|This is what Ian saw in Berlin|
just a few hours ago.
The point is that Ian's experiences in Europe can easily be conveyed through the wondrous technology of the Internet. He's using a service called Audioboo to record his thoughts into his iPhone, and then he can broadcast his recording to...well, just about anyone in the world with an Internet connection.
I get Ian's audio vignettes through Facebook. Others might get it through his Twitter feed. Wherever--and whenever--Ian wants to make a personal audio broadcast he simply talks into his iPhone using Audioboo and his voice is instantly available on the web. Pretty cool, don't you think?
Take a listen...and really think about how this powerful technology can be used to narrate and broadcast your own thoughts, experiences--your life stories. Remember, it's never been easier for us to record, preserve, and share our stories with others. Well, not just "others"--but the world!
PS: The last time I tried to send a message from Euorpe I was standing in the pouring rain at a public telephone booth and feeding handfulls of coins into a metallic static contraption.
NOTE: Be sure to check out Ian Kath's incredible life story resources at CreateYourLifeStory.com--the world's leading life story guide on the web.