It’s been a pretty productive day today. As you can see from my new lifestream (www.josephtame.com – how about that, my entire life reduced to a single rss feed!), I’ve been pretty busy.
This morning I picked up a pretty decent camcorder from someone in Shimbashi – that was offered to me for free after I put out a request on Tokyo Freecycle. The tape bit is a bit dodgy but I’ll mainly be using it linked up to my macbook pro. Thank you Greg for that.
I did some washing, finally managed to buy some bird food after weeks of trying, got my hair cut, and got the first two episodes of my second new podcast series, www.japantechshow.com, out of the door. I created this podcast in response to complaints that there was too much tech in Japan Podshow.
Episode one features an interview I did with @karamoon, log-time mumbler and organiser of Tokyo Barcamp 2009, which is shaping up to be an amazing event. I’ve been really inspired by how he has pulled it together in such a short space of time.
Episode two is the full version of the short interview we featured in episode two of www,japanpodshow.com. In this longer interview, Nick talks about the history of Japansoc.com and japansoc.org, and gives a hint as to where future growth may come from.
Tonight I must get this video I have lying around done. It has to be done today or it will become irrelevant, and I put so much effort into filming it it would be a complete waste!
On with the show!
P.s. want to see an idiot shouting into his mic in Shibuya? Check out this video shot last week at Hachiko.
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Just watched the Hachiko bit… you should apply for a job at Globetrekker, or start your own production company and do travel/tourism shows around Japan!
ha, thank you! Need a lot more practice first!