Saturday, March 28, 2009

Podcast: Piedmont Blood Center building community with Social Media

Enabling Blood Donors To Reach Out To Each Other Using Twitter, Facebook, And Free Wi - Fi. by Phil Yanov  
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GSATC_Call_DaveSmith.mp3 (977 KB)

The Piedmont Blood Center is enabling blood donors with Twitter and Facebook to not just improve their donation experience, but to help them reach out to each other and to other potential donors.  It all starts with a bit of free Wi-Fi.  Learn more about how The Spartanburg South Carolina's Piedmont Blood Center is using Social Media from their webmaster Dave Smith. (@iamdave)

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Podcast: Congressman Bob Inglis at Main Street Diner

I was in Mauldin at the Main Street Diner to hear Bob Inglis today and I ended up sitting right next to where he stood. Since I always carry my handy recorder with me and it had both a set of fully charged batteries and some extra space on it's memory card, I thought I'd give a bit of live recording a try. Attached is the entire session and I think the audio is pretty darn listenable. For those of you with critical ears, I'll tell you that it gets better at about two minutes in. (They closed the door next to the kitchen.)


Thursday, March 05, 2009

Preview with Terry Weaver - Taking advantage of the future

Phil Yanov Interviews Terry Weaver by Gsa Technology Council (Www. Gsatc. Org)  
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gsatc_prvw_200903_Weaver.mp3 (1186 KB)

I grabbed Terry Weaver for an ambush interview yesterday to ask him for a preview of next week's GSATC Learning Lunch meeting. Terry is going to use the book Revolutionary Wealth by well known futurists, Alvin and Heidi Toffler as a guide to discuss how to best position yourself and your business to take advantage of the continuing shifts in the world.  How and where you make your money is changing.  I look forward to spending more time next week thinking about how to take advantage of that shift.

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