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Fri, 02 Feb 2007 23:23:48 +0000[...] Yah Chuck! So put out a tip jar for yer movie why don’t ya? Share and Enjoy:These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. [...]
Wed, 24 Jan 2007 13:57:27 +0000[...] The little Olympus DS-2 with lapel mic I provided to record the Hunt Willard session at the North Carolina Science Blogging Conference work out well. Enjoy this interesting talk about Science and communication. [...]
Thu, 15 Jun 2006 14:45:05 +0000You might be interested in this bit written a few years ago by Anil Dash: privacy through identity control.
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 17:20:08 +0000Reminds me of a program developed at SILS under Gary Marchionini called ISEE, or Interactive Shared Educational Environment, basically a distance education application for group video watching that let people chat along side the video. Each chat comment was timestamped and would be reshown when the video was replayed.
Fri, 09 Jun 2006 17:43:50 +0000I think the key to successful unconferences, especially ongoing ones, is to have a core group of committed people leading the effort though a partially-open organizational structure. I say "partially" because you do need some consistency and accountability - especially if folks are giving money to it. But there are so many reasons not to have everything centered on one person. Most of all because if she gets hit by a truck, everything you've built goes down the drain. However, I also think that there is an incubation period where you need the solid leadership of one or two visionaries who can build the effort into something that other people would even want to support and create a structure to keep the values intact while also evolving.
Sun, 04 Jun 2006 17:26:39 +0000[...] Intentando hacer videocasting en OJOBuscador he estado buscando algÃºn tipo de plugin, pero el podpress ha hecho que el panel de Admin de OJO dejase de funcionar. AsÃ que buscando y buscando he dado con la soluciÃ³n mÃ¡s simple… [...]
Fri, 02 Jun 2006 20:28:43 +0000I had a life changing experience with Ubuntu a while ago: it Just Worked. A brilliant OS indeed; it really has incredible potential in the open source movement. Thanks for the appreciation.
Fri, 02 Jun 2006 19:00:44 +0000I have to say I'm getting pretty tired of dealing with buggy, spam prone, insecure, blog software! I havn't installed 2.0.3 yet. Thanks for the heads up Justin.
Fri, 02 Jun 2006 18:26:54 +0000Watch out, there are some annoying bugs in 2.0.3: http://comox.textdrive.com/pipermail/wp-hackers/2006-June/006525.html
Thu, 01 Jun 2006 18:13:59 +0000Thanks for the heads up. I had no idea you were using Ubuntu. I installed Breezy Badger the other day (on nonstandard hardware, granted) and the system kept freezing. Here's hoping I have better luck with Dapper Drake.
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 19:58:53 +0000From T(F)A. :) "In reality, there was no Mayberry. It was just a television studio out in Culver City, California." I agree with you on that one. Mayberry is a myth. It's a created mythological construct, like so many fairy tales and sixties television shows, of how we'd like life to be. In true American style, you can only see utopia when you're hunkered down in from of your pretty glowing television set.
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 19:17:38 +0000An important thing to point out about the audio is that it isn't a positive reflection on Mayberry or the icon of the ideal little town. Here is the definition of Machiavellian from Wikipedia. "Machiavellianism is the term some social and personality psychologists use to describe a person's tendency to deceive and manipulate others for gain." In this quoted phrase, "Mayberry Machiavellian" I heard it as a description of manipulators using the lie of a perfect small town to manipulate fools. Those perfect small towns only existed on TV, IMHO.
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:41:11 +0000Very cool. The title reminded me of a column I wrote a couple of weeks back for the Daily Tar Heel about Chapel Hill politics and how I miss Mayberry, which I'll shamelessly plug.
Sun, 26 Mar 2006 11:00:12 +0000i think that mike is also right i love banksy artwork but since reading your comment i can see how it could become slightly less special to the indvidual. but if he continues to add more art work to our streets - we shouldnt judge him on where/ how he recieves his money no1 should be punished for doing something they love to do he makes a statement and give the 'average joe' something to look out for
Wed, 15 Mar 2006 03:21:50 +0000Brian, it is certainly all about community, and just like you, I was jazzed to see our Chapel Hill blogging community so vibrant last Thursday. Thanks for your continued support, and for being one of the regulars.
Mon, 13 Mar 2006 13:04:08 +0000I'm going to find out what Anton of the Story Blogging project wants to do. I'll report back. But in the mean time I'd love to link to (Podcast) your audio from radicals. :D
Mon, 13 Mar 2006 12:49:17 +0000Sorry 'bout that. Corrected. Thanks for the comment. :)
Mon, 13 Mar 2006 05:45:46 +0000I am interested in submitting an interview I did with Charlene Mitchell for this project. Who do I contact?
Mon, 13 Mar 2006 03:39:41 +0000You're right - ruby was great. Only one small correction - I run redstate - rightmarch is a whole different thing run by someone else.
Sun, 12 Mar 2006 17:19:34 +0000I can't complain about the travelling, but I really do miss being at home every day. This post is a great reason why. Of course, I wich you could be here at SXSW as well, Brian. You would love it. Next year...