Time for the first ever DCR Facebook Live event!
Tomorrow (or today, depending on your locale) I’ll be doing a question and answer (Q&A) on Facebook Live. So bring all those saved up questions about sports tech goodness (or life in Paris, or whichever cupcake flavor is best) and I’ll be hanging around right in the DCR Cave to answer them!
It’ll be a fun test of some new camera technology by Mevo (here’s my unboxing video on it) that integrates with Facebook Live, so that’ll definitely be a (hopefully successful) part of it! Plus, if you’ve been missing your weekly dose of the DCR Podcast, this should help alleviate your anxiety until co-host Ben can return from his summer soul searching in an RV across America trip.
But more than tech Q&A – it should be fun. It’s possible there will be alcohol involved. I mean, it’s Happy Hour my time and all – and it’s summer on a Friday. Speaking of times, here’s the time zones:
Central European Time (That’s me!): 4PM (16:00)
London and related Time: 3PM (15:00)
US East Coast Time: 10AM
US West Coast Time: 7AM
Sydney Time: 2AM Saturday (sorry!)
Dubai Time: 8PM (20:00)
Ok, everyone else can figure it out pretty easily from the above. Or, you can just follow along on Twitter, and I’ll tweet it out about 15 minutes prior. And of course, if you’re on Facebook following the DC Rainmaker Facebook page, you’ll get notified too – depending on your Facebook settings.
Finally, in theory you’ll be able to watch it right here! I should be able to embed it down below this section (Update: Or not…just click below). But just in case that doesn’t quite work, then hit up the Facebook page.
Update: Here’s the recording you can watch anytime!
If things are interesting enough to folks, perhaps we’ll make it a more regular occurrence. Oh…and maybe…just maybe…The Girl will make an appearance. We’ll see!
With that – see ya tomorrow!
P.S. – Since many of you during the broadcast asked about the camera, here’s the unboxing and detailed YouTube video I did on it:
(Note: You do NOT need a Facebook account to watch a Facebook Live broadcast, it’s a public/open URL.)