I pointed to this Fall 2003 issue of Nieman Reports with its focus on weblogs and journalism last October. The issue has been sitting on my desk for almost a year while I’ve been intending to read it. I finally had a chance to do so today. Most of the articles deal with the debate [...]
Archive for August 28th, 2004
Here are some sources for blogs about the Republican National Convention. Cyberjournalist.net has a list of bloggers covering the convention. RNC Watch covers the protests. Dave Winer set up an aggregator for the feeds from RNC bloggers. (Don’t be fooled by the dnc in the URL.) Technorati’s Election Watch 2004 labels the feeds from liberal, [...]
I caught up on my Get Fuzzy reading tonight. This past week’s strips had the theme of Bucky the cat wanting a statue of himself. He claims, “Statues show people who they need to idolize. The are visual aids, if you will, to show the idiot masses who their betters are. For only perfect people [...]
It looks like I’ll be speaking about blogging at a program organized by the Special Libraries Association Boston Chapter on Saturday, October 30, at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. When details are finalized in a few weeks, the chapter will formally announce the program.
The professional development director of the Special Libraries Association News Division submitted a proposal to SLA for a half-day course on blogging sponsored by the News Division at the association’s 2005 Annual Conference in Toronto in June. SLA will let him know later this fall whether they’ve accepted his proposal. I sure hope they do. [...]
It looks like the Dowbrigade, one of the bloggers who received Democratic National Convention credentials, and his wife might be in New York City on Sunday to take a look at some of the protests of the Republican National Convention. That could be fun. Maybe I’ll join them. Hopefully he has this crucial piece of [...]