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New Technology Project — chime in on the topic!

January 10th, 2016 Comments off

Thinking on a new project for the New Year…  
What is your biggest problem/issue/success with technology?

What do you wish technology could help you accomplish?

How could technology make life easier for you and yours?

What small/large task would you like to see technology address?

I am keeping the questions very general for now to see where the conversation goes?

What are your thoughts? Add a comment!

Douglas

Seeing Differently: A Bit of Morning Zen [Slow Motion Video]

December 13th, 2015 Comments off
Categories: Food, New Media, Podcast, Show, Video Tags:

Noted: 5 Simple Cinematography Hacks for Under $50

November 4th, 2015 Comments off

Listen to Ghosts of the internet 2015!

October 31st, 2015 Comments off

Just in time to stream and scream for a Happy Halloween!!

Listen to Ghosts of the Internet

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Ghosts of the Internet Number 9

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Boo-tiful time For Ghosts of the Internet Number Nine! – View the Blog!

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Great Stories, Bad Jokes and Spooky Poems were read!

Number Nine went Fine!

And now it’s ONLINE!!

 

Bonus Content to come!

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New Photos Every Day! – Follow Douglas E. Welch on Instagram

October 7th, 2015 Comments off
Categories: Art, New Media, Photos Tags:

Video Rewind for September 2015 – What did you miss on DouglasEWelch .com? — 21 Videos [Video]

October 5th, 2015 Comments off
Categories: Careers, Garden, New Media, Podcasting, Show, Video Tags:

My Work 1: Acting Archivist for The John Braheny Archive on the Craft and Business of Songwriting

September 22nd, 2015 Comments off

Due to the wide and differing nature of the work I do, I am often asked by friends and acquaintances, “What are you doing now?” This blog series will keep you informed and up-date-date on some of my bigger projects, blogs, podcast and more! — Douglas


The John Braheny Archive on the Craft and Business of Songwriting

The John Braheny Archives on the Craft and Business of Songwriting

I have been long-time friend with John and JoAnn Braheny and when John passed away 2 years ago, we immediately started discussing an archive of John’s long work as “The Songwriter’s Best Friend.”

“The John Braheny Archives on the Craft & Business of Songwriting, contains audio interviews, videos, photos, documents, articles and miscellany from the early 1970’s to the mid-1990’s.

John, along with friend and partner, Len H. Chandler, Jr., creators and co-directors of The LA Songwriters Showcase (a non-profit organization for the purpose of discovering and promoting songwriters) which held weekly meetings in Hollywood, California, plus The Songwriters Expo, (an  annual multi-event conference), from which many others throughout the country were modeled. There are articles and interviews from their monthly publication, The Musepaper.

John was a songwriter and performer in the 1960’s. The music “scene” in LA, during the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s is reflected here with all its excitement, especially driven by the community of songwriters along with those who worked in the industry at that time.

John wrote the best-selling book, The Craft & Business of Songwriting (F&W Publications), still used as a text in music departments of schools and universities.

Our intention is to provide as much info as possible to aid those who wish to do scholarly research, authors, documentarians, and those who wish to know how the industry worked in that time period. — JoAnn Braheny

In a recent push to get John’s archive of work cataloged and made available for researchers, I joined the project as the Acting Archivist for the collection. This has meant diving into documents, cassette tapes, audio, video, documents and publications from John’s long career. One minute I am digitizing a cassette tape interview with Lamont Dozier and later happening upon a photograph of John interviewing Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys. I’m never quite sure what I am going to find.

You can check out the first efforts of my work on the archive by visiting The John Braheny Archives on the Craft and Business of Songwriting.

 

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New Media Interchange 19: YouTube Launches Its Gaming Specific live streaming site and Does autoplay video force gruesome content on new media users?

August 31st, 2015 Comments off

 

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New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


New Media Interchange 19: YouTube Launches Its Gaming Specific live streaming site and Does autoplay video force gruesome content on new media users?

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New Media Interchange is part of the 3rd Pass Media Network which is launching a series of shows this week including Mindul(l) Media, The Render Break Report, New Media Interchange and More. You’ll find more information about 3rd Pass Media at http://3rdPass.Media.

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New Media Interchange 19: YouTube Launches Its Gaming Specific live streaming site and Does autoplay video force gruesome content on new media users?

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

  • YouTube Launches Its Gaming Specific live streaming site and companion apps
  • Does autoplay video force gruesome content on new media users?
  • Followups from past shows 
  • ..the next entries in myHardware Hotlist  and In the Classroom series.
  • See the complete show notes at 3rdPass.media

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including Jump Start Your Brain!: 50,000 Volts of Ideas for Cranking Your Cranium and Turning Your Dreams Into Reality by Doug Hall

Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


 

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Big Twitter Milestone! Can you bring my Twitter to 3000 followers? Just 2 away!

August 25th, 2015 Comments off

I noticed just now that I am only 2 away from hitting the 3000 followers point on my main Twitter account, douglaswelch.

Milestones are always fun to hit, so let me ask each of you to give me a chance to impress you with my Twitter content and give you a host of lovely photos, up-to-date content on garden, careers, technology and new media and more. Tell a friend, too!

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Big Twitter Milestone! Can you bring my Twitter to 3000 followers? Just 2 away!

New Media Interchange 18: Vertical Video… A Vice or Virtue? and more! [Audio Podcast]

August 25th, 2015 Comments off

From Careers in New Media and New Media Interchange

New Media interchange, my new show with 3rd Pass Media, is now available on iTunes. 

 

Please subscribe, review and rate via iTunes 


New Media Interchange is a podcast spotlighting various developments in New Media & focusing on the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. Hosted by Douglas E. Welch , pioneer podcaster, blogger and new media consultant.


New Media Interchange 18: Vertical Video… A Vice or Virtue?

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New Media Interchange is part of the 3rd Pass Media Network which is launching a series of shows this week including Mindul(l) Media, The Render Break Report, New Media Interchange and More. You’ll find more information about 3rd Pass Media at http://3rdPass.Media.

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New Media Interchange 18: Vertical Video… A Vice or Virtue?

This is New Media Interchange where we talk about the media world beyond mainstream television and radio, including podcasting, YouTube, live streaming, gaming and more. I’m your host, Douglas E. Welch, pioneer podcaster, blogger and writer.

In today’ show…

More after this…

Today’s show is brought to you by Audible.com. I love New Media like podcasting and YouTube, but I also love all types of books. If you love audio books you can support New Media Interchange and 3rdPass Media by starting your free 30-day trial with Audible today. Choose from over 100,000 books, Including Michelangelo and the Pope’s Ceiling by Ross King

 

Visit AudibleTrial.com/3rdpass or use the link in the show notes today.


 

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