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Thursday
Dec 18, 2008
The Digital Divide Radio Show

How do the latest technologies affect our communities? How can we use science to benefit society and how do we keep it from harming us?

KBOO's The Digital Divide is a public affairs radio show that attempts to answer these questions and ask a few of our own through interviews, recordings, and commentary. The show touches upon such issues as open source, privacy, transparency, intellectual property, free speech, accessibility, hacking, net neutrality, file sharing, piracy, social networking, pollution, bioethics and more.

This month, the Digital Divide looks at the environment and what technology is doing to help or harm it.

We speak with a pioneering nonprofit that is battling the growing amount of eWaste, and talk to a justice organization on just how green many of the next generation energy technologies really are.

Contact [email protected] if you'd like to get involved.

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Friday
Jan 30, 2009
John Metta et al RE ORblogs
Strange Love Live Studios

http://www.mogulus.com/strangelovelive

Join us for a show about a site we’ve all been waiting for. John Metta, Patrick Lightbody and AJ “linuxaid” will join us to talk about the fate of ORblogs!

Friday
Dec 11, 2009
Digital Divide Radio Looks at the Science of Climate Change
KBOO 90.7 FM and streaming online

In the aftermath of damaging hacked emails between climate scientists, and as global leaders and community activists converge in Copenhagen, we take a step away from the politics to look at the science behind studying climate change. While global warming has risen in the past decades from being viewed as a crazy idea from the environmental left to a global concern unifying the nations of the world, skeptics still claim that "bad science" is being used to support this effort.

We hear from Andrew Rice, a professor of physics at Portland State University, to learn exactly what concepts and techniques scientists have used to produce data that supports the evidence that climate change is occurring in direction that will negatively impact the planet.

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Saturday
Sep 22, 2012
The .NET Rocks! Visual Studio 2012 Launch Road Trip!
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

.NET Rocks is coming to Portland! Get your tickets NOW!!! Saturday, September 22 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

Please Sign Up At http://dotnetrockspdx.eventbrite.com/


Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell are taking the show on tour and we are one of the first stops!

Here in Portland, we will be having special guest ROCK STARS Chris Sells and Scott Hanselman recording a live .NET Rocks show with Carl and Richard.

Following that, Richard and Carl will each do a presentation around building modern applications on the Windows platform. Carl leans toward development and client-side technology and Richard leans toward DevOps and server-side technology.

Qdoba will be catering the event for us thanks to a generous donation by Telerik! *

Finally, after the event, we will retire to a local haunt for some beverages and further conversation!

This is going to be a blast!

If you are interested in more details or other stops the tour will be making, visit the NET Rocks site.

Don't forget to tweet about the event! Use the #dnrRoadTrip hashtag.

* Food will be served near the beginning of the event

Thanks to: .NET Rocks Visual Studio 2012 Launch Road Trip http://dotnetrocks.com/roadtrip.aspx

Telerik http://www.telerik.com/

PADNUG http://padnug.org/

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Wednesday
Jul 8, 2015
Partially Derivative Happy Hour!
White Owl Social Club

Hey gang! Chris and Jonathon are in Portland this week. Come hang out with other data geeks for a few drinks!

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Wednesday
Sep 30, 2015
Portland Podcast Cooperative
Nedspace Morrison

First we'll meet and chat from 4:30pm-5:15pm

We'll then have a guest that will offer us some useful advice (15-ish minutes worth) in either making your podcast sound better, editing tips, producing insights, etc...

Then we'll devolve back into talking, comments, cliches, commentary, controversy, chatter, chit-chat, chit-chat, chit-chat, conversation, babble, burble, banter, bicker bicker bicker, brouhaha, balderdash, ballyhoo.

If it goes later than 6:30pm...we'll go to a bar....like Multnomah Whiskey Library...which is right next door. And drink...and talk more.

