From the monthly archives:

March 2007

The relationship between a reporter and a company he (or she) is trying to write about is... well, complicated. In some cases, it's like two hostile nations trying to meet at Camp David, with each side compiling as much information -- secret and otherwise -- about their adversary, and each side trying to read between…

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Come on out tonight and mesh

by Mathew on March 28, 2007

Spring seem to have hit Toronto with a bang, and that can only mean one thing: mesh is coming soon (check out all the details here). And that means it must be time for the next mesh social event, which is on tonight at the Charlotte Room on King Street just east of Spadina. Come…
The Knight Foundation has launched a website aimed at helping "citizen journalism" or community media operations find resources and best practices. Called the Knight Citizen News Network, it's managed by J-Lab -- the Institute for Interactive Journalism -- with content created in part by Dan Gillmor of the Center for Citizen Media and by Amy…

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Feeling the need for speed

by Mathew on March 27, 2007 · 2 comments

I realize that it's sort of childish to be interested in going really, really fast for no other reason than because it's fun to go really, really fast -- but I can't help but be fascinated by this video clip from the UK's Top Gear show of the Bugatti Veyron, the world's fastest production automobile,…

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Update 2: Alan Herrel, who (used to) blog under the name The Head Lemur, has written a long email to Doc Searls - which Doc has posted here -- saying he was not involved in the postings on meankids that appeared beside his picture and name, and apologizing for his involvement in the site. He…

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