and I think I convinced Danielle Rossi to start up his long delayed podcast. I wowed everyone with the beryl desktop on Ubuntu on my laptop. I also recorded the 100th episode of the deyscast with Bill Deys. Congratulations Bill.
While I was at the conference, my wife and daughter hung out by the pool and shopped their way through downtown Kingston. A good time was had by all. I’m already counting the days until the next podcamp or PAB. Thanks everyone for a great weekend.