Here's from the groups about us description: This meetup group is meant for people who create (or are interested in creating) interesting, innovative and oftentimes thought provoking podcasts. If you are a podcast host, producer, writer, actor/actress, storyteller, editor, mixer, musician, engineer, SFX specialist, content creator, this may be for you. If you're looking for collaborators, partners, fellow idea people, this is a group of people who all share a similar passion. Podcasting that allows for very personal storytelling, journalism and streetwise conversations in audio format.

Please RSVP using the link above

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Thursday
Dec 17, 2015
Breaking the Grid: Technology & Transportation live podcast
Simple

Join Oregon Walks, the Community Cycling Center and BikePortland.org for an evening of fun, food, drinks and CONVERSATION! This month's BikePortland podcast will be LIVE and is focused on the intersection of Technology and Transportation, moderated by Bike Portland's Michael Andersen and joined by:

Chris Smith- Portland Planning & Sustainability Commissioner, Portlandtransport.org William Henderson - founder of Knock Software and the new Ride app Mychal Tetteh - CEO of the Community Cycling Center Noel Mickelberry - Executive Director of Oregon Walks

RSVP by supporting Oregon Walks and the CCC: Donate $10 each to BOTH Oregon Walks and Community Cycling Center through the Willamette Week Give!Guide to attend. giveguide.org/#oregonwalks / giveguide.org/#communitycyclingcenter

**Are you a BikePortlander? (BikePortland.org blog member) The first ten BikePortlander's to RSVP have a free ticket reserved.

While you listen enjoy a Los Gorditos taco buffet and complimentary beer, cider and wine bar, courtesy of Hopworks Urban Brewery, Lagunitas Brewery, and Reverend Nat's.

Space is limited so RSVP through our ticket site is required! http://goo.gl/forms/76SoOcqsyz

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Thursday
Jun 9, 2016
Portland Podcast Cooperative: Mingle, Chat with Roustabouts & Dr. Kiki Too
NedSpace Broadway

Hey Fellow Podcasters

Let's meet again and chat, shall we? It's about time.

We're overdue.

On Thursday June 9th, at the glorious new NedSpace location on SW Washington we're gonna have a full on podcast hootenanny. There will be ample time for some mingling, chatting, talking, inspiration and perhaps even some overall fiddle-faddle. So, RSVP now and come get yourself some podcast connecting done.

One thing, you can take a look at Portland's first podcast studio, AKA Bigfoot Podcast Studio. Full of audio devices galore and the sweet, sweet sounds of a padded room for podcast recording goodness.

Also, during the evening, we'll be hearing some podcast insights from Dr. Kiki Sanford hostess of This Week in Science (TWIS) is a weekly, hour-long web and radio show presenting an humorous, often opinionated, and irreverent look at the week in science and technology. In each episode, TWIS discusses the latest in cutting-edge science news on topics such as genetic engineering, stem cells, cybernetics, epigenetics, space exploration, neuroscience, microbiology, the end of the world, and a show favorite – Countdown to World Robot Domination.

TWIS broadcasts weekly at 8:00pm Pacific Time on Wednesdays. Oh yeah, the show has been running weekly for over 10 years, and has recorded over 565 episodes. Yowza. How does she do it? How to they make money? What have they learned from 10 years in the podcasting biz? G-Spot science, sperm updates, dinos and dung beetles, dirty wine...they cover it all.

Dr. Kiki will share some thoughts and ideas on podcasting and her podcasting adventures. Then a little Q&A, then back to more mingling and whatnot.

Casual and fun.

Be there or be square...space.

Puhlease RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/Portland-Podcast-Cooperative/events/231025933/

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Saturday
Nov 12, 2016
Podcast Unconference
NedSpace Broadway

The Portland Podcast Cooperative is hosting Portland’s first Podcast Unconference revolving around the theme of podcasting.

