(Part of an informal blog series on the people who make Sonic Foundry tick. See more stories here.)
Last weekend The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams opened at the Bartell Theatre in Madison, Wis. There’s drama, seduction, suspense and comedy, and our very own Patrick O’Hara is at the center of it all. (Check out the trailer.)
The countdown is on to the seventh annual Mediasite User Conference, taking place April 28 – May 1 in Madison, Wisconsin. What separates this gathering from the rest is its aversion to cookie-cutter conferencing. Whether you’re an UNLEASH veteran or this is your first year, here are a few things you should know about what’s coming in 2013.
We've got hundreds of Mediasite users here in Madison learning and networking, but UNLEASH 2012 is a hybrid event so we've got a whole other group watching sessions live or on-demand remotely in our MUG (Mediasite User Group) Community.
Hershel Miller our online concierge is helping moderate the conversations and providing help where needed.
As is usual this time of year in Madison, we woke up to about 4 or 5 inches of fresh snow. After I quickly cleared the driveway and sidewalk with my ancient-but-reliable Ariens, I was able to get out to the XC ski trails to do a few loops before my kids were even awake. As I was focusing on my technique, I got to thinking about Mediasite. (No, seriously!) Let me explain.