The field on Toynbee is too wet to work on and there’s nothing but rain in the forecast. Good time to sit at the computer. An agriwebinar is not only an excellent three-word portmanteau. It’s a great way to get smart and keep dry at the same time. Basically, a dude or dudette yammers away in the top left corner while you watch a flash slideshow. Meanwhile, you can type in comments or ask questions which the presenter can answer in real time. If you miss the live version, you can still watch a playback.
I participated in the one pictured above which inspired my blog post Socializing the Frog. Coincidentally, our household recently acquired a smart phone. So, you never know. We might just be able to tweet the availability of snap peas instead of lugging out our roadside stand. Sweet.
I hope to learn all the mistakes I’m making when I tune on to an Introductory to Season Extension – Hoop Houses.
It [an agriwebinar] is a web-based conference bringing the expertise of today’s agricultural leaders that will inform and inspire you from the comfort of your home or office. No travel, no cost, no reason to miss out! Agriwebinar® is free and anyone can participate as long as they have a computer and an Internet connection. Even computers connected by a dial-up service can participate.