Limited to the first 50 people

The Event What you don’t need is another presentation, books, or itineraries planned months ahead of time. Instead, what we all really seek when coming to an event is personal value. The best and most meaningful memories come from when we walk away with thought provoking discussions, new relationships, and those do not happen while sitting in lecture. They happen in the discussions that go on amongst the attendees.

The Goal The goal of this unconference is to bring forth the brightest minds in the community that feel strongly around the topic of podcasting in its many versions. Then from there, to open a new doorway for opportunities to connect and learn, all while having fun and making it what you want it to be.

The Facilitator Megan O'Leary the Director of Member Services from OEN is going to facilitate the whole unconference event. A great experienced facilitator makes the event, so prepare yourself for a wonderful time.

9:00am-10:00am Coffee & networking 10:00-11:00am Overview and group agenda setting 11:00-11:45am Session 1 11:45am-12:30pm Session 2 12:30pm-1:30pm Lunch 1:30pm-2:15pm Session 3 2:15pm-3:30pm Session 4 3:30pm-4:00pm Closing remarks

Lunch is included. Capiche.

So, what exactly is an ‘Unconference?’ Think of this as an open conference that is driven by its participants. Unlike traditional conferences, an unconference allows for flexibility, open discussion, and debate, all fueled by its attendees. Innovative conversations with some of the brightest people, important purposes and tasks discussed without any formal agenda, and unplanned dialogue led by ultimately what peaks your interest most.

Why attend? This is your chance to learn from others, seek out answers, and openly ask questions to what matters most to you.

Come to build a collaborative network, establish partnerships, and be in a close community of people that value the same or similar topics of discussion.

Open your awareness to new ideas for yourself or your business.

Be exposed to new trends, latest issues, new projects, emerging businesses and tools..

Unconferences are proven to be highly productive for whatever issues people feel most strongly about. EXPECT fascinating questions, surprising results, inspiring quotes of laughter, and hard work.

How Does it Work? Simple, we provide the theme — podcasting. When you arrive, we will kick off with an ice-breaker, introduce everyone, then break off into building the day's agenda around your needs, interests, and areas of expertise.

The sessions will be broken up into 30-minute discussions and spaces are reserved for gatherings that happen throughout the day.

Who should attend? If you took the time to read through all of this, then YOU! The event is open to anyone with an interest in the topic. The goal is to bring a diverse mix of individuals and professionals from all industries and stages of their podcast. Whether you’re a podcast producer, podcast talent, CEO, a startup founder, possible podcast maker with a new idea, or simply just have interest in the topic of podcasting, we welcome you to join us.

All NedSpace events have a Code of Conduct which all participants, members, partners, visitors, vendors, guests must abide by.

Organizers

Megan O’Leary - OEN Director of Membership Services

As Director of Membership Services, Megan manages recruitment, retention and educational programming for OEN’s statewide network. She is focused on providing an excellent and beneficial experience for members, connecting them to resources and building a strong and thriving community.

Megan has over 13 years of professional experience which began as an AmeriCorps Member with the education organization City Year. This began 10 years in the education space where she developed programs, managed staff, trained volunteers, raised money and executed special events. In 2011, she was selected to lead the start-up of City Year’s 22nd U.S. location in Sacramento and successfully opened the doors in 6 months. Megan came to Oregon in 2013 where she most recently was leading Community Affairs for global nonprofit Idealist.org’s Portland office. Megan holds a BA from The University of Arizona and is a proud member of her alma mater’s Wildcat for Life Alumni Leadership Council. She currently serves as Board Chair for YNPN Portland.

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Saturday
Dec 10, 2016
STREAM PDX 24-Hour Podcast Challenge (UPDATE: Friday cancelled, now Saturday only)
XOXO Outpost
UPDATE: Friday cancelled due to weather!
The entire challenge will now take place on Saturday only

Create, record, edit, produce and premiere an episode of your podcast... in 24 hours!

So you want to start a podcast? Come to the STREAM PDX 24-Hour Podcast Challenge! Kick off the creation of your podcast by creating the first episode here in just 24 hours, and premiere it at the launch party on Saturday evening!

