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Nate Bagley

About Me

Name: 
Nate Bagley
Bio: 
I love creating, but I'm a little new to the video/audio world. I'm trying to shoot my own mini-documentary, and am interested in learning to podcast, shoot great photos, and participate in awesome events like Ignite.
Skills: 
video, audio, editing, podcasting, being awesome
Interests: 
Anything people-related
Birthday: 
March 15th

Awesome Local Interviews by The Daily City

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Since I have been thinking about recording some more episodes of the Florida Creatives Podcast, I was wondering if anyone else has been doing good local downloadable content. We have Radio Rickshaw and Front Porch Radio producing stuff, as well as CMF Public Media and the local WMFE and WUCF stations. Several years ago, Mark Baratelli of the popular Daily City blog produced a show called the Orlando Arts Podcast, but now he will just periodically post mp3 files and players on his site. This can make the content hard to find, so I have created a list.

Miro Player 3 and Miro Video Converter for Mac and Windows

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If you haven't tried the excellent Miro software for subscribing to and promoting your Video and Audio podcasts, it's totally worth it.

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They incorporate their own podcast directory (one of the best) and their client can download via bittorrent to save publishers' bandwidth fees. The company that makes miro is non-profit, and the software is open source. They also work with a public radio company to publish their audio podcast directory, and they support the Open Media Project. Can it get any better?

Yes. It can.

Open Source Hardware - Makerbot, Arduino

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If you pay attention to hardware at all, you'll have seen people building interesting tools for fun or profit with openly designed, hackable devices such as Makerbot and Arduino.

We also see lots of popular media featuring open hardware, like this episode of WebNation from the Canadian Discovery Channel, filmed at a hackerspace in Toronto.

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Hey, we have a hackerspace, too!

New Media Think and Drink: Focus on Community: Oct 16, 2009 (part two)

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Download Think and Drink Part B

Download Think and Drink Part B
thinkdrink20091016_media_b.mp3
Length: 57:18

John Rife, Darren McDaniel, Julie Norris, Chris Blanc, Lance Turner, Gwendolyn Anello, and Ryan Price gathered with an audience of Central Florida's community organizers, marketers, independent publishers and entrepreneurs to discuss the ways they communicate with their respective groups, clients, users and the media.

Speakers for the New Media Think and Drink: Focus on Community

Gwendolyn Anello is a co-owner of Anello Consulting out of Merritt Island. She consults several organizations in the areas of communications, market development, community and public affairs, and fundraising.

Chris Blanc is the Marketing Director for the Enzian Theatre and the Florida Film Festival. As if that wasn't enough, he's involved in several other local communities, and had a hand in creating the Dandelion Cafe.

Darren McDaniel is the creator of a feature film (The Essence of Irwin), the founder of a local internet startup (Petentials), former programming director at the Downtown Media Arts Center, and has done PhD-level research Sociology at Vanderbilt.

Julie Norris is the owner of Dandelion CommuniTEA Cafe and the host of Front Porch Radio on WPRK 91.5FM every Wednesday. She's also a new mommy! Congrats!

John Rife was a media missionary in S. Pacific / Asia, a founding member of Interactive Expeditions, is an independent documentary filmmaker, a video blogger and is currently pursuing an MFA in Digital Media at UCF.

Lance Turner is the founder of the Ourlando movement and the owner of AEonBlu in Winter Park. You'll see Lance at tons of local events snapping pictures or signing up small businesses to bring the local color.

Ryan Price is the creator of the Florida Creatives Happy Hour and a partner in a web, media and training company called DrupalEasy. He produces several podcasts and blogs when he's not busy organizing events and community functions, or posting to local websites.

New Media Think and Drink: Focus on Community: Oct 16, 2009 (part one)

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Download Think and Drink Part A

Download Think and Drink Part A
thinkdrink20091016_media_a.mp3
Length: 43:38

John Rife, Darren McDaniel, Julie Norris, Chris Blanc, Lance Turner, Gwendolyn Anello, and Ryan Price gathered with an audience of Central Florida's community organizers, marketers, independent publishers and entrepreneurs to discuss the ways they communicate with their respective groups, clients, users and the media.

Speakers for the New Media Think and Drink: Focus on Community

Gwendolyn Anello is a co-owner of Anello Consulting out of Merritt Island. She consults several organizations in the areas of communications, market development, community and public affairs, and fundraising.

Chris Blanc is the Marketing Director for the Enzian Theatre and the Florida Film Festival. As if that wasn't enough, he's involved in several other local communities, and had a hand in creating the Dandelion Cafe.

Darren McDaniel is the creator of a feature film (The Essence of Irwin), the founder of a local internet startup (Petentials), former programming director at the Downtown Media Arts Center, and has done PhD-level research Sociology at Vanderbilt.

Julie Norris is the owner of Dandelion CommuniTEA Cafe and the host of Front Porch Radio on WPRK 91.5FM every Wednesday. She's also a new mommy! Congrats!

John Rife was a media missionary in S. Pacific / Asia, a founding member of Interactive Expeditions, is an independent documentary filmmaker, a video blogger and is currently pursuing an MFA in Digital Media at UCF.

Lance Turner is the founder of the Ourlando movement and the owner of AEonBlu in Winter Park. You'll see Lance at tons of local events snapping pictures or signing up small businesses to bring the local color.

Ryan Price is the creator of the Florida Creatives Happy Hour and a partner in a web, media and training company called DrupalEasy. He produces several podcasts and blogs when he's not busy organizing events and community functions, or posting to local websites.

An Internet Connected Rabbit

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This is a lot like a Chumby, with no screen, but adds the ability to read RSS.

http://www.violet.net/

FL Creatives 21c: Rachael Page

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Download Show 21c
flcreatives_21c_rachaelpage.mp3
Length: 6:30

Rachael Page and Ryan Price discuss a bit about Rachael's history and voice some ideas and possibilites for Florida Creatives as a community.

The discussion doesn't end here. You are encouraged to call in with your feedback by leaving a voicemail at 321-441-3964.

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To view the meeting notes, please check out previous parts of this Steering Committee recording on FloridaCreatives.com

FL Creatives 21b: First Steering Committee Meeting Part 2

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Download Show 21b

Download Show 21a
flcreatives_21b_steering.mp3
Length: 42:26

On December 8th, 2008 the first Florida Creatives Steering Committee meeting and conference call was held in my kitchen downtown. In attendance were people with an invested interest in the continuation and growth of Florida Creatives. Among the contributors are:
Ryan Price, Eric Marden, Gregg Pollack, Darren McDaniel, Rachael Page, David Rogers, James Tryon, James Caruso

The discussion doesn't end here. You are encouraged to call in with your feedback by leaving a voicemail at 321-441-3964.

Shameless Links:

To view the meeting notes, please check out Part 1 of this Steering Committee recording on FloridaCreatives.com

FL Creatives 21a: First Steering Committee Meeting

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Download Show 21a

Download Show 21a
flcreatives_21a_steering.mp3
Length: 32:43

On December 8th, 2008 the first Florida Creatives Steering Committee meeting and conference call was held in my kitchen downtown. In attendance were people with an invested interest in the continuation and growth of Florida Creatives. Among the contributors are:
Ryan Price, Eric Marden, Gregg Pollack, Darren McDaniel, Rachael Page, David Rogers, James Tryon, James Caruso

The discussion doesn't end here. You are encouraged to call in with your feedback by leaving a voicemail at 321-441-3964.

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