TKC 350 New Media Expo in Las Vegas #NMX

Robert Martin of the Isaacson School of New Media, left, and Parviz Parvizi of Clammr.com

Robert Martin of Isaacson School of New Media, left, and Parviz Parvizi of Clammr

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NMX New Media Expo in Las Vegas

Tom Webster of Edison Research

Monthly podcast listening statistics from Edison Research – February 15, 2015

Power of Moms podcast

Mark Ramsey’s Media Unplugged podcast

Libsyn Rocks!

Interview with Robert Martin (begins at 3:39, ends at 20:00)

Isaacson School of New Media at Colorado Mountain College

Article about “the uncanny valley”

“Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek” by John Branch in The New York Times – December 20, 2012

Rapt Media

Interview with Parviz Parvizi (Begins at 20:05, ends at 39:39)

Clammr iOS app

Clammr publishers’ portal on the web

Berklee College of Music’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship

 

How You Can Create a Clammr to Spread the Word About TKC

(Provided by co-founder David Silverman)

Getting Started

1) Make sure the Podcast Episode you want to post is on your phone (ie, available in the native podcast app)

2) Download Clammr from Appstore (we are available on iOS today, Android is coming soon)

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/clammr-radio-headline-news/id927556526?mt=8

3) Create an Account – Register with Facebook, Twitter, or Email

Steps to Post a Podcast Highlight on Clammr

1) Click “Menu” Button (top left corner)

2) Click bottom “My Library” button > “More” button > “Podcasts” 

(Note to Len & April: In our next released version in about 2 weeks, these 3 clicks will be reduced to 1 by just clicking directly on a “My Podcasts” button.)

3) Select the source Podcast from your Podcast List > select the episode

4) Select “Yes” to include the Podcast’s metadata in your post

5) Touch the clip on the soundboard to activate it > then drag the soundwave within the track to select a different section of the podcast.  (As you drag, you will see the timestamps for the  beginning and ending of the clip.)

 – Your selected clip can be 18 seconds or less

 – Select a highlight or phrase that is a valuable, standalone nugget

6) Click the Play arrow button (in the top left of the mixboard) – to confirm you have made the intended selection

7) Click “Next” in the top right

8) Click the Facebook and Twitter icons to connect your social media accounts – if you want to simultaneously post Facebook & Twitter

9) Click “Post”

Here are a few instructional videos that might also be helpful:

http://tiny.cc/clammrvideos 

 – The first video on that page runs through the clammr creation process.

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named “Well, You Needn’t.” This version is “Ra-Monk” by Eval Manigat on the “Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive” CD by Public Transit Recording” CD.

NOTE: Special thanks to Chris Kraft, founder of Share Rocket, who tuned in to my Periscope livestream last night when I was putting the episode together. He spotted a mistake I’d made at the opening, when I was headed toward the registration desk. “You said 2014,” Chris alerted me in a text message that flashed across the Periscope screen. So I snipped the offending year and left in the month and date. This was my first experience of livestream crowd editing of a podcast!

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Comments 3

  1. John Aga wrote:

    Len: I very much enjoyed your interview with Robert Martin, but I must totally disagree with him with respect to the impact of the printing press versus photography. No innovation in history since the wheel has had a more profound and fundamental impact on every aspect of society than the printing press to include little things like the Age of Enlightenment and the Reformation. Photography changed a lot but not with the same depth of change.

    Posted 17 Apr 2015 at 8:20 pm
  2. Len Edgerly wrote:

    Fair point, John. It’s hard to argue the accepted point that Gutenberg led to huge changes. I think Rob’s take was more theoretical, part of his presentation of successive ways of rendering reality, from print to visual, video and now virtual reality and maybe even smellivision–all ways of connecting with reality through the senses. I’m glad you enjoyed the interview. He was fun to talk to. I hope to post his full talk as a separate episode in October, when Darlene and I will be in Ecuador for a month. Thanks for commenting.

    Posted 17 Apr 2015 at 8:49 pm
  3. John Aga wrote:

    I can see what he meant about how photography fundamentally deepened our perception of the world going from the printed word to photography. However……;-) If you think about it, prior to Gutenberg peoples view of the world was mostly limited to the five senses, what was happening in his or her local area, or word of mouth. The printing press literally opened all mankind to the entire world and beyond. In a sense we went from near zero (before the printing press) to near infinite (after the printing press) with regard to our relationship with our world and beyond.

    Posted 17 Apr 2015 at 10:30 pm