Post Podcamp Toronto Podcast 14: People Pile into Post-Podcamp Party

Listen to Episode 14

Wow, over 20 people showed up for our Podcamp Toronto Wrap-Up Podcast over on Talkshoe. We discussed the good and the bad of Podcamp Toronto (mostly good) and brainstormed on ways to improve the event next time.

On behalf of Connie and myself, thanks to all the listeners and participants on the Podcamp Toronto Podcast. You have helped in making Podcamp Toronto the wonderful success it was.

Run time: 54:09

Show notes:

Your humble hosts:

Connie Crosby
Sean “ductapeguy” McGaughey

Music – “Thematic Waves” by Vergel Evans

On the call:

Michael “definetheline” Mistretta
Mike “The Birdman” Dodd
Steve “Snowball” Saylor
Tommy Vallier
Jay Moonah
Eden Spodek
Whitney Hoffman
Mitch “studionashvegas” Canter

Hipsters in the chat room:

Timothy Pilgrim
Keith Burtis
Chris “Chris24” Thomson
Donna Papacosta
Dave Fleet
Andrew Rivett
Dave Forde
Drew Beatty
Daniele Rossi
Alex Miller
Three Amigos

Send feedback:

ductapeguy @
conniecrosby @
or leave an audio comment at MyChingo


3 thoughts on “Post Podcamp Toronto Podcast 14: People Pile into Post-Podcamp Party

  1. Thanks again to all those who put so much effort into making Podcamp possible, and to Connie and Sean for producin gthese Podcamp podcasts. Not to undervalue to previous episodes, but I found this one very informative. It’s important to take an objective look back in order to plan better for the future, and the feedback from this show will help make next years Podcamp Toronto even better. The discussion on how Z2P and it’s isolated location may have hampered communication was interesting, as was the discussion on what to do about Saturday evening group events.

    While not everyone appreciates the role sponsors play, perhaps they can be put to better use, like the sponsored PAB lunch. For instance, at teaching conferences in Japan, the publishers hosted a ‘One Can Drink’ party, supplying cans of beer and snacks after the days event and before supper. This brought everyone together to make their own plans, and got the evening off to a flying start. (there was always more than one can if you positioned yourself near non-drinkers)

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