Our (We) Media Dissonance

The sky is falling! Newspapers aren’t going to survive. They’re declaring bankruptcy en masse. The Seattle Post Intelligencer is the latest considering going digital-only, I was told last night at We Media, along with the San Francisco Chronicle. Others already have given up some or all of their print editions. TV networks are bleeding, book […]

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Call It ‘Crowd Forging’

We continue our countdown to WeMedia with an introduction to the GameChangers, from contributor Dorian Benkoil. We Media Game Changers Ignite The Spark of Motivation (See a list of the award winners.) The We Media Game Changers inspire us to give our most precious resources: time, energy, money and ideas.  They compel us to be […]

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A Conversation with Krista Van Tassel of Net Impact

Another podcast! WeMedia is into its second month of producing a regular podcast that features in-depth interviews with prominent media, technology, and social change figures, as well as distinguished experts on current affairs and news. This is the sixth episode. Our goal is to help the WeMedia community understand the roots of the changes taking […]

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Podcast: A Conversation with Joe Marchese, SocialVibe

We’ve recorded another podcast! WeMedia is producing a regular podcast that features in-depth interviews with prominent media, technology, and social change figures, as well as distinguished experts on current affairs and news.  Today marks our third installment.  Our goal is to help the WeMedia community understand the roots of the changes taking place in our […]

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What do our search terms say about us?

The annual list of what the world searches for online has been released.  No real surprises — Britney Spears and Barack Obama top the lists, which are littered with pop culture (WWE, Miley Cyrus, Lindsay Lohan) and political (Sarah Palin) references.  The Olympics, the iPhone, and functional terms like credit score make a good showing […]

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