Tumblelog by Soup.io
Newer posts are loading.
You are at the newest post.
Click here to check if anything new just came in.

February 27 2014

07:24

August 11 2013

08:40

We did our first show today

March 30 2013

19:02

Gillmor Gang 03.30.13: Spring Training

The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Robert Scoble, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — takes turns sizing up the new season. With Steve Ballmer running out of room and close to the warning track, we talk about who might be called up from the minors. The consensus is that Steve has 18 months to tur n things around. He’s a proud man, though, and may make the big move to Emeritus sooner than too late. Dave Winer is back with a nifty pivot on Google Reader’s trip to the showers. The Gillmor Gang rode RSS and podcasting to the Big Show, and it’s good to see Dave going even further back to his outliner roots. More than anything, Winer made the hard stuff look easy and gave the tech generation a voice. Today it seems obvious, but Winer, with a little help from his friends, changed the way the game is played. Batter up. @stevegillmor, @scobleizer, @dsearls, @kevinmarks Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor http://techcrunch.com/2013/03/30/gillmor-gang-spring-training/

November 27 2011

09:16

Scripting News: A podcast, a long one!

I did a 36-minute podcast today on a variety of topics: 1. Software projects. 2. Community rivers. 3. Has politics changed?

November 21 2011

08:41

Scripting News: Podcast postscript to Monday's podcast

http://scripting.com/stories/2011/11/20/podcastPostscriptToMondays.html I had a great time doing the Stack Exchange podcast last week with Joel and Jeff. Dave Winer: What podcasts do you like, who you think would make for interesting conversation??

May 08 2011

21:05

Rebooting the News 69:

PressThink’s new design and the little design feature some call “Winerlinks.” Online News Association: what are the master narratives of Rebooting the News? For that is what we are going to discuss with the people who come to see the live taping of our show in Washington. Dave participates in Jay’s class and reads eight news executives grappling with the rebooted system of news, followed by ten bloggers and new media thinkers doing the same thing. Juan Williams and NPR: I believe Brian Stelter’s piece is the first time “view from nowhere” made the New York Times. Or the first without quotes, at least. Pressthink on it. Jay was on NPR’s On Point about it. The fun of blogging and the sources going direct: Virgin America, power plugs, and Jim Fallows. Intelligent. Elegant. And mature. New blogging and commenting guidelines for The Guardian’s journalists/ Huffduffed from http://rebootnews.com/2010/10/25/rebooting-the-news-69/

March 13 2011

13:46

Rebooting The News #73

Robert Scoble: Is the tech press needed anymore? A revealing post. He writes… “So, what’s up with the headline I picked for this blog? I’m noticing that lots of app developers are seeing HUGE adoptions without being pushed ANYWHERE but on Apple’s iTunes app store. That’s how MyTown got so big. It’s also how Instagram got so popular so fast. FastMall’s CEO told me that’s where almost all of its users came from. “Do app developers need the press anymore? They tell me yes, but not for the reason you might think. What’s the reason? Well, they suspect that Apple’s team is watching the press for which apps get discussed and hyped up.” Sure enough, the TSA story (introducing “patdowns,” and “don’t touch my junk” to the vernacular) went viral, as we predicted in RBTN #72. So did one of Jay’s tweets on it. Jay returned to video for Resentment News (and More Blondes Per Square Foot): Explaining What Fox News Channel Is. Should this experiment continue? Scripting News: The Design Challenge. How to make the river-of-news style aggregator more attractive to the eye. Any takers? Tumblr’s $25 million, the “freemium” model, and the competition for engineering talent. Dave’s got a love affair going with Hacker News. What’s that about? Huffduffed from http://rebootnews.com/2010/11/22/rebooting-the-news-73/

February 28 2011

19:57

Rebooting The News 84

Huffduffed from http://scripting.com/

January 31 2011

22:33

Rebooting the News: Episode 80

Jay is on the road, and I just got back — but the news keeps on rebooting — so we got Doc Searls to fill us in on what’s going on with cable and how Al Jazeera is covering the events in Egypt. He calls it the Sputnik Moment for cable. Doc weaves a wonderful story. We had nothing but technical glitches starting up the podcast, but we found a rhythm. We talked about WikiLeaks, educating the journo-programmer, and whether the US will flip the Kill Switch if there ever is such a thing. Doc thinks not, but I think hmmm… Huffduffed from http://rebootnews.com/2011/01/31/rebooting-the-news-80/

January 09 2011

23:31

Scripting News: Dave Does Podcast!

Years ago I did my own called Morning Coffee Notes. Today, I did a 1/2 hour podcast in the coffeenotes thread. It's about WikiLeaks, Wired, Salon and the freedom of the Internet. New actors, same story! From http://scripting.com/stories/2010/12/31/daveDoesPodcast.html

December 06 2010

19:50

Rebooting the News 75

As Dave said Dec. 3rd, “We’re having a Rebooting The News moment here with WikiLeaks.” Indeed. Now we now how the open Net comes crashing down. * First came the denial of service attacks. (Dave: “How do we know that?”) * Next, Amazon Web Services kicked Wikileaks off its cloud servers. * Then it was EveryDNS.net., which stopped serving the domain wikileaks.org * Then Tableau Software removed data visualizations Wikileaks had running there. * Then PayPal started choking off the air supply: donations. * The U.S. Library of Congress even got into the act, shutting down access to Wikileaks at its terminals. Huffduffed from http://rebootnews.com/2010/12/06/rebooting-the-news-75/
Older posts are this way If this message doesn't go away, click anywhere on the page to continue loading posts.
Could not load more posts
Maybe Soup is currently being updated? I'll try again automatically in a few seconds...
Just a second, loading more posts...
You've reached the end.

Don't be the product, buy the product!

Schweinderl