Among the wonderful presenters we had lined up for WordCamp 2008 in Dallas were Neal Campbell and his wife Cali Lewis, the stars of GeekBrief.TV. They gave some interesting tips on how they use WordPress on their 7 Websites, and they demonstrated how they live stream video using their Nokia cell phone and Qik – the streaming video site.
The thing that I found most captivating was the way that Cali and Neal worked together like a team. You can tell that not only are they comfortable with one another, but they are old pros at putting themselves out there on stage. Very nice flow to their presentation, and something I hope one day to be able to emulate personally.
Lisa Marie Mary says
Yes, well, watching the WordCamp vids and GeekBrief.TV is a bit more productive than shooting virtual bubbles for hours and hours and hours on end… :P
John P. says
Lisa, you know I’ve always been good at wasting people’s time!
Lisa Marie Mary says
That was great! She’s adorable and has such a great spirit – I really like them. I hadn’t heard of them before this – I’m glad you introduced me to them. Of course, I spend so much time lately watching podcasts, video interviews, video how-to’s – I’m getting less and less work done….perhaps I should be mad at you! ;)
Peter Knight says
Hi, glad to have found you! at this moment I’m sitting at my computer in Cordoba Argentina – and watching you , Cali and Neal at WordCamp Dallas 2008… amazing! You did a great presentation. Thank you
Sasha T. says
I would really really like to watch this video also but I don’t have enough time today. Thanks for posting all the cool videos.
Hakukone Optimointi says
Seems pretty interesting. IMO it’s amazing that married couple can work together, my head would explode if I had to work with my gf.
Preparing to download all these cool videos as time permits, what a great resource. Looked at part of this one already, these folks are sharp.
Thanks for the info, I love GeekBrief.TV
I’ll watch both of these, KU is getting ready to play right now though so they will have to wait :D