I just read the cNet article on Sarah Lacey’s session at Gnomedex Saturday. Ugh. Here’s my comment: Even the cNet article misses a key point: “blogger” is a meaningless phrase, as it rests solely on the technology. A person on LiveJournal writing for her friends is a “blogger” — so are my students who use […]
Our “pre-Gnomedex” session was led (entertainingly) by photographer Kris Krug, who provided practical tips for budding (or not so budding) photographers. Why listen to Kris? He’s a creative photographer and just came back from Beijing … and had photos from that assignment in the LA Times. Slideshare tip.
Beh Huh of LOLCats has great take-aways for anyone trying to grow user-generated site into viable business. Check the Gnomedex wiki for session notes. Book available in October.
Notes from my Gnomedex session on Education and Technology.
Day one of Gnomedex! I’ll be periodically blogging today … depends in no small part on connectivity. :)
How might Web 2.0 technologies affect the design and function of entertainment websites? Ethan Kaplan says he has a “no SWF” icon (circle with slash) on the whiteboard in his office at Warner Brothers Records. He showcased the website for HeadAutomatica : its foundation is user-tagged content (it supports folksonomies for text and images) combined […]