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Brian Walks


Baldwin Park (Art Stroll of Baldwin Park)
4926 New Broad St
Orlando, FL 32814
Phone: 407-792-9421
Apr 10 2009 5:00p - 9:00p

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BarCamp Miami was Fantastic!

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We had a great turnout from Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville folks down in Coconut Grove yesterday, and a substantial number of presentations by our regular cast of characters. Gregg Pollack, Rob Dempsey, Bryan Conzone, Brian Feldman, Eric Marden, Tim Rosenblatt and myself (just to name a few) all took the podium at various times throughout the day.

A huge thanks to Alex DeCarvalho, who seemed to have single-handedly pulled this unconference together in a matter of days.

Orlando Tweetup Follow-up Post

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We had a great turnout at the first Orlando Tweetup at Scruffy Murphy's Pub in College Park last night. According to the sign-in sheets, 106 people came. And it was a pretty diverse group too. We had two high school students (@sdquinn and @gdrage), lots of folks from the Sentinel, people from the marketing and public relations fields, local techies and bloggers and even Local 6 weatherman Tom Sorrells.

So thank you very much to everyone who came and made this event a success. And if you missed it, don't worry, we'll have another one real soon. To stay in the loop, check back on this blog and follow @etanowitz and @orlandotweetup on Twitter. You can also go here to see what people are saying about the event.

Speaking of Tom Sorrells, he was kind enough to mention the Tweetup on the 11 p.m. news and show a picture he took with my wife Daphne and me. Here's the clip:

Downtown Photowalk / Videowalk


Orange County Regional History Center
65 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
May 10 2008 12:00p - 6:00p

Be ye photographers, videobloggers, people wanting to learn something about downtown Orlando? Are you interested in using your talents to showcase what the non-tourism-driven part of Orlando has to offer? The crew from OrlandoScene.TV will be taking the History Center's official walk of downtown, with dozens of historic stops all over the city.

We are asking photographers to come with us on a photowalking expedition, because our video piece will be about the photowalking trend and Downtown Orlando will be our setting.

At the end of the day we will be attending "Improv en Espanol" at SAK Comedy Lab. If you're interested in snapping some photos there, it will be their first anniversary doing the show on Saturdays, and I know they will appreciate it.

If you have any questions, please direct them to [info AT]

Photos from New Media / Podcamp Event

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Thanks to Jim Hathaway and Bill Couch for uploading these photos to our Florida Creatives Flickr Pool. I tagged a few of the pics with names in case you forgot, but I think you have to look at them on the actual Flickr page, so please do so.

Beautiful, BarCamp

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Fantastic job everyone. Discussion leaders, photographers, participants (could have been more participating, honestly) and especially organizers. Orlando is putting itself on the map with events like this, and will only continue to gain the eyes of the world.

I can't wait for BlogOrlando on Friday. That's right, it wasn't last week. I heard that a few times where people thought BarCamp was the Sunday of BlogOrlando instead of the Sunday before.

Likemind.orl Photos

Last night was a hit!

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Without performing an official audit, I'd say we had more than 20 people at the Happy Hour last night. When I first arrived, I proved again that the Crooked Bayou is a great home for our event, because I saw someone I know who wasn't even there for our event. This happens every single time we're there, and I just love the gravity that place has.

Some people have been leaving their comments over on the event announcement post, including a guy who didn't show up.

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