February 09, 2005

Local Bloggers in Greensboro Talk with Dave Winer

The News & Record, the local paper for Greensboro, NC, just hosted a public forum where local bloggers discuss the future of media with Dave Winer. Dave asked some direct questions of the newspaper folks and the bloggers. I was also very glad to hear Jerry L. McClough, the Blogmaster for 102 North Carolina NAACP blogs, bring up some serious gaps in local reporting. We need more perspectives to reach a wider audience! Here's the Greensboro NAACP blog. Also, Dave talked about the beginning of podcasting too.

MP3 1h 18m 21s 35.8MB 64kbps
OGG 1h 18m 21s 32.5MB 64kbps

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In case your wondering... The original file for this podcast AA_N&R_DaveWiner.mp3 still exists here. http://www.audioactivism.org/audio/AA_N&R_DaveWiner.mp3

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Posted by act at February 9, 2005 11:49 PM

Brian it was a pleasure to meet you last night and having the opportunity to talk with you. I'm looking forward to talking with you one on one. Brain I'm the Blogmaster for the state of NC NAACP the state has 102 blogs. I enjoyed reading and hearing the posts on your site and I'm looking forward to your future posts.

Thanks Brain


Posted by: Jerry at February 10, 2005 02:35 PM

Thanks, Brian, for recording the audio.

Posted by: Lisa Williams at February 11, 2005 10:10 AM

Good to meet you too Jerry. Let's talk soon.

Your welcome Lisa. I really liked 'Four Miniutes About Podcasting'. http://www.cadence90.com/wp/index.php?p=3548

Thank you both for your wonderful contributions.

Posted by: Brian R. at February 11, 2005 10:48 AM

I enjoyed the show, especially the last 20 minutes. BTW, the way to skim podcasts is to read the comments (1:07). But it's definitely enjoyable to listen in.

Posted by: Stephen at February 12, 2005 03:13 AM
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