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December 3, 2007 in Art, Future, Ideas | 5 comments
Steve Gillmor is the Jean-Luc Godard of podcasting.
The Gillmor Group is a Podcasting Revolution? : The Last Podcast on December 4, 2007 at 12:55 am
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Mike Warot on December 4, 2007 at 11:31 am
So, I read Tim Elliot’s article… and I still couldn’t figure out how Steve Gillmore is like Jean-Luc Picard…
then I figured it out that I wasn’t reading it right…
So I looked up Jean-Luc Godard…
and I still have no clue…
Because I can’t figure out just what the heck Jean-Luc Godard really did to change Cinema from the article.
Is it just my cultural naivety? The Wikipedia entry doesn’t really say what he did that was different… except to name the “New Wave” movement… whatever that ambiguous phrase really means.
The committee driven atmosphere of Wikipedia makes that entry, at least, useless to me, in my quest for knowledge.
Meanwhile… can’t Steve Gillmor edit down the podcasts? You could easily take out 50% of any Gillmor Gang episode.
Doc Searls on December 5, 2007 at 1:41 am
Steve could edit out as much as he likes. He’d rather not. It’s his show. Hey, you can’t argue with excess.
Americo on December 6, 2007 at 12:23 am
iTotally eat cereal too.
Dean Landsman on December 7, 2007 at 11:53 am
Better that noted media and public eye Frenchman, for podcasting, than Marcel Marceau. Particularly so, given Marceau’s fate of late.
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