John Fahey’s “all hands” staff meeting at National Geographic Society headquarters tomorrow (May 5) will be webcast on an open channel, which means we’ll all be able to watch & listen (and chat in the backchannel).
Well done, John!
Thank you for finally opening
the windows to our Society.
Here are the details from the NGS intranet:
How to see/hear John Fahey update [from Grosvenor Auditorium]
Options for viewing or listening to the update at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5, are:
• In person — Staff members who work at Headquarters should attend the presentation in Grosvenor Auditorium or watch on the large screen in the north end of the Cafeteria.
• By phone bridge — This option is for staff in remote locations only. The audio dial-in will be inoperable from NGS extensions at Headquarters. The number is 877-486-8163; the passcode is 02 51 509, then hit #.
• Webcast — Accessible from any computer or smartphone (Windows, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Droid, Blackberry, etc.) with an Internet connection at the link below. This option is for staff in remote locations and anyone at Headquarters unable to attend. The webcast will be not be password protected. iPhone and iPad users can also download the free app “LiveStream Viewer” from the Apps store or just use the browser.
We’ll be watching, listening & tweeting. Hashtag on Twitter: #ngsfahey
Who says our Society can’t change? 🙂