print on demand technology creates an interesting dynamic that many authors don’t appreciate
MIT will host a grassroots technology conference in 2 weeks. It certainly tilts left, but online organizing ideas ultimately ignore the political spectrum. The workshop is described as follows: Workshop proposals that were accepted fit into one of these themes: a) Making technology relevant to communities b) Online politics post-2004 c) Uniting movements for social…
PaidContent.org reports: C-SPAN is launching its podcasts with three popular shows: After Words, Q & A and segments from American Perspectives.
The first ever dead tree version of Media Bullseye, the multimedia magazine I founded last December, is now available. I’m a big believer that there’s still a role for print publications to play. Not everyone takes time to read articles online and this enables us to get in front of interesting people who prefer to…
MediaPost Publications – Pheedo Unveils RSS Analytics “IN A FURTHER SIGN OF momentum in the RSS advertising space, Pheedo, a blog and RSS ad network, today officially unveils its RSS analytics service.” (tags: RSS Advertising)
Beltway Blogroll offers a good look at the current state of online advocacy ads.
Interesting report from UPI today: White House adviser Karl Rove said in a recent conference call that Internet lobbying by young grassroots Republicans will make or break the Bush administration’s proposals to revamp the pension program, just as the technology helped get out the vote last fall during the presidential campaign.