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September 09, 2007


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Everyone did an amazing job this year in philly, especially the participants.

I want to make special mention of two people though, I don't mean to single them out.

Adam Plante and Rand Bradbury are not only my friends, but were the true backbone of Podcamp Philly. Adam's organizing and determination, and Rand's skill, talent, and heart kept Podcamp Philly alive and made it happen.

The Philly Podcamp was a lot of fun.

My previous barcamps were last year's wordcamp (for wordpress) in San Francisco, and barcampblock in Palo Alto a couple of weeks ago. I was getting a little jealous of all the barcamps and technology events happening on the West Coast, so it was great to hear from you Li, that podcamp was happening in Philadelphia.

I'm really happy to see that there is an active tech community in the Philadelphia area, with members like Drew, who commented above, and whose enthusiastic participation was hard to miss at the conference. It was good to see places like Independents Hall (http://www.indyhall.org/) opening in Philly, too.

Podcamp was informative, and it was a very enjoyable experience. Thanks for letting me know about it, Li.

BTW, the audience for your session really enjoyed your presentation. Well done.

Drew & Bill - Thanks so much for taking the time to comment and pointing out the stuff that I missed mentioning. :)

Drew - thank you for pointing out Adam and Rand, two people I didn't get to meet, but definitely deserve props! All of you put on an awesome event!

Thanks for the mention - just a quick note, my show is daily :)

I am so sorry my google alerts took so long to bring this to my attention!

I am so glad you had a great time at Podcamp Philly! The team did do an awesome job, and I am so proud of how everything turned out.

What's most important, of course, is the community.
And I have to agree with Drew- Adam and Rand are the backbone- they did so much and made things happen- they are the absolute best!

Wait 'til the next one!

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