Steve Garfield’s Video Experiment at IMS09

Two days, 70 speakers, 20+ hours of content… Inbound Marketing Summit was excellent and my brain is still processing everything I tried to jam into it this week. I’ll let things marinate for a bit and post my reactions to certain sessions and my overall impressions of the conference in the next few days, but I wanted to share my video from Steve Garfield’s “Video Experiment” Thursday.

Garfield is a pioneer in video podcasting and spoke to the IMS crowd about mobile video broadcasting, citizen journalism and Jimmy Fallon (they’re buds, sorta). Garfield invited anyone at IMS who was capable of shooting video to come to the front of the room with their device and record. I used my point-and-shoot camera, a Canon PowerShot SD1100.

It was very “meta”, very echo chamber and very absurd, but fun to do nonetheless.

Here’s the video Steve recorded from his iPhone on the stage (with my new pal Nate Riggs in the screen shot):

And here’s what I recorded:

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