Friday, November, 26, the day after Thanksgiving in the US, is Buy Nothing Day. I went to the Internationalist Bookstore and Community Center to abstain from buying shit. People all over the world join in.
Continue reading Local Activists 11/29/04
This week’s show is an interview with Betsy Greer of crativism.com. She combines crafts, like knitting, with a socially engaged conscious. One example of her Craftivism is making clothing for people in need. (Also known as crafting for charitable causes.)
Continue reading Local Activists 11/21/04
Here is the second half of the interview with Matt Robinson. He’s a local activist here in Chapel Hill, NC, a writer, and social worker.
Continue reading Local Activists 11/14/04 Pt.2
I just put up a second RSS 2.0 feed called ogg.xml. It contains Ogg Vorbis audio file enclosures. This way if you want just that type of audio file format all you have to do is subscribe to that feed.
Continue reading Ogg.xml – a Ogg audio only feed
This week’s show is in two parts and is an interview with Matt Robinson. He’s a local activist here in Chapel Hill, NC, a writer, and social worker. (Part two will be released soon 🙂
Continue reading Local Activists 11/14/04 Pt.1
Tim over at his blog Tuba City has an EXCELLENT discription of the WXYC panel discussion. Thanks for inviting me Tim!
Doc Searls and many other folks have got me thinking about the nature of podcasting. Is it just a one way medium like radio? Is it two way? (thanks to blogs) Does it work *more* than two ways?
Continue reading What do YOU want to hear?
Today’s podcast is a recording of the WXYC panel discussion on the history and future of Internet radio. It was also broadcast simultaneously on WXYC 89.3 FM.
Continue reading WXYC – The History and Future of Internet Radio
The Internet Archive is a wonderful library of the internet itself. (whole web sites, audo, video, etc.) I’ve been uploading my 3URLs show files their to reach more listeners.
Continue reading Sharing at the Internet Archive