Jeneane Sessum rocks – Why Journalism Matters

We become part of the stories we discuss on our blogs. We mold, change, and affect the public’s perception of the people, places and events we talk about, via Google’s lasting, aggregating lens. More and more evidence points to Jeneane Sessum being unfairly connected to the matters I posted about yesterday and her good name […]

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Voices of Hate, Voices of Fear, Voices of Reason

The tech blogosphere nudged closer in resemblance to the political blogosphere (actually – the rest of the Internet) this week when Kathy Sierra revealed she was the target of emails and anonymous comments that made her fear for her life. In response she has canceled future conference appearances and may end her participation in the […]

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Encouraging blogging at Comcast Interactive Media

A few of you know me solely from this blog, others from my time at Knight Ridder/Philly.com, others for the conversation I’m helping spawn between technologists, bloggers, and newspaper industry in the Philadelphia region, and many, many others for my hosting of the Philly Future – Philadelphia’s blogging community. You might consider me a blog […]

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Recent Emma Pictures

It’s been a while since our last Emma update. So much has happened since. Emma is walking and running. She dances when the mood strikes – which is everyday She’s full time on solids and has learned to use a fork even. Ya know, it’s interesting how we follow so many markers of progress and […]

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A Must Read: “Frontiers of Innovation in Community Engagement”

Norgs discussion participants Lisa Williams, and Dan Gillmor, along with Jane Mackay produced a must read report that documents a group of newspapers that have either dived in and embraced social/participatory media as part of their mission, or are dipping their toes in the water. The report shares the tools, methodologies, and approaches these newspapers […]

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Bye-Bye Battlestar Galactica

BSG’s season, after a terrific start, culminating in one of the greatest sci-fi space battle scenes ever has gone downhill since. Far too much X-Files-like myth twisting over character and story development finalized last night in the killing off of it’s most developed, interesting character – Kara Thrace – “Starbuck”. Good bye BSG. The move […]

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