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This show is dedicated to 2009's LeWeb conference that took place December 9th and 10th in Paris, France. I was an official podcaster there and want to share my thoughts as well as snippets of the interviews I did there using Cinch Cast's iPhone app.
LeWeb'10 takes place in Paris December 8th and 9th 2010 at Les Docks. With more than 2400 Participants from 50 countries, it's the number one European event about the Internet. You you probably know, I covered the conference for BlogTalkRadio using Cinch last year and the information and interviews I gathered impacted my world view in a positive way the whole year through! I am excited to hear what's in store for when I speak with the conference's Founders and organizer, Loic and Geraldine LeMe
This week Cathy returns to the Other Than That Studios for the last live broadcast of TheConversation in 2011. Today's topics will range from a recap of last week's LeWeb conference to this week's Nokia news in the States and of course a generous helping ranting about the rise of the Doucheoise. The Conversation is not about technology. It's about what you do with it. Jumping from this basic premise, each week The Conversation's Executive Producer & Host Cathy Brooks ex
As experience has taught me, there are leaders, and then there are Leaders - note the capital 'L.' In the case of Loïc Le Meur, one could argue he's in a class all his own as a LEADER.
I first became aware of Loïc because of Seesmic and followed his exploits on video for some time until Seesmic desktop came along and enhanced everyone's ability to use Twitter through the easy-to-use application.
Loïc's reputation precedes him, and as a fellow type-A personality, I have lots to ask him abou
Funny coincidences happen all the time, and it just so happens that one of them reminded me that Kara Swisher needed to be on The A-List.
I was watching CNN or BBC World News from my hotel room in Paris after the first day of the LeWeb conference. Lo and behold, I heard for the first time that AOL and Time Warner had split - big news in the Internet world. It was the first I'd heard of it after a full day at an Internet conference, so I couldn't wait to get the details.
They told the basi
After a rather long winter's nap - following our coverage of LeWeb conference - we return with Dave Morgan, CEO of Simulmedia (dontcha just love the name?).
The company, which launched in March last year, aimed to improve the impact of TV program promotions by lifting the effectiveness of their tune-in programming spots. But how, especially in an increasingly on-demand world?
We'll ask Dave, whose imense success includes developing and selling TACODA and Real Media.
From City by the Bay to the City of Lights! This week Cathy will be broadcasting live from Paris where she, along with some social media pals, will set up camp at La Social Media Club House for LeWeb! Joined by Chris Heuer and Kristie Wells of Social Media Club, Dana Oshiro of Read Write Web, along with top bloggers Robert Scoble and Stephanie Booth, this Club House will be a central gathering spot for many social media sorts attending the annual LeWeb event.
On this episode, Cathy will be joined by several of LeWeb's speakers including PayPal's Osama Bedier, British Telecom's JP Rangaswami and Gary Shainberg and some other guests to be announced later.
Join us for this very special show and NOTE THE SPECIAL BROADCAST TIME!
What do Beethoven, Geeks and Paris have in common? All three will be topics of discussion on this episode of Social Media Hour. Cathy starts the show with The Great Kat, a classically trained musician who's shredding stereotypes, and music. Then it's all croissants and crepes as the discussion turns to the upcoming LeWeb conference in Paris, yes Paris France. First up, Eliane Fiolet and Renee Blodgett of The Traveling Geeks, a group of which Cathy is an original member, talk about their plans a