Jay Rosen’s Citizen Journalism session – intro here. Doc Searls’ notes here [ed: Just like an educator, Jay’s on-screen notes ask, as the session begins, for people to move up to the front of the room] [10:53] Doc’s notes are going to be invaluable here. Marc Glaser made some fantastic comments about how he does…… Continue reading BloggerCon IV: Jay Rosen – CitJourn
[9:05] Phillip Torrone is talking about using various tools that can be used online to do different things, and he points out that Flickr is, unfortunately, one of the best tools online to show a how-to. He talks about how he used it to show us a few pictures from some how-tos from back-in-the-day. [9:10]…… Continue reading BloggerCon IV: PT on Tools
All times Pacific! [8:18] Dave Winer is opening up BloggerCon IV this morning, and is giving the rundown on how the conferences started, and what it’s all about. He had a fun time mentioning previous events, including BlogNashville from 2005, which he mentioned as being unfortunate for him, if you had been there. [8:22] Niall…… Continue reading BloggerCon IV: Getting the ball rolling
It’s not quite a full-fledged announcement or anything but Tom, in his warning that we’re at Bloggercon IV, mentions that I recently started with him at MWW Group. More on this later. As Tom says he/we are live-blogging the conference over at Open The Dialogue. That will be the primary place for our thoughts on…… Continue reading Out of the bag
Sitting in O’Hare International Airport on my way out to San Francisco for Bloggercon. Should be fun. More posting coming soon.
I’ll be attending Bloggercon IV next week in San Francisco. It’s one of the great things about my new job – I actually get sent cool places where I can network and meet interesting people. I’m especially looking forward to meeting some of the people I’ve talked to solely via email, IM and blog comments…… Continue reading See you in San Francisco