Author James Patrick Kelly 2010

24 10 2010

On October 23, 2010 I had the opportunity to meet Jim Kelly at PodCamp New Hampshire 2010. As PodCampNH ended for the day a few of us walkedfrom the camp to the the RiverRun Bookstore around the corned where Jim granted me this interview.


video by: Bruce Garber from bruceKgarber.com

James Patrick Kelly has had an eclectic writing career.nbsp; He has written novels, short stories, essays, reviews, poetry, plays and planetarium shows. His fiction has been translated into sixteen languages. In 2007 he won the Nebula Award, given by the Science Fiction Writers of America, for his novella “Burn” and the World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Award twice: in 1996, for his novelette “Think Like A Dinosaur” and in 2000, for his novelette, “Ten to the Sixteenth to One. [from James Patrick Kelly web site – http://www.jimkelly.net]

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Follow Friday Video #34

22 10 2010

My friend Patrick Hughes of Visual Post broadcasts a follow Friday video each week. Patrick invites guest on the show to talk social media, tools, tips and tricks to help you get your message out and to ask the question who are you following and why should we follow them.

Patrick invited me onto his show and I finally had the opportunity all the way from Japan.

I hope you enjoy both Patrick’s follow list as well as mine.

Bruce’s Picks

Patrick’s Pick’s

Be sure to follow Patrick on twitter @eastofprov.

And follow me on twitter @bruceKgarber.





Go The Distance TV visits Tokyo, Yonezawa, Yamagata City Japan meeting interesting people along the way

11 10 2010

I have a show called Go The Distance TV where I like “highlighting ordinary people doing extra ordinary things”.

Go The Distance TV features ordinary people who have done extraordinary things with their lives. The hope is that by sharing their stories, others will come away inspired and motivated to find ways to “Go The Distance” in their own lives.

Because of the name of the show Go The Distance TV, I thought it would be interesting to highlight Japan, the sights, places, people and culture visited on this trip. We meet some very interesting people along the way and had fun doing it.

I hope you enjoy the show.





Tokyo Tower

10 10 2010

On my last night in Japan I traveled back to Tokyo from Yonezawa, Yamagata City. My flight home was early the next morning. However that night was a great night. The autumn weather was fantastic and I took a walk to the Tokyo Tower. It’s such a world wide recognized landmark and fun to visit. I have been to the tower many times before but could not let an other opportunity pass by. I hope you enjoy virtually coming along with me and have some fun along the way. Thank you for watching.





Hard Rock Cafe Tokyo

10 10 2010

Hard Rock Cafe Tokyo on my last night in Japan. It was fun to come across it again its just as cool in Tokyo as it is in America.





tv asihi CH5 – Tokyo TV

10 10 2010

On my last night in Tokyo the weather was fantastic and I went for a walk. Came across tv asahi and you know me. It was like a magnet pulling me in. Take a walk with me as see tv asahi CH5 Tokyo.





Nobuyuki-san Wood Carving Craftsman Japan

3 10 2010

Nobuyuki Takahashi a master wood carver (Sasano Ittobori). Nobuyuki-san has been carving Otakapoppo for 35 years now and highly recognized in Japan and around the world for his craftsmanship skills. Although Nobuyuki Takahashi pieces are simple, it takes a great deal of skill to create objects of the highest quality. His travels took him to Disneyland in Calif., on six different occasions, where his demonstrations were popular and onlookers were full of curiosity as they watched him create a bird with a layer of beautiful feathers using only his chisel and a log. We hope your inspired by Nobuyuki Takahashi skills. To See the complete video please visit Go The Distance TV. You will also find other interesting videos here from Japan.








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