Posts Tagged: blogging

Opening Remarks

Stuart MacDonald is on stage welcoming everyone to the conference. He says they want the event to be a two-way conversation, full of meshing, instead of the typical “we talk you listen” kind of conference. “Think of yourselves as participants, rather than attendees,” they say. Introductions to the organizers, thanks to the sponsors, etc, etc…. Reads more »

St. Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine’s Day, where everything you see and everywhere you go is red, pink, white, or some shade in between. I remember giving cards to classmates when I was in primary school, and I remember candygrams in high school, but that’s about when my mass valentine sending stopped. As you get older, you send… Reads more »

Northern Voice 2006 Finished!

The conference ended almost six hours ago now, but we just got back from dinner. We went to Moxies with Robert Scoble, Maryam, Rob Greenlee, Eric Rice, Alex Williams, and a bunch of other really cool people. Dinners are always interesting, because things are a little more casual than at the conference, so you get… Reads more »

Notes from the Geek Out panel

Here are some notes from the Geek Out session administered by Robert Scoble, Will Pate and Kevin Marks: Sounds like they have some topics to discuss at first, followed by some good questions at the end. Kevin is talking about microformats, specifically tagging. We’re also getting a demo of the Blog Finder and Explore features… Reads more »

Notes on Everything Casting

Back from lunch (we went to Quizno’s in a nearby mall) and I am in Eric Rice’s session titled Everything Casting. Here are some notes: “everything”casting: doing whatever you want, for whatever reason, in whatever medium. your thing, your product, your “it”, your epsilon Four primary elements or categories: content/concept/purpose, medium/materials, audience/behavior, sustain/making money. Content:… Reads more »

Notes on The Changing Face of Journalism

Staying in the same room, where Mike Tippet, Mark Schneider, and Robert Ouimet are talking about the changing face of journalism. This probably going to be similar to what was talked about yesterday during Moosecamp. Here are some notes: We are experiencing an existential moment in the news. Readers can now make their own news,… Reads more »