A new You Tube channel about tech for folks 8 to 80


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My friend from Newnan, GA is producing "Conversations With Tony Mobley" (who is not the D.C. photographer) on "Technology for People at All Ages".

The first 4 videos of the Zoom meetings are now posted here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsurxsyCe0-quJU-4RYFYLQ/videos

Video one is with Dr. Hasmukh Gajjar of Cape Town, SA. He's a retired physician who took up producing remote medical conferencing at age 70. Video #2 focuses on technology in education with Emily Russo (you may know her husband, he's a theatre A1), video #3 features Laura Thompson, discussing technology and disabilities, and #4 has guest Liberty White discussing production and related topics.

These are aimed at new and intermediate users of technology who want to get started or up their game. Tony's a gentle host who lets his guests guide the conversations. They've been fun, informative, and useful.

Now... because they're originally live on Wednesday evenings on Zoom, Tony will be seeking panelists and guests for future shows. I'll post a link when he opens things up, or feel free to DM me with an email address and what you'd like to talk about and I'll forward to Tony.

Conversations with Tony Mobley is an outgrowth of his participation in Office Hours, a daily 2 hour Zoom webinar on video, audio, streaming, remote production and related topics. You can get an idea of the current Office Hours here: www.officehours.global or watch over a year's worth of archived webinars on YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/AlexLindsay/videos


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Today's installment guest is a THEATER person!

Conversations with Tony Mobley, will air Wednesday at night, July 21, 2021, 8:00 pm est.

Special guest, Ms. Jessica Lopez-Barki Bio: Jessica is a founding member of In Strange Company and is currently the Associate Professor of Theater and Speech/Theater Program Director at SUNY Sullivan. She is also a freelance actor, director, dramaturg, and designer. Her plays SHAKESPEARE IN ISOLATION, THE ORESTEIA LIVE, ROUTE 666, her adaptation of Tae Sok Oh’s AFRICA, AND THE VIOLINS STOPPED PLAYING, THE WAITRESS AND THE NAIL TECHNICIAN SHOULD BE FRIENDS, THE WOMAN IN 10A, SHAKESPEARE'S BTHS’ AND HOES, and HEART OF AWL, have been performed in theaters in Seattle, Albuquerque, Sarah Lawrence College, and NYC.


Register in advance for this webinar: https://dvestore.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CGgtjB4fRYG-5Y3f-Qzcxg After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


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