The following was excerpted from an e-mail I sent Ryan Tate of Gawker after reading his post about David Simon’s testimony at a Senate hearing on the future of newspapers May 6. As far as the whole issue of bloggers attending city council meetings and what not… the fact of the matter is that bloggers [...]
© zoriah/www.zoriah.com Zoriah has a gift for photography. I first came across his work last night, and immediately felt the impact. But even before I was moved by his images, I was blown away by his story. As an embedded journalist in Iraq, Zoriah has been traveling with the multi-national forces and covering the occupation [...]
Rock the Vote recently held a call out to recruit a number of correspondents to Rock the Trail. As part of the application, I had to write a series of essays and produce a two-to-four minute video package on “Our World: My Country as I see it.” Click to Play This is the piece that [...]
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.
One Troll, many names…Originally uploaded by Insurgent A couple days ago, I noticed a couple comments came in with different names, but the same e-mail address. Curious, I decided to search his or her IP address in my comments log and discovered that he or she had made over 85 different comments under dozens of [...]