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As long as the Florida Creatives Happy Hour has existed, we have been recording podcast profiles with members of our community. As each interview is recorded, time rolls on behind us, the ideals and goals of our group become more refined, and we hope the content of the podcasts will reflect our evolution.

FLCreatives 33: Tech 3-ring Circus with Tim Howe

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Tim Howe and Ryan Price briefly discuss the idea of holding multiple user group meetings in the same building at the same time, much like a mini-barcamp.

Happy Hour is Feb 20th, 6pm at Urban ReThink

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FLCreatives 32: Terry Pappy and the Better3 Write Shops

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Terry Pappy is putting on a series of Write Shops to inspire you to action in your personal or professional life. Terry also shares some stories from her career and how they led her to Florida and her unique brand of consulting.

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FLCreatives 30: John Rife and Winter Park Harvest Festival

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John Rife is one of the original founding members of Florida Creatives in Orlando, and now he joins us to talk about his adventures in blogging about local food, and his experience planning the first-ever Winter Park Harvest Festival. The festival will be held in Central Park on Nov 20th, just a few days before Thanksgiving. Local farmers and tons of others will have their wares on display. You can think local, grow, learn, taste, listen and play, with a "Farm to Table" dinner at the end.

FLCreatives 29: Anna McCambridge and A Confluence

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Local artist and curator Anna McCambridge joined us at the Maitland Art Center to discuss her most recent show, a joint show by 4 local artists, titled "A Confluence". Anna is the curator of the Visual Fringe, and helps to organize First Thursdays at the Orlando Museum of Art, as well as curating and supporting art all over Central Florida.

FLCreatives 28: Stefan Price's Friday Night Film Group

Stefan Price's Friday Night Film Group
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Local film professional, set and prop builder, and last but not least special FX guy Stefan Price is this month's subject. He's created a Friday Night Film Group in Winter Garden that produces internet television and short films under a Creative Commons license. He and his group are inviting just about anyone with a script and the right mindset to come play in their video sandbox.

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

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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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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.

FL Creatives 27: Erika Wilhite

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Actress and teacher Erika Wilhite tells us about her upcoming production of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds, her pending move to Fayetteville, Arkansas, her experiences with the Orlando Fringe Festival and Hysteria!

Erika as Mademoiselle X at the Blunder Bungle

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Viewpoints WTF? - the voice you hear is Erika - during War of the Worlds rehearsal

Erik Hersman's TED Talk

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At TEDU 2009, Erik Hersman presents the remarkable story of Ushahidi, a GoogleMap mashup that allowed Kenyans to report and track violence via cell phone texts following the 2008 elections, and has evolved to continue saving lives in other countries.

Blogger (AfriGadget, WhiteAfrican), geek and power networker Erik Hersman is a key member of the African blog revolution. As a builder of Ushahidi, he helps expand the power of everyday people to share vital news via text.
http://www.ted.com/talks/erik_hersman_on_reporting_crisis_via_texting.html

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