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2011 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,200 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 37 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Filed under: Wordpress

Top New Media Interchange Posts for 2011

Here are the top posts on New Media Interchange for 2011

Elsewhere: Why is Video Hard? Five Shots and Patterns
Video: Crazy Downhill Urban Bike Race Caught On Helmet Cam
Interested in an Ojai New Media Retreat?
360 Panoramic Lens for iPhone – New Kickstarter Project
WordPress 2.9 upgrade fails on GoDaddy shared server(s)
Screencast: Forwarding GoDaddy Domain to WordPress.com Blog
How do you make a living in New Media?
Video: Palimpsests – Norman Klein – CalArts / Art Center
Upgrade WordPress to 2.9.2
News: YouTube Now Lets You Remove its Logo From Video Player – For Better or For Worse
New Media Gift Guide #10: Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone
Top New Media Interchange Posts for 2010
Book Reading: Mastering Monologues and Acting Sides: How to Audition Successfully for Both Traditional and New Media
Cokin MAGNE-FIX lens adapters for small cameras
Super Happy Vlog House – This Saturday – Ojai, CA
Elsewhere Online: Web Content Corner With Jenni Powell: 5 Things Not To Do On A Web Project Shoot…And What To Do Instead
Video: WGA “Tout your own horn” New Media Panel
[Tip] Record short audio and video tips…
[Tip] Before following people on Twitter fill out your profile info. Help people to follow you back, not ignore you!
Elsewhere Online: Vimeo Video School Offers Free Tutorials to Help Improve Your Video Skills [How To]
Promote your favorite podcasts and help other listen/watch
Podcast Highlight: Podcast Perspective with Steve Riekeberg

 

Filed under: News

Event: 6th Annual Live Reading of A Christmas Carol – Dec 18, 2011

Our 6th Annual LIVE Reading of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol will take place on Sunday, December 18, 2011 at 6pm EST/3pm PST.

Our annual holiday reading of this classic Dickens’ story. We bring together frends and family to read sections from a condensed version of the story — said to be made by Charles Dickens himself — for his own live, public readings. Follow Scrooge, Bob Crachit, Tiny Tim and all the familiar characters as they both teach and learn what Christmas is all about.

Tune in while you prepare your Christmas cookies or wrap your Christmas presents. Join the “spirits” of the season!

Click Here to Watch/Listen Live to A Christmas Carol

 

Consider having your own reading of A Christmas Carol, or other favorite story, as a way to gather friends together and share a unique experience. You don’t have to broadcast it like we do, but why not share it with the world!

This year’s show is sponsored by WelchWrite.com, Eclipse-1 Media and New Media Interchange.

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

Enjoy more Christmas Carol in your own home!

Free download of “A Christmas Carol” – Text/ePub/HTML/Kindle versions available

Free download of our reading script of “A Christmas Carol” – PDF format

More “A Christmas Carol” on Amazon.com

Filed under: Audio, News, Video

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