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    I think people are shy....
    I was ready to push this one ahead of others on the list...but this one will have to wait for some participants before we can schedule it....which is cool, I have a long list of topics just waiting for their chance to make it to the Internet.
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    Just an idea marko, but maybe a practice run would make people feel more comfortable. You know, kind of get to know eachothers voices and stuff. Just a thought.
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    Hello you all,

    please donít think I am not interested in your podcasts (although I didnít figured out, how your conferences are working Ė what is Canda Bell?).
    But my spoken english skills areÖ making me more than shy ;-). And your spoken skills let me fear: Iíll never learn it! I tried to listened to one of those podcasts. Hell Ė do you know how fast you are speaking for foreign ears? ;-)
    A machinegune is nothing against it. Well, I wonít give up Ė but so far I canít participate more than hearing the podcasts :-).

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    I'm sorry I speak a bit quickly in the podcasts, it's true.
    But could you imagine how boring it would sound if I slowed it down so that everyone from different countries could understand each word. 100% boring. I can see you are from Germany and in my experience German is a quick sounding language. I could be wrong but if a German podcaster slowed it down so that foreigners could get each word, I think the podcast would be boring for Germans.

    Either way...I hope you continue to listen and use the pause button as needed.
    Of course if something doesn't make sense or was too fast and you write to me, it's my pleasure to re-explain.

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    A round table is a great idea. And jellotranz is correct- there's a bunch of conference call services out there, the company I work for uses them regularly. I'm probably too chicken to participate. My mind goes blank when I get "stage fright". But just as a suggestion I think a photoshop to/not to roundtable conference call would be very awkward for a first run. You need a more grounded simple topic like "what photo accessory or piece of equipment can you just not be without, and why?"

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    Conference Call services can be expensive, especially if you have an international call base (like we do here...)

    The "free" solution is Skype, MSN chat with voice, or Ventrilo. When I was still an avid online gamer (I had a WoW addiction) my guild used Ventrilo. Free server software, free client software, with builds for Windows/Mac/Linux. Never had an issue with it.

    Marko, you could install it on the web server (provided you have cleared it with the provider and have the bandwidth to spare.)

    If that's not feasible, I can host it from home. I have a 10MB internet connection, and a few computers doing nothing. As long as the participants have a headset with mic for their computer, I can PM the willing participants instructions and connection details...

    People like free...

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    The technology is NOT the problem and this will not cost anyone (except me if needed) anything. Thanks though for all the offers to help!!

    So far nobody wants to participate or people feel shy.

    If you are interested please add your name in this thread.

    ....and there's no pressure here either. If nobody is into it now we can try this another time.

    You can be SURE that i have enough topics to keep us going for a LONG time.

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    Depending on the topic, I'd give it a shot. It would be something definately out of my comfort zone but I've been trying to push those limits lately.
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    Ill second that. I would love the try that. Feeling the same way kat does, its good to push the limits sometimes. Its the only way to really push yourself and learn, especially with others from around the world. It expands the communication possibilities with this group as well. Sounds good all around for those willing to give it a shot.

    My only concern is the international call. Its one thing to make a conference call in-state or nationwide, but international is another story. ?????? Just a few more thoughts.

    I can speak a little french.. My french would sound like an impaired learning student though..took it in high school and one semester in college. You wouldnt get much input from me that way. Trying to listen to that conversation would be interesting too.
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