Dave's Technology in the Arts Faves of 2009

It's the end of the semester here in TITA-land.  Corwin and Amelia are gone for the holidays, and we will be on hiatus until January 4th.  So in the spirit of reflection on the year that was 2009, I have cobbled together my favorite Technology in the Arts blog posts and podcasts. FAVORITE PODCAST EPISODES OF 2009

October 2009 - David and Corwin talk about Scott Kirsner's book Fans, Friends & Followers: Building an Audience and a Creative Career in the Digital Age.

July 2009 - Brad interviews arts marketing consultant Erik Gensler about Google Adwords, Facebook ads and more.

March 2009 - In honor of Friday the 13th, Brad and Jason take a bone-chilling look at some of the SCARIEST TECHNOLOGIES EVER!


Fear Not What "They" Will Say: Relingquishing Control and Opening Up the Conversation

iPhone Apps for Arts & Culture

What Google Wave Means for Arts Organizations

Prepare Ye the Way for the Digital Season Brochure

Why Net Neutrality is an Arts Advocacy Issue

Perform a Digital Identify Self-Exam

Tech + Art + Mobile + Money = A New Hope for Artsts and NPOs?

Protected? Online Content and Its Abuse

Arts Advocacy via YouTube

Social Media Intern: A Risk?

Who I Am...or, Who Am I?

Early Adopters: The Art World of Second Life

YouTube Symphony Orchestra

No Comment - Bloggers Should Let Their Readers Respond

...so from all of us at Technology in the Arts -- Happy Holidays.  We look forward to connecting with all of you again in 2010!