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QT: Twitter as Content

November 23, 2009

A friend of mine tweeted about signing up for Ad.ly.  I went over to see what it was. Basically, for a twitterer, you sign up, select what types of ads you approve and once a day it will tweet an ad in your stream and pay you for that tweet. (The example they gave on […]

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The News will Find Me – But what will I hear?

October 8, 2009

One of the comments that I keep hearing about news these days is that if the news is important I’ll find out about it.  More and more people are choosing their community as a filter for information.  In Leo Laporte’s talk on New Media he said “If it is important I’ll find out about it […]

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Thoughts on The Model of the New Media Model

October 7, 2009

I just watched a great video of Leo Laporte talking about “The model of the New Media Model”.  It is well worth listening to.  He talks about a lot of things that I think are “common knowledge” with new media, but puts them together in an enjoyable speech.  Perhaps part of why I think it […]

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Thin Air Summit – Speakers and Registration

September 8, 2008

I know my blogging about the Thin Air Summit, the New Media Conference in Colorado (Nov 7-9), has been a bit sparse here. In our Web2.0 and New Media discussions on the web one of the mantras that runs through them both is “try something beyond what you’ve done before.” With the Thin Air Summit […]

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It’s not a Fishbowl, It’s a Habitrail

June 6, 2008

In a lot of places I hear people talking about how we are in our little echo chamber, or fishbowl. I get that concept. I have talked with people who have written (and had published) books on film who when I talked to them about video on the net said “Oh yeah, my husband sometimes […]

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New Media Conference in Colorado

May 16, 2008

In a number of posts before I have talked about the plans for a Podcamp Colorado. These plans have morphed and grown to the point where we realized that we were really creating a New Media Conference and associated Film Festival and should call it like it is. That said, this November, November 7-9th we […]

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MediaCasters.tv

March 22, 2008

Having watched so many events from a distance and wanted to be there I think MediaCasters.tv is an an awesome idea. What is Mediacasters.tv? Well to quote their press release: Live events stimulate conversations, but those offsite can’t really respond until later, when “the moment” has passed. What if you could engage from anywhere right […]

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Colorado Podcamp

February 5, 2008

Back in December I mentioned that discussion were beginning in the area of a Podcamp in Colorado and that I would keep you updated on the plans. We have started working on the initial planning of Colorado Podcamp over at the Colorado Podcamp Google group. Right now we are still defining the structure of the […]

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Blog Day – Across the Bridge

August 31, 2007

Today Chris Brogan reminded me it was Blog Day. Now I feel a bit silly pointing out new blogs to check out, as I feel that I’m hardly an authority, but I can play too. In looking at my facebook connections (which really represents only a small portion of the circles I am in) I […]

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Podcamp XL

July 5, 2007

Ok, I should be going to bed, but instead I’m thinking about Eric Rice’s blog post about Podcamp XL. You see, when I first heard about podcamps I thought “That’s cool I want one here”. And the thought that usually pops into my mind shortly thereafter is “well you could arrange one.” Of course the […]

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