Monthly Archives: April 2014
The Murray Utah Biking HOA
Thanks +DENNIS N. DUCE and +GomBoc.Me for producing this weekly “Hangout On Air In Real Life”
Kirk Sherrod on G+ http://goo.gl/M0QDmT
Jerks Bike SHop on G+ http://goo.gl/U4ghDU
Dennis N. Duce on G+ http://goo.gl/hMJHTa
Gomboc.me on G+ http://goo.gl/sGLrIv
You never know who might show up in Jerks Corner…For that matter you never know if Jerks Corner will be in Jerks Corner.
If +Kirk Sherrod gets his way this weeks show is going to be HUGE!
This Weeks Guests:
WELL I AM NOT SURE. I know it is not but beyond that you will have to ask
Monday April 28th 2014
1:02 pm MST (3:02 pm EST, 2:02 pm CST, and 12:02 pm PST)
Watch Live on Google+: http://goo.gl/TkOQU3
Watch Live on YouTube: http://goo.gl/6KvGMM
Watch live on Facebook: http://goo.gl/GdsFb7
Watch Live on JerksBikeShop.com: http://goo.gl/N28GT6
Watch Live on dennisduce.wordpress.com: http://goo.gl/Nyhrb6
+Adrian Palomeque Gives us Adrian’s Answers
This segment of the Murray Utah Cycling Hangout will help you learn how to care for your bike and maintain it. Adrian is the Mechanic at Jerks Bike Shop on State Street in Murray. He will cover simple things like cleaning your chain. If you are into riding bikes in Utah this section will help you care for your bike and give you a new appreciation of all that goes into proper bicycle maintenance.
This Hangout On Air is all about Biking in Utah. We try to make this HOA fun and different. One of the most entertaining things about this show is the use of the “Bat Phone” which Kirk uses to answer the questions and comments that come in from the audience.
Watch Live on Dennis Duce’s personal blog:
Watch Live on Jerks Bike Shop Blog:
Watch All of the Jerks Corner HOA episodes http://goo.gl/Zuprz7
Each week we bring in interesting people from the work of biking.
See the Blog on Jerk’s Bike Shop Website http://goo.gl/Zuprz7
See the Blog on Gomboc.me website http://goo.gl/28zEBC
You host on this bike adventure is +Kirk Sherrod owner of +Jerks Bike Shop http://www.jerksbikeshop.com
#GetYourBikeOn #JerksCorner #JerksHOA #BikeHOA #GombocMe #GombocD #BikeForLife
HOA Guest on the Phil Bowyer Rule Breaking Show
This week I am joined by an all star panel to discuss how the power of video, specifically hangouts, can help us tell stories and build relationships.
The Duce, the dude who wears a different hat every day. Dennis produces hangouts for a living. His job is to help businesses engage with their community in a way that’s unique to them and personal to their audience.
If we go back a few years (OK, quite a few years), stories were told in painted or carved pictures on walls. It was through these pictures that we communicated with others and told our stories. One could even argue that it was a language.
The first animated picture was in the 1650’s using a machine called the magic lantern which was kind of like a slide projector. This concept was kicked up in 1867 by William Lincoln who invented the “wheel of life” which allowed people to watch moving pictures or drawings, kind of like the viewmaster toy.
In 1891, Thomas Edison created the first camera with the ability to capture motion on film. He called it the Kinetoscope.
The last 125 years has seen numerous advancements including TV in 1951, to the consumer based video camera. Both of these technologies were the beginning of the amazing technology we have today.
We now carry HD cameras that can stream live in our pockets. Think about that, we carry around the ability to broadcast live to millions of people in our pockets, something only large media companies could do.
Not only that, when we pair up these cameras with Hangouts, it gives us the ability to create a two-way broadcast, something the big boys struggle with doing. In fact, they often use the same technology us peasants do when they need to have two way communication.
