To start off this new blog I decided to make a podcast. Fun, fun fun! It’s all about tagging. At ten minutes in length it’s a short listen, so I hope you find it useful and enjoyable.
Here’s the MP3 file.
Blogoposium1 attention stream – explaining web2.0 to non-geeks
netsquared attention stream
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Podcast Tags: Tagging, Web2.0
Technorati Tags: podcast, tagging, nptech, net2
I work as a trainer and consultant in the use of Web2.0 tools. These include:
- Blogging – publishing short writings online, quickly and easily, as part of the interlinked conversation in the blogosphere
- Social Bookmarking- get your bookmarks off your browser, make them richer, reusable and sharable or private
- Advanced Search – find what you want quickly, even automatically (before you know it’s there to find)
- RSS (rich site summary/really simple syndication) – create your own personalized newsdesk for headlines, updates, emails and anything else you want delivered into one place to save time and know more, faster
- Podcasting – listen to and create “radio on demand” for communication with the world or members of your organization, whenever and wherever is convenient for them to listen
- Wikis – webpages that anyone with permission can change, with all previous versions saved and automatic notification when changes are made. Great for group development of documents.
Seperately or used together, these are incredible tools that open exciting possibilities for research and communication. I can teach you how to use, integrate or upgrade your application of any of these tools. In some cases, I can be hired to use these tools myself to assist in your projects.
I like to work with:
- Non-profit groups
- Small businesses
- Individual activists and academics
- Other web2.0 enthusiasts and technologists
The easiest way for me to help you is to have me perform a blog or web site optimization or evaluation for you. Send me an email about it!
Blog optimization is one of the things I’m best at. Be sure to check out a selection of feedback from my previous clients and my list of recent citations elsewhere on the web (sidebar).
This is what some of my recent clients have said about my work with them:
“We’re very excited at the expertise and experience Marshall brings to our blogging enterprise.”
-Curt Hopkins, Director
The Committee to Protect Bloggers
“Invaluable…very informative and very well thought out.”
-Emily Howard, anti-racism organizer
“Since I’ve been in communication with Marshall, I feel like for the first time I have a clear picture of what’s really out there on the web.”
-Justin Kistner, Founder
The Portland Internet Company
I hope you’ll contact me to work with you or your organization. Or attend one of my online training sessions in the use of new web tools.
I can be contacted in the following ways:
- by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Skype: marshallkirkpatrick
- Gizmo:marshallkirkpatrick (another VOIP program just like Skype, but with one-click record.)
- AIM: MarshallKirkpatr
Feel free to contact me with any questions you have. Or, if you are interested in recording a conversation together as a podcast, send me an email with whatever ideas you have. Wouldn’t that be fun?