Who Wants a T-Shirt?by Darren Barefoot ( )
During the day, we fielded several requests to buy t-shirts. We decided not to sell them at the event, because we didn't want to complicate our already busy day. We'll know better next year.
That said, if there's enough demand, we could do a small run of the t-shirts for interested parties. So, if you want a t-shirt, please leave a comment with your name, your desired size and amount. Keep in mind that the women's t-shirts seem to fit a bit small.
We probably wouldn't include the sponsor's logos on the back, and whether we keep the NV logo is up for grabs.
The Official Feedback Threadby Darren Barefoot ( )
Got something to say about your experiences at Northern Voice? Got a suggestion to make it better next year? Comment below. Obviously, lots of folks are talking about their experiences on their own weblogs, which is great. However, if you don't have a blog, or would prefer to post here, go right ahead.
If you've got private feedback, feel free to email us.
Content Feeds and Searches for Northern Voiceby Darren Barefoot ( )
Want to know what people are saying about the conference?
Brian and I on the CBCby Darren Barefoot ( )
Cross-posted from DarrenBarefoot.com.
This morning Brian Lamb and I rose at a ridiculous hour to talk to Rick Cluff on the Early Edition about Northern Voice and blogging. Despite our grogginess (well, at least my grogginess) and gravelly voices, I don't think we embarrassed ourselves too badly:
I'm also going to be doing a follow-up open line session on blogging with BC Almanac next Monday from 1:00 - 2:00pm.
As is so often the case with media coverage, when it rains it pours. We also got a piece on blogging (with more of a corporate focus, expiring link) in the Business section of today's paper. Conference volunteer and Capulet star Lindsay took one for the team and had her photo taken among the conference t-shirts.
Hossein â€œHoderby Roland Tanglao ( )
I am blown away by the depth and breadth of the speakers, panelists and attendees at Northern Voice. The latest is famed Persian language blogger Hossein â€œHoder