Friday December 9 & Saturday December 10, 2016

The 24-Hour Podcast Challenge brings together people passionate about telling great stories through audio. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, the Podcast Challenge is the perfect event for making your dream a reality or just having fun! Bring a team, find partners at the Friday night kickoff party, or work solo.

How it works

On Friday night, we'll give an overview of the next 24 hours, and share some simple tips you can use to get started on your podcast episode. You can record on your phones, borrow field recorders, or book time in the STREAM PDX studio! Remember, simply using a better microphone won't help you tell a better story.

By dinner Saturday evening, the showcase begins and the fun continues! You'll finish editing the episode by 5pm, submit it for the evening show, and then relax and enjoy the rest of the night! Starting at 7pm the event is open to the public, and we'll premiere each team's podcast episode! Invite your friends to hear your creation and enjoy food and drinks!

More details and registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stream-pdx-24-hour-podcast-challenge-tickets-29592993440

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STREAM PDX Party and 24-Hour Podcast Challenge Screening
XOXO Outpost

Join us for an evening of food, drink, and warm creative people.

This is bound to be the foremost, unparalleled, absolutely amazing, super cool, geek out podcast, storytelling, audio maker party in Portland this year! Come mingle with your fellow audio makers and audio fans.

We have big plans for the future and need your support to get there!

At the party, we will be screening the 1st Annual 24-Hour Podcast Challenge entries. Teams will form the evening of the 9th and then spend all day Saturday creating a work of audio. You'll be the first to hear these amazing stories at the party.

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Friday
Nov 17, 2017
Publishing Your Podcast
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

Once you've finished editing the first episode of your podcast, what's next? In this class, Aaron Parecki will teach you how to go from a finished audio file to a published podcast that people can find and subscribe to in their favorite podcast apps. You'll learn how to prepare the podcast feed for publishing, how to add episodes to the feed, how to create your podcast artwork, and what it takes to prepare the media files for publishing.

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Wednesday
Nov 29, 2017
Podcast Editing in Audacity
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

Darius Kazemi, host of JoJo's Bizarre Explainer, will walk you through a primer on editing and exporting podcast-quality audio using the free Audacity software.

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Thursday
Dec 7, 2017
Podcast Interviewing Techniques
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

Brock Dittus of the Sprocket Podcast will cover an introduction to recording conversational or formal interviews for episodic media, covering personal style, crafting effective questions, and creating a comfortable atmosphere.

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Tuesday
Dec 12, 2017
Podcast Editing in Audacity
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

Darius Kazemi, host of JoJo's Bizarre Explainer, will walk you through a primer on editing and exporting podcast-quality audio using the free Audacity software.

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Tuesday
Dec 19, 2017
Cancelled: Publishing Your Podcast
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

Once you've finished editing the first episode of your podcast, what's next? In this class, Aaron Parecki will teach you how to go from a finished audio file to a published podcast that people can find and subscribe to in their favorite podcast apps. You'll learn how to prepare the podcast feed for publishing, how to add episodes to the feed, how to create your podcast artwork, and what it takes to prepare the media files for publishing.

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Wednesday
Mar 14
Workshop: Starting a Podcast
Hatch

Podcasting is one of the most accessible ways to build a brand and get your voice out to public.

In this introductory course, Hatch Innovation's Channelsmith, Collin Gabriel, will help you understand the gear, software, and service options you will need to get your podcast off the ground. From low cost/no cost options to premium services, this will be a fast paced review of what it takes to establish your RSS stream on the channels available, obtain high quality sound, and the best options to conduct interviews remotely.

Soon you will be entertaining earballs everywhere and adding to the diversity of voices that make podcasts such an awesome tool for learning.

Bring: You should bring a laptop and a willingness to learn! You do not need to know anything about programming.

Instructor: Collin Gabriel, Hatch Innovation's Channelsmith

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