Ladies and gentlemen, a toast! Today, I give you the season finale of Seesmic du Jour: Season One. Cheers!
I am still in Paris so the Seesmic team made today’s show again. This time, they are testing a science project they saw on YouTube to see if cell phones really can make popcorn kernels pop. They got some very interesting results.
Today, my friends Roberto and Michael of Nike stopped by the office and we talked a little about Nike and a little about seesmic. In this video, Michael and Roberto tell us a little about the “Human Race 10K” that will be taking place around the world on 08.31.08. Where will you be?
Recently, I was asked by Simon Grice to speak at the ‘Being-Digital‘ mashup conference in London but was unable to make it this time around. So I sent them a video answering some of the questions they will be posing to some of the other speakers instead. And here it is!
I’m in Japan but was not able to send any images so the production team did the best they could on todays Seesmic du Jour. Vinvin and Whit go through the whole episode and discuss what went wrong.
I am happy to introduce the Seesmic team’s newest addition! Thomas Knoll, folks… That’s pronounced Thomas \ ‘ Kuh-null \ and here he is to tell you why.