Thursday, October 30, 2008

GlobCredit.com Webcast


EDIT: Guys/gals, thanks for participating. That was a blast. I had a lot of fun and I hope it was a lot of fun for you, too. I'll be hosting another Webcast in December -- likely around December 15. This blog would be nothing without my readers, so thanks for reading every day and thanks for participating in events like the Webcast.

Welcome to the GlobCredit.com Webcast. The Webcast officially begins at 9:30 pm ET -- although I will likely flip the video on a little earlier than that.

NOTE: If you do not register at Justin.tv, you will be in "view-only" mode. You'll be able to see me and hear me, but you will not be able to ask questions.

The Webcast will not have a specific topic (other than credit). Instead, it will be open-mike night. We can talk about anything that is credit related. If I don't know the answer, I'll tell you. If I do, I'll answer it.

In order to participate, you will need to register at Justin.tv. You'll be asked for your birth date (I used a birth date that put me at 18 years or older), an email address, a user name, and password. That's it. It's as simple as that. Once you have registered, you'll be able to ask questions during the Webcast. Indeed, when you try to type a question, you'll initially be prompted for your justin.tv user name and password. Once you've entered the information, you're free to ask questions.

Here is the link for registration (link here).

15 comments:

Josh said...

Thanks Again!

GlobCredit.com said...

Josh, you are welcome. Glad you could make it -- and stick around for all of it. That's a long conference. Two hours.

TheVibeRAIDER said...

That was great!

Although I didn't ask much questions, I was just listening, as this was my first time participating in a webcast. I stayed on 'til the end. Interesting discussions, as if watching a talk radio show.

Marcus, I hope you didn't mind, but Alex Trebek was beaconing me to watch JEOPARDY! At least I had my laptop with me. There was a some sensory overload, with different monitors and speakers on two different shows. So, yeah, you got muted! LOL! But I was at least following the written questions.

;-)

GlobCredit.com said...

Virgil, no prob. Alex Trebek is good. I understand the muting.

Glad you come join us tonight. I had a lot of fun. We'll do this again in December.

Bob Wang said...

I was VERY bad, missed the whole party :-(

Anonymous said...

Wow...sorry I missed the launch of your webcast, but it was my b-day and before I knew it the night was gone..:-) I'll check in for he December cast. I hope I can view a recorded version.

tabbycat72140 said...

CM Sorry I missed it too. Had my reminders set and everything. Ended up being an early nite since the nite before was a long one for me here in the North East :). Definately looking forward to the next one..

GlobCredit.com said...

As it turns out, there were technical difficulties with the archived version of the webcast. Thus, there is no recording. Other than that, everything went really smoothly. No problems at all.

Bob, that's all right, pal. Next time.

Anon, happy birthday.

And, Tabby, no worries. See you in December.

Lisa said...

Sorry I missed it, but dude...hang a picture on that bare wall! :-b

GlobCredit.com said...

Haha. No. I cannot hang a picture there. I do not look behind me. I do have a big picture of Magic Johnson to the left of me though.

GlobCredit.com said...

Lisa, see the new picture now. haha.

clutchcargo said...

I still think a presidential seal would look very good on that back wall.

Thanks CM, had a blast!

GlobCredit.com said...

I'll see what I can do about a seal, Clutch.

Thanks for participating last night.

Linda said...

Thanks for the webcast, I enjoyed it but was sorry I couldn't stay for the whole thing,( but I get up at 0500 for work....)
I hope to make the one in December, good luck on midterms!

GlobCredit.com said...

Thanks, Linda.

No midterms in law school. One final at the end of the semester. That's it. Do or die. Your entire grade hinges on one exam.

I actually like it. Before law school, I hated the thought of just one exam. Now I have come to really enjoy it.

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