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Once again, We Media is designing new space. There’s the physical space of weSpace, the co-working hub we’re launching for entrepreneurs and digital creatives. There’s the social space where we connect innovators through technology, collaboration and creativity. And there’s the space between the ears where we consider our place in a shape-shifting world.
In the City of Fools, a last-minute, April 1 invitation for a private, drop-by with a dignitary is as predictable as cherry blossoms. Still, we appreciated this one to Washington’s frustrated, but very creative, development community: [modevdc] New Meetup: Sit down with Steve Jobs From: “Pete Erickson” To: [modevdc]-email@example.com What: Sit down with Steve Jobs […]
Click Here for Live Coverage For all the world-changing of recent weeks you’d think there were more important matters to parse than The New York Times paywall, AOL’s acquisition of The Huffington Post, the new iPad or the latest corporate power play for domination on the Net. Here’s a suggestion: let’s refocus the conversation on […]
Jason Linkins explains the standards, the quality of journalism and how The Huffington Post really works. Case closed.
Lacking respect for news, AOL tries to charm its way into your wallet with Arianna’s alchemy and a cynical master plan for low- and no-cost content.
Today I watched the movie Groundhog Day and downloaded The Daily on my iPad. Both reminded me how we live the same day over and over until we get it right. Rupert Murdoch’s much-anticipated, save-the-newspaper app debuted after several delays. You’ve got to love the serendipity of the February 2 been-here-before release: the newspaper for […]
The next exhibit in the Museum of Next may be its next museum. Take the tour at Art Project, now online. Google has scanned more than 1,000 masterpeices from prominent art museums around the world and brings images of the artworks to computers via the Web. Visitors have the option to look so closely at […]
If you seek meaning from the events in Egypt, then you know Mona Eltahawy. “An Egyptian from the inside and outside,” she is the voice of a people, an interpreter for Western media. Meet her at We Media NYC.
With most Internet services blocked, Google quickly created a “speak-to-tweet” service to allow people in Egypt to tweet with a voice connection. It allows those on the ground in Egypt to dial three international numbers and leave a voice message sent out as tweet with the #egypt hash tag. You can listen to the messages […]