Greensboro Blog Swarm Project

There are some very cool ideas flowing “next door” in my fellow NC city of Greensboro. (I live in Chapel Hill). David Hoggard just posted a entry called Greensboro Blog Swarm Project. Quote: “The idea is to identify a community issue and get local bloggers to focus on it for a period of time with an eye toward compiling all of the posts into a collaborative end product.” There is a good discussion about this happening over at the Greensboro101 forums here.

My activism is sharing ideas

What AudioActivism is and does is in flux. One constant is audio. Another is my love of all peoples, democracy, and social justice. Oh yeah and I’m always going to be politically and socially a leftist! Iā€™m just too old to change that now. šŸ™‚ It’s my definition of the term ‘Activism’ that has become more complex. [Here is how wikipedia defines activism.]
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Interview with Ed Cone, Pt.2, 01/16/05

This weeks show is a two part interview with blogger extraordinaire Ed Cone. He’s a professional journalist who’s “beat” is technology and most specifically the inner working of blogging. We talked about a bunch of stuff such as the Greensboro News & Record‘s exploration into blogging, citizen & professional journalism, local & national blogging, critical thinking, the law, etc. Here is part two.
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Interview with Ed Cone, Pt.1, 01/16/05

This weeks show is a two part interview with blogger extraordinaire Ed Cone. He’s a professional journalist who’s “beat” is technology and most specifically the inner working of blogging. We talked about a bunch of stuff such as the Greensboro News & Record‘s exploration into blogging, citizen journalism & professional journalism, local blogging & national blogging, and education. Here is part one. Part two will out in a few days.
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