TEDWomen : Seattle Stream

How are women shaping the future? TED is answering that question, in cooperation with The Paley Center for Media, with an inaugural event,¬†TEDWomen. The event, being held in Washington, D.C. on Dec 7-8, is being streamed. We are holding an informal “drop-in and watch party” at ThinkSpace in Redmond, with facilities for up to 50 […]

WWW2010 : The Tweets

Using an export tool developed by Infinity Plus One (that’s @yoni – thanks to Jared Spool – @jmspool – for the tip), here are my tweets from the Future Web conference (#fw2010) that was concurrent with WWW2010 in Raleigh last week. I tweeted as @kegill as well as @kathy_live (sometimes same tweet from both accounts, […]

Lessig On KUOW Today

Lawrence Lessig will be a guest on KUOW’s “The Conversation” with Ross Reynolds today (1-2pm, 6 February). He is the author of Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy. Lessig, a law professor at Stanford, is known for his views on copyright and advocacy for Creative Common licensing. He has switched his […]

Polling Place Photos, Videos and Tweets

There’s a widespread clamor for crowdsourced documentation at the polls this election: the NY Times “polling place photo project” … the PBS/YouTube “Video Your Vote” campaign … and the techPresident Twitter #VoteReport. Each project relies on the distributed network of connected and engaged voters. Not one of these efforts would have been feasible in 2004 […]