“Conversation is King, content is just something to talk about.” Oh, how I wish I were the person who coined that phrase. That credit goes to author and activist Cory Doctorow, and I read it in Clay Shirky’s seminal book, Here Comes Everybody. It’s a concept that deserves some expansion – even some conversation. If [...]
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Here’s a comment I posted to my friend Raul Pacheco-Vega’s blog, Hummingbird604. He was asking for some more opportunities for the Vancouver online community to discuss at a deeper level the many issues our evolving use of social media raises. I’ll comment a bit more, but here’s what I posted following his article. Has the [...]
Oh wow, I think I have found another excellent teacher of web/cultural anthropology topics. His name is Michael Wesch, and he teaches Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University. Makes me wish I lived in Kansas. He’s got a YouTube channel, and I’m going to stay up late and watch EVERYTHING. Meanwhile, here’s a clip I [...]