[Mm-friends] What would you like to see in 2011?
chriswright11 at verizon.net
Mon Dec 27 19:01:26 GMT 2010
Here are some ideas:
1. a CSS tutorial
2. a tutorial on Drupal and/or Wordpress
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From: "Jamie Pauls" <jamiepauls at sbcglobal.net>
To: <mm-friends at acbradio.org>
Sent: Monday, December 27, 2010 12:57 PM
Subject: [Mm-friends] What would you like to see in 2011?
> Greetings all:
> As I ponder how Main Menu should look in the coming year, it occurs to me
> that you all should help me decide. The way I see it, if you are
> to this list then you probably are a regular or at least semiregular
> listener to the show, and your input is most valuable. One thing I would
> like to focus on over the next year are some demos that fit into a
> format. This means that we would not be able to cover a subject in depth,
> but we could certainly give people a jump-start with regards to using a
> product. There is a lot of content on the Internet in the way of podcasts
> and the like, but many times a person must listen to hours and hours of
> content to glean the information they are looking for. Think with me if
> will about podcasts where the presenter is obviously discovering new
> about the product being reviewed as the podcast is being recorded. This is
> not a bad thing in the context of a podcast, but not desireable for radio.
> Material will be covered systematically and research will be done
> I would like for much more content to be exclusive to Main Menu next year.
> That doesn't mean that we won't rebroadcast really top-quality podcasts;
> would be crazy not to, but we will certainly focus more on material
> exclusively for Main Menu.
> What I need from you on this list are ideas of software, hardware, etc.
> either has not been covered at all or has not been covered properly in
> opinion. Also, any how-to suggestions would be in order e.g. how do I set
> an email account on my iPhone.
> We will certainly cover breaking news and continue interviewing
> people in the assistive technology field, and we will broadcast interviews
> from ACB conventions; all the things you have come to expect, but I really
> would like to focus on these bite-size demos for the coming year.
> I plan to write down and organize ideas that come from this list. Nothing
> too crazy to throw out, and discussion among list members is welcome.
> With that said, let the discussion begin!
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