The folks at WVXU posted the audio archive of the Impact Cincinnati show last week, but I forgot to post about it here!
In the WVXU studios with Chris Brewer of Northern Kentucky University
I’m a huge fan of WVXU, the local public radio and NPR station, so it was a real treat to go downtown, see the studio, and meet the people behind the voices I’ve listened to every day for years.Â The producer and the host were both terrific and helped put me at ease – I was nervous!
Here’s the blurb from their website describing the show:
Impact Cincinnati Archive
Thursday, July 09, 2009
Topic: The advantages, and dangers, of social networking sites
If you have a Facebook, Twitter or MySpace account you’re not alone, millions of people now use these and other social networking sites, often revealing a surprising amount of personal information online.
University of Cincinnati Instructional & Research Computing department IT Analyst Chris Collins
Director of Online Technology for Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics, Chris Brewer
The toughest question came at the end – what impact do you think social media is going to have and sum it up in 2 minutes!Â That’s pretty hard to answer even in 2 hours, so that’s the answer I was least happy with, but overall it was a great experience.Â Â Thanks to Twitter friends @barbarakb, @CRA1G, @corcosman, @wjjessen, and others for giving feedback before and during the show – it looks like we broke their record for number of tweets during the program!
Listen to the audio archive of the program
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