iFOCOS live-blog coverage of We Media 2008, organized by panel
As part of our on-going wrap-up of last month’s We Media Miami conference, I’m collecting here all the live-blog posts from the iFOCOS We Media blog, organized by panel.
The We Media fellows — that dynamic, hard-working group of folks who received some financial help to attend the conference, thanks to generous assistance from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation — took turns covering panels and posting their notes on our blog.
These live-blog posts serve as a written record of each panel. You can also, of course, access audio from the panels as well — eventually all the audio should be avaible.
Note: To see live-blogging and online commentary by other conference participants and fellows writing on their own sites, go to this round-up of conference blog coverage.
Panels on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008:
SEARCH WORLD – Trust, Relevance and Rights (Breakout): Blogged by Jonathan Hendler
HEALTHY WORLD – The Future of Information & Communication Technologies in Health (Forum): Blogged by Jacqueline Kreinik: post one, two, three, four and five, (with additional commentary from Zita Arocha)
INNOVATION WORLD