Each December we scan the web horizon for great seasonal content to watch.
This year, we've got the blog to share our roundup of topics - some new, some old, some in version Mediasite 5.0, some in versions of Mediasite yesteryear. Either way, these twelve festive offerings give you an idea of what the Mediasite community is deeming capture-worthy at this time of year.
A Christmas Cabinet of Curiosities, a demonstration of holiday physics experiments by Dr. Ken Zetie, Head of Physics at St. Paul's School, London, sponsored by the Institute of Physics.
We were so proud to announce Santa Claus as a key customer acquisition in the fourth quarter of 2006. The CEO of North Pole Industries, industry leader in magical toy production and delivery, chose Mediasite to webcast corporate meetings, seasonal announcements and other marketing communication.
I’ve talked about the importance of reporting before, but I’m betting you’ll find Joel Goble’s view on how reporting helped prove the value of what he was doing with Mediasite pretty interesting.
Read for the Record: Devour “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” with Matt Lauer, Arizona Governor Brewer and Mediasite
When you're a hammer, every problem is a nail. And now that I live-eat-n-breathe Mediasite 24/7, it's hard not to see applications for webcasting at every turn.
And if you don’t, the person you work for does.
Let me explain.
Sonic Foundry is filled with creative people (as is any good technology company) – musicians, artists, writers, DJs and lots of drummers (at one point I began to wonder if you had to be a a drummer to work here!).
When a creative person sends out their work – for example, let’s say I send a song to my friends and family – the first thing I want to know is, “did they listen to it?” and closely followed by “did they like it?”
It’s human nature.