From the monthly archives:

March 2007

As my friend and fellow mesh organizer Mark Evans notes over here, New York's video-blogging ninja master Loren Feldman of 1938media is coming to mesh -- although as Loren mentions on his blog, we had to accede to a rather long list of demands before he would agree to grace us with his presence. For…

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Thanks to all who meshed

by Mathew on March 29, 2007 · 2 comments

Another great mesh meetup last night at the Charlotte Room, complete with plenty of beverages, snacks, pool tables and great conversation. Thanks to all who came -- and especially to podcaster extraordinaire Leesa Barnes, who brought her podcasting bag of tricks and hopefully caught some great ideas being born amid all the meshing. Hopefully some…

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Jay Rosen, the online journalism veteran behind NewAssigment.net -- an experiment in "crowdsourcing" journalism, or "citizen reporting" or whatever you want to call it -- announced earlier this week that NewAssignment and the Huffington Post are collaborating on a new journalism venture aimed at covering the upcoming U.S. elections. Jay posted about it on his…
At the mesh meetup we had at the Charlotte Room tonight, I ran into Jim Courtney of Skype Journal and he said he had just finished posting something interesting about the new Skype beta -- and he was right. It seems that not only is the client being improved, but eBay is finally starting to…

My favourite story today

by Mathew on March 28, 2007 · 2 comments

For some unknown reason, my favourite story today out of all the RSS feeds I plowed through was this one from the Telegraph (via Neatorama.com), about a Russian gangster who built a gigantic, 13-storey wooden house -- or at least the skeleton of one -- almost single-handedly before being thrown in jail for extortion and…

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