It’s Primary Day In Philly

The Next Mayor will be covering it live throughout the day. Pass along its voter information page and regularly visit its blog for updates as the day progresses. Young Philly Politics is sure to be a place to visit regularly, as will Phillyblog.com’s forums. Get out and vote! If you have anything to share, links, […]

Continue reading →

Blakeley Cooper: “You can never lose hope”

Philadelphia Inquirer: Art Carey: Credit to Mom, mentors: …The fire that incinerated the North Philadelphia rowhouse had begun in the basement, probably ignited by someone cooking crack. The house was inhabited at the time by Blakeley’s father, a man who had climbed high and fallen fast. “My mother was very blunt,” Cooper remembers. “She said, […]

Continue reading →

The Norgs Unconference Statement Of Principles

Not all “old media” has turned against “new media”. The situation isn’t as bad as this discussion on Techmeme may present. Far from it. Here is, what I am sure, is just a small example: On March 25, 2006 a group of about 40 technologists, bloggers, newspaper and media execs and business leaders got together […]

Continue reading →

Potential != Reality

I think technologists like myself sometimes get confused between something that is potential, versus something that is real. Small (well not small…) example: With this personal blog I have the *potential* of reaching anyone – across the entire world – with an Internet connection. That’s amazing when you think about it for more than a […]

Continue reading →

It Doesn’t Rank

You won’t hear about it on Digg. It’s not on Newsvine. Good luck trying to find relevant links on del.icio.us. It’s nowhere to be found on popurls, or OriginalSignal. It’s not being talked about on the blogs Memeorandum, Megite or TailRank track. There isn’t a page on Wikipedia. And little reference on WikiNews. On Topix.com […]

Continue reading →