Archive for July, 2009

My Netroots Nation Debut

It seems odd even to me that I’ll be attending Netroots Nation for the first time this year, and it turns out I have a lot to do. Not only will I be moderating my panel on crowdsourcing, I was also asked to be a panelist on two other fantastic panels on feminism and online [...]

Watch Sotomayor Hearings Live Here

Starting tomorrow:

Ensign, C Street, and The Fellowship (Family)

For those of you who don’t know, I wrote about Ensign and The Fellowship way way back in 2006. At the time, I couldn’t confirm that Ensign lived in the C Street house, but it’s clear now that he has been a resident for some time now.  For a quick overview of what The Fellowship [...]

Participatory Journalism, Democratic and Flawed

Participatory journalism is extremely democratic in nature and that kind of freedom comes with flaws. The journalistic model of HuffingtonPost leverages the democratic nature of participatory journalism more successfully than any other online media outlet out there. If you’re willing to put in some work, a commenter can become a blogger, and a blogger can [...]