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Recordings of Kelley Armstrong, Cory Doctorow, Cat Rambo at ConFusion

I got around to doing some sound processing and posting at the SFOHA site (Science Fiction Oral History Association). There are six panel recordings that all have some fascinating ideas. These were recorded January 23rd through the 25th earlier this year. ConFusion is long running con with a rich history. This year’s con was called Cryptic ConFusion. Next years con is I See By My ConFusion. It happens January 22-24 2010 at the Detroit-Troy Marriott.

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Sat Jan 24 10am
Plot: What turns great ideas into short stories or novels?
Description: We all know where ideas come from, don’t we? But what are we supposed to do with them after that? How do we translate those ideas into successful stories and novels? Come and find out!
(Kelley Armstrong, Violette Malan [M], Paul Melko, Catherine Shaffer and Sandee Rodriguez)

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Sat Jan 24 11am
Did Captain Kirk own a wallet?
Economics and SF how has science fiction has portrayed economics of the future over the years how have things changed, what are some of the enduring themes?
(Cory Doctorow, Tobias Buckell [M], Philip Edward Kaldon, Paul Melko and Matthew Stewart-Fulton)

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Sat Jan 24 12pm
Setting: Haven’t I been here before?
How important is setting to a reader’s understanding and enjoyment of the story? Is setting the real difference between S and SF? Are we overusing the settings we have, and are there any new ones?
(Violette Malan [M], Karl Schroeder, Catherine Shaffer, Doselle Young and Jim Frenkel)

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Sat Jan 24 1PM
Meet the New Boss: Young adult SF
How it is the same and different from adult SF and how it has evolved over the years and where it is going. Will it overtake Paranormal Romance and become the next big thing?
(Cory Doctorow, Kelley Armstrong, Anne Harris [M], Jim Frenkel, Doselle Young, Steven Harper Piziks)

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Sat Jan 24 3pm
Big Brother is Watching You!
Personal privacy in the electronic age we now have or will have chips on everything we own including pets, where is this all going? Is it a good thing or a bad thing?
(Cory Doctorow, David Rozian, Steve Buchheit, Karl Schroeder [M], Catherine Shaffer)

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Sun Jan 25 12pm
Podcasting — the future of it
(Cat Rambo, Matthew Stewart-Fulton, Alexander Bouchard, and Rick Jackson)

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New SFOHA site and recordings

Science Fiction Oral History Association

Science Fiction Oral History Association

Some of you may know that I’m the president of the non-profit organization, Science Fiction Oral History Association. Well we had a board meeting on Sunday and it inspired me to work on the site tonight. There’s a lot of content to be added but there also four recordings posted there from Penguicon 2009. They all have me as panelist. But that doesn’t make them all bad ;). Check out the site at SFOHA.org. The recordings are:

Copywhat Copyrights! Open Source Licensing in Literature

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Creating a Wikinomic Online Community

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Legal Issues and Podcasting

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Selling Your Soul – Marketing Your Work on a Limited Budget

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Creating a Wikinomic Online Community – Recording

I did a panel with Sarah Elkins at Penguicon this Spring. Penguicon is the Science Fiction/Open Source Convention. I got to play the ignorant newbie (wow, what a stretch 😉 ) when it comes to creating Wiki communities. Fortunately for me, Sarah agreed to do the panel with me and was on top of the subject.

I’m started processing some recordings to place on the Science Fiction Oral History Association website. I’m currently the president of SFOHA. Progress has been slower than I expected on the site, but I’m now putting some energy into it.

Listen to the panel discussion …

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Thanks again to Sarah for keeping it real :)

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