This technology, which is virtually free, allows us to tell stories in ways that are only limited by our creativity. We can meet “face to face” with total strangers on the other side of the world and in a short time feel like we’ve known them forever.
This Friday, we will dive into telling stories and building relationships with Delilah, Scott and Dennis. We’ll also touch on something that we don’t think about, but we all do, and what makes video an extremely powerful medium; motor mimicry.
About the Kick Ass Panel
She’s known as the Monogamous Temptress, who helps us with our relationships. She’s using her wisdom to launch a new venture that helps us engage better with our audience using hangouts. We’ll get into that more during the show.
You know and love him from the Jess + Scott + You Show. He’s the man behind the Scott Treatment and has roots in early television including public access (which one might argue is the precursor to HOA’s).
If you can’t make it live, but have a question you can ask it on the event page , or send me a message and I’ll guarantee it will get answered.
Support The Show
If you love the Rule Breaking Ideas show, and would like to help me make it better, I humbly ask that you check out my Patreon page and support the show. –> http://patreon.com/philbowyer
Thank you, and I’ll see you Friday (or hopefully before).
The HOA for Learning How to Start an HOA
This show is a final episode in the Help Series on How To Create a Google+ Hangout On Air
Thursday May 8th 2014
12:32 pm MDT (2:32 pm EDT, 1;32 pm CDT, and 11:32 am PDT)
Watch Live on Google+: http://goo.gl/W61X9X
Watch Live on YouTube: http://goo.gl/1RKLwb
Watch Live on My Blog: http://goo.gl/cSQ7ql
Watch Live on Facebook: http://goo.gl/SPfVk5
This HOA is Produced by Gomboc.me:
This weeks guests:
Find Jake on Google: http://goo.gl/6joFzU
Find Jake on Twitter:
Lover of all things electronic, frequently misspells words, labrador owner, G+ evangelist
I have completed three 20 mile hikes and survived this long after all the stupid things I do 😉
Why I love the internet!
“The best thing since sliced bread”
So much information online. “Knowledge is power” therefore I believe it’s our duty to learn as much as possible. I believe almost no information is useless.
I try to absorb as much information as possible. Of course, I waste some time looking at cute pictures of cats but I am still learning even if it is on the side.
*Why I am controversial. *
I am not very upfront about this but I am a minor. I am 14 years of age. Hopefully this won’t make you hesitate about interacting with you. I sure hope it doesn’t ruin any relationships.
*My G+ Journey *
I hopped on the G+ boat in 2012 but I did nothing until January 2013. That’s the day I decided to do something with this social network. That’s when I decided I wanted to make use of G+. I am glad I did because I have learned so much from it!
It’s empowered me as an individual and inspired me to achieve my goals. It makes me happy to think people come to my page seeking knowledge or humor. I want to be a source of laughter, knowledge and off-the-charts interaction.
Why the heck do you spend so much time on G+?
Simply put: it’s fun and I enjoy online relationships. I enjoy surfing through posts for hours on end. I enjoy sharing humor and learning. I enjoy talking and exchanging ideas. G+ is still new which makes it a fair and open battle field. It’s like the American Dream: people come for opportunity! I am proud G+ Evangelist!
Hobbies and personal interests
There are too many too list. Here’s my top ten!
everything to do with marketing
HOAS – Vlogging – Blogging
I do consider myself somewhat of an expert on personal branding, community creating (wish I could say management; G+ communities), relationship marketing and I am a history “buff”.
The Formula For Success! – The 80/20 Rule
The 80/20 Rule says, ” 80% of the content on your page should be other’s people content. 20% should be original content” – YOUR blog posts, YOUR business. The 20% is about YOU.
The 80/20 rule is essential for building relationships online! I use it religiously. The formula applies to almost every kind of social media page you could own online.
