If you missed my live-stream video coverage from the fourth annual Green House Project Meeting and Celebration last week in Birmingham, Ala., please stay-tuned because we’ll be featuring the videos on The Green House Blog and ChangingAging soon.
In fact, one of the great features of using the streaming video service UStream Watershed is the ability to record your stream and instantly access the archived videos to download or embed. We’ve already shared Ustream clips of the Elders Rule! panel and the keynote address by Pioneer Network CEO Peter Reed.
This is the second Green House Project conference that I have covered with my social media assistant Joseph Popiolkowski, who moonlights from his day job as the Buffalo News’ social media producer. In addition to video production Joe and I split up and provided live-blogging coverage from several of the conferences key sessions. It was a great way to capture some of the great activity and news coming out of the conference and share it with a larger audience. Read our posts at The Green House Blog.
I can’t say enough good things about the diverse group of people and organizations who make up The Green House Project movement, from the host St. Martins in the Pines in Birmingham to the Green House Project support team at NCB Capital Impact. Green House model adopters come from all 50 states and represent the best non-profit, for profit and community-based organizations in their communities.
The Green House model is really about creating transformative social change and it’s been a privilege for me to play a major role in harnessing social media to support the model. I look forward to staying in touch with all my Green House friends via social media during the upcoming year.