I thought I’d share with you who don’t use Facebook, or are not a part of the AudioMo Facebook group a post I just posted there.
“Haven’t given Facebook much attention this month. Been busy keeping the #AudioMo challenge supported and going. Huge amounts of posts to the #AudioMo hashtag on Twitter this year. I’m immensely proud of a project I started 10 years ago and 8 years ago on Twitter.
People all over the world sharing audio in a month long audio challenge. I’m humbled that people now look forward to June and always say can’t wait to start #AudioMo
Social media gets a kicking at times, I’m glad #AudioMo adds a positive and utilises social media for good. Great to see people from around the world connecting by using this hashtag.
That’s all it was ever set up for, for people around the world to connect. And thankfully it worked. All down to you guys and all who take part in this madness”.
All of you who take part in AudioMo make it what it is. It is hugely inspiring to see you all connect with each other.
We have been reaching out to the visually impaired community, those taking part in #AudioMo this year.
The reason is we wanted to know how they were posting and sharing audio. We had noticed a few apps that our visually impaired participants had stopped working and we were getting lot of requests for others ways to share audio for #AudioMo
So we asked for a guest post by someone who is visually impaired and how they are recording and sharing audio. Hope has kindly recorded an audio to let you know her audio workflow.
As you are aware #AudioMo is all in on the communication front (see the previous blog post). In addition to our Twitter account, Facebook Page, WhatsApp Group, Telegram Group and Signal Group we have added a Facebook Group.
Please feel free to jump in on any of the ways to communicate that suits you.
It’s all about the bass, about the bass. Ooops, sorry, we mean it’s all about communication. We have set up #AudioMo groups in the following messaging apps. WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal. Please feel free to jump in.