Vaudeville Puppets with Peter A. Cancilla & Bruce Garber

15 02 2016

Today I had the opportunity to chat with my friend Peter A. Cancilla ofVaudeville Puppets . Peter introduced me to a tech friend of his where we had an interesting conversation.
I hope to have more conversation with Peter and his friends in the future. Please enjoy this one of a kind fun interview.

To learn more about Peter and his Vaudeville Puppets please follow them on his Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/vaudeville.puppets
and their YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/vaudevillepictures

 

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BMM Boston Media Makers 10th year Anniversary

31 01 2015

I tried a media marker experiment. I used Snapchat to create a Snapchat story consisting of photos and video clips. Withe permission from The Boston Media Host Stave Garfield I used his meeting roll call video and some photos shared by the group via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms to create this short video.

Today it Boston Media Makers 10th Anniversary and we celebrated it with friends sharing similar interests over breakfast.

If your ever in or live the Boston area, Boston Media Makers meets the first Sunday of every month. We never cancel and the coffee is free.

To learm more about Boston Media Makers please visit http://BostonMediaMakers.com

We hope to meet you at a meeting soon.

 





Have a Snappy New Year

28 12 2014

Where will I be tonight?
Lets have FUN!
Take a selfie with me (The Snapchat Ghost) where ever you are or whatever your doing with whoever your with and share it on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #SnappyNewYear.

Have a safe and very Snappy New Year!

 





Through Your Eyes with William (Bill) Donovan

22 12 2013

Through Your Eyes with William (Bill) Donovan

click this photo to listen to the audio clip

Hello, I’m Bruce Garber highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things and this is Through Your Eyes.
Meet William (Bill) Donovan has had a relationship with the sea for more than 45 years. As retired lobsterman Bill is doing his part to keep the tradition alive by using his craftsmanship skills by making “Old Fashioned Hand-Made Wooden Lobster Bouys and Traps”. We hope you enjoy Bill stories of tradition of days past through his eyes.
You can do the same. Tell me what you have seen through your eyes. I want to hear your stories. I want to know what you have seen. It can be anything, stories of inspiration or motivation. It can be about the circle of life or a difference you or someone you know has made in some way.
Here’s what you can do. Record a video or audio file. It’s easy sit in front of you video or web camera, even in front of your cell phone camera. Use the audio recording app, most smart phones have and tell me your stories. Keep it to 3 minutes or less. And send it to me in a Facebook or a Google+ message. You can upload it to YouTube or Sound Cloud or any other platform you use and send me the link. I will gather these stories and share them as part of this new show Through Your Eyes.
By sending me your stories you are giving me permission to use them for broadcast on the show, on air or on line anyplace in the world.
Now think about it. You can tell me your story in a video, or if you’re camera shy record an audio clip. Use any method you like, we just want to hear and share what you have seen Through Your Eyes.
Thank you for sharing what you have seen, Through Your Eyes.

 





Through Your Eyes – What I’ve Seen with Tim Jones

22 12 2013

Through Your Eyes FULL with Tim Jones_12182013click this photo to listen to the audio clip

Hello, I’m Bruce Garber highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things and this is Through Your Eyes.
I’ve asked my friend Tim Jones what he has seen through his eyes and after some though Tim choose to tell me in a song. Here it is.
You can do the same. Tell me what you have seen through your eyes. It doesn’t have to be in a song like Tim did, but it can be, or it can be as simple as you just telling me your story.
I want to hear your stories. I want to know what you have seen. It can be anything, stories of inspiration or motivation. It can be about the circle of life or a difference you or someone you know has made in some way.
Here’s what you can do. Record a video or audio file. It’s easy sit in front of you video or web camera, even in front of your cell phone camera. Use the audio recording app, most smart phones have and tell me your stories. Keep it to 3 minutes or less. And send it to me in a Facebook or a Google+ message.
You can upload it to YouTube or Sound Cloud or any other platform you use and send me the link. I will gather these stories and share them as part of this new show Through Your Eyes.
By sending me your stories you are giving me permission to use them for broadcast on the show, on air or on line anyplace in the world.
Now think about it. You can tell me your story in a video, or if you’re camera shy record an audio clip.
Use any method you like, we just want to hear and share what you have seen Through Your Eyes.
Thank you for sharing what you have seen, Through Your Eyes.

 





Through Your Eyes – Explained

22 12 2013

Through Your Eyes_bruceKgarber_Coffee_Aclick this photo to listen to the audio clip

Hello, I’m Bruce Garber highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things and this is Through Your Eyes. Let me explain.

We all have been born with two eyes, well most of us have. But we all see things differently. We all have different experiences, sometime because of where you live in the world or what you do. Sometimes, because of interest or culture.

Here’s what I’m thinking.
I want to hear your stories. I want to know what you have seen. It can be anything, stories of inspiration or motivation. It can be about the circle of life or a difference you or someone you know has made in some way.
Here’s what I want you to do.
Record a video or audio file. It’s easy sit in front of you video or web camera, even in front of your cell phone camera. Use the audio recording app, most smart phones have and tell me your stories. Keep it to 3 minutes or less. And send it to me in a Facebook or a Google+ message. You can upload it to YouTube or Sound Cloud or any other platform you use and send me the link. I will gather these stories and share them as part of this new show Through Your Eyes.
By sending me your stories you are giving me permission to use them for broadcast on the show, on air or on line anyplace in the world.
As I said, most of us have been born with two eyes, however what, if you were not. Most of us take sight for granted. Maybe you lost your sight for some reason or were born blind. What have you seen.
Now think about it. You can tell me your story in a video, or if you’re camera shy record an audio clip.
Use any method you like, we just want to hear and share what you have seen Through Your Eyes.
Thank you for sharing what you have seen Through Your Eyes.





CC Chapman spoke at Boston Media Makers

1 12 2013
CC Chapman 12012013 by Steve Garfield

click this photo to listen to the audio clip

CC Chapman spoke at todays monthly Boston Media Makers breakfast meeting hosted by Steve Garfield . Here’s a clip from that talk.

If your ever in or live in the greater Boston area Boston Media Makers meets the first Sunday of every month at Doyle’s Cafe in Jamaica Plain. Hope to see you at a meeting soon.

To learn more about Boston Media Makers please visit http://bostonmediamakers.com/

To learn more about C.C. Chapman please visit http://www.cc-chapman.com/speaking/

Photo shared with permission by Steve Garfield http://stevegarfield.com/

Link to Steve Garfield’s original photo http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevegarfield/11156810814/








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