For those that have been wondering why I’ve been so quiet here, please visit my daily blog Mediasphere. Right now, I’m dropping blogs detailing my time at the Web Video Summit. Check it out.
For the past two years or so, I have been the organizer for the Bay Area Media Makers. Once a month we all get together, network, and catch up on what’s going on in the Bay Area media-sphere and how we can plug in. Our next meeting is this Wednesday, in Oakland, and you should [...]
Media Sphere – A Cnet Blog Originally uploaded by Insurgent I headed to Washington DC last month to meet with members of Congress and their staff about the Free Flow of Information Act of 2007 which had just been introduced days before my visit. For those that don’t know, the bill would extend the same [...]
So my comments got corrupted while I was flying back to SF tonight… I’ve restored the database but lost a few comments in the process… I’ll recreate them sometime tomorrow.
Prisonblogs.net: Because Every Voice Deserves to Be Heard Originally uploaded by Insurgent Prisonblogs.net is devoted towards empowering those behind bars and providing a means for them to get their reports, their stories, and their artwork out to the world. As a volunteer organization, prisonblogs.net works by pairing a prisoner with a sponsor who will transcribe [...]
GQ – Stephen Colbert Originally uploaded by webrageous This Tuesday, June 12th, I will be interviewed by Stephen Colbert, the man TIME magazine named one of the 100 most influential people in the world. For anyone who doesn’t know, The Colbert Report is a satirical spin-of of The Daily Show produced in the vein of [...]
Click To Play This past Saturday, after catching a quick breakfast in the Upper Haight with a visiting relative, I headed out to the 2007 Progressive Convention with the hope of witnessing one or more progressive challengers announce their candidacy for Mayor of San Francisco. While no viable candidates rose to the occasion, the event [...]