jennifer on February 13, 2011

During the 2010 National Podcast Post Month, I endeavored to work on combating my Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS). Like most things in life, what I planned and what actually happened were two entirely different things. If you will recall, my topic was  “How To Make A Camp”.  It was going well.  I recorded 11 days […]

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jennifer on November 4, 2010

On day four, it is all about the who factor. Just who should organize a camp? Really anyone can, but it takes a dedicated team of organizers and volunteers to make a camp happen. While sessions are not created until the day of the event, that doesn’t mean there aren’t things that need to be […]

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jennifer on November 3, 2010

On day three, I share what I consider to be the three reasons you should consider doing a camp. BTW, the feedback on this series has been great. Love that this topic has turned into a dialogue. Yesterday’s podcast, What Is A Camp received a couple of thought provoking response from @LynetteRadio & @TheGrannyGamer Here […]

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jennifer on November 2, 2010

On today’s podcast the concept of Camp is discusses. What it is and more importantly what it isn’t. The meaning behind the whole Learn, Share, Grow of a user-generated conference as well as the definition of a successful event. http://jennifernavarrete.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/napodpomo_day2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

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jennifer on November 1, 2010

It’s that time of year again. The month of November heralds a whole host of online community events. From National Novel Writing Month to National Blog Post Month to Movember there is no shortage to the types of events in which one can participate. For year 4 of NaPodPoMo, I have chosen to podcast about […]

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jennifer on August 17, 2009

There seems to be this perception that only a select group of folks can create community events. This could not be further from the truth. There is no secret club or handshake required for you or anyone to create a community event. Whether that’s a Tweetup or an UnConference. If you have an idea and […]

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