Monthly Archives: February 2006

Social Software Salon @ UBC

I just sent the announcement below of a Northern Voice pre-event out to our webloggers via the Weblogs@UBC site. Couldn’t hurt to re-post it here as well — if you are able to make it out to UBC this Thursday … Continue reading

Posted in News | 16 Comments

Live (or dead) without a net

In less than three hours I will be leading my first podcasting workshop. I was happy to get the opportunity. Too bad that: * I barely podcast at all, and possess scant knowledge at best * I have an hour … Continue reading

Posted in Workshop | 3 Comments

Sun Ra and The Blues Project Do Batman and Robin!

Some days I can’t believe the stuff I get through my aggregator. Over on WFMU’s Beware of the Blog Station Manager Ken Freedman has posted the entire contents of an amazing artifact: In 1966, a toy company in Newark, New … Continue reading

Posted in Abject Learning | 4 Comments

Ninmah embarks

It’s a gas to see that Rachel Smith has started up a weblog. Rachel has been a catalyst and synthesist (among other things) with the New Media Consortium, does a lot of cool stuff with some amazing people. She made … Continue reading

Posted in Webloggia | 2 Comments

Conference Chicken – A Lifelong Vendetta and Blood Oath

My friend Jason told me recently that food blogging is going to blow porn off the web. As already noted, I enjoyed the conversation and the presentation at the Monday ELI lunch immensely. But the event was marred by the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 7 Comments