One of the perks of being an Official Blogger at Rootstech is being able to conduct Video Interviews in a studio with real technicians and professional equipment.
I was just too shy to try this at Rootstech 2011 but, in 2012, I dipped my toes in the water and conducted two interviews. I only managed two because bookings for the facility are very popular and fill quickly. Now that I am in my third year as an Official Blogger I know the ropes so, this morning, as soon I got notification that the bookings were open I grabbed Six (that's right 6) 30 minute slots.
My issue is that I have to decide on whom from the 4,000 or so attendees at the conference I will approach for an interview.
Should it be Aussies? Brits? Commercial Dudes? Should I do a couple of mini panels? Geneabloggers? Familysearch Reps?
Do you have any suggestions for me?