The reason you need relationships is because it gets the connections you need. When other people share your content, your blog/brand visibility grows. Maybe someone will promote your pages if you become friends with them. Maybe they’ll invite you to their HOA. Maybe…
Find Me on Google+:
#Gombocme #Gombocd #GombocFive #GombocNation #AskTheDuce
Live Indie Music HOA
My Music Hangout Presents BandWidth the HOA for Live Indie Music
Join us on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 for our Sixth LIVE Concert Hangout On Air performed by Circle the Stars broadcasting LIVE from in Sandy, Utah.
Wednesday April 9th, 2014
7:02 pm MST (9:02 pm EST, 8:02 pm CST, 6:02 pm PST)
Watch Live on Google+: http://goo.gl/xzVkM7
Watch Live on YouTUbe: http://goo.gl/8mbc5Y
My Music Hangout on YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/MyMusicHangout
This week’s hosts and will interview the band. Let us know what you would like to learn about them!
This Weeks Band: Circle the Stars
Twitter: http://goo.gl/DlwC2V Facebook: http://goo.gl/kLj1MFWebsite: http://goo.gl/UibhmX
This Weeks Play List
Please support the band. THey are not getting paid to be on or so your purchase of their songs will help them to keep creating more music.
Opening Song: Lifeless Star
Second Song: Watch You Fall
Third Song: 23
Fourth Song: The Line That Divides
Fifth Song: To The Stars
Sixth Song: Love Once Lost
Seventh Song: Snowflakes
Eighth Song: Silhouettes
About Circle The Stars
Circle the Stars is a new chapter. Joel Clark, Michael Howell, Matthew Petrucci, and Dylyn Boswell grew up sharing experiences, playing shows and developing a story. Formed in December of 2005, the band began playing small shows at high schools for Battle of the Bands. In the next several years, they played in several local venues including the University of Utah, Murray Theater and Kilby Court. Although, throughout the years, members have come and gone, the line-up remains almost completely original. Dylyn Boswell quickly stepped up to the departure of previous drummer, Michael Lofgreen and brought a new energy with his arrival. Joel, Michael, and Matthew have all had their short leave of absence, but returned and kept the same unified vibe. All members have done musical work in various fields such as musical theater, electronic software, guest vocals and side projects. Echoed Illusions, the name used for nearly ten years, was designed to convey a fictional story into an emotional, musical journey.
Echoed Illusions referenced a piece within the story, and that same story continues in Circle the Stars. Circle the Stars identifies as the symbol with most significance in the stories. The story is about three separate characters, their stories, and then coming together in an epic battle/conclusion. Each character in the story is compared to stars and each are given numbers. This utilizes the idea of something alive, intelligent and comparable to us, as a statistic or number. An organization discovers a strain to give humans superhuman abilities, but they soon discover a mutated strain. The only way to rid the world of the strain is to eliminate those carrying it. The organization “circles the stars” or rounds them up for slaughter and banishment.
Circle the Stars is:
Joel Clark – Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Michael Howell – Guitar, Vocals
Matthew Petrucci – Guitar, Keys, Electronics
Dylyn Boswell – Drums
You can contact us for booking at:
Michael Howell – (801) 244-0534
Joel Clark – (801) 651-9883
Matthew Petrucci – (385) 227-6091
Coming soon to an HOA Event Description near you!
Let us know what you would like to learn about the band. You can join us live at Lumpy’s South or you can engage with the band live through the chat in this event.
Co-Host and Indie Music Consultant:
See other Hangouts On Air produced by Gomboc.me:http://goo.gl/6oZhpX
Watch Live on Dennis’ Blog: http://goo.gl/2yQakn
Watch Live on mymusichangout.com Blog: http://goo.gl/V78Lz4
Watch Live on Facebook: http://goo.gl/GdsFb7
#MyMusicHangout #hoaconcert #HangoutsOnAirInRealLife #gombocme #Gombocd #HOAIRL #indiemusic #BandWidthHOA #BandWidthNation #BandWIdthFive #TeamBandWidth
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