Call for Panelists, Topics on Fire
I’m sending out a call for panelists for upcoming episodes of Topics on Fire. If you fit the bill and want to participate in one of my bi-weekly 10PM Sunday night podcasts, let me know in the comments, via email or in a Twitter direct message.
Topics on Fire, Episode 13: Social Media and Relationships
How is social media having an impact on your online and offline relationships? What are some things you can do to safeguard your non-tech based friendships, loves and family dynamics? What can you do to enhance your online relationships with real people? Note: this is about personal relationships, not B2C relationships.
Topics on Fire, Episode 14: Social Media and Finances
We’ll be tapping some of your favorite social media and online finance thought leaders to help you navigate the choppy economic days ahead. Topics we will be touching on: using social media tools to stay informed about changes in the economy and to find resources to understand what they mean for you, social media budget tools, juggling the costs of maintaining a web presence in a down economy, online money tools, online loan info, making financial judgment calls online, and more.
Current panel includes myself as moderator. Chris Penn of Financial Aid Podcast may be joining us, schedule permitting. Slots available for more panelists.
Do you have a topic idea for a future episode? Let me know. I like for the episodes to touch on social media in some way, but as you can see by our recent forays into fashion and wine, the connection is allowed to be a bit loose. This is all about having some fun while getting valuable opinion and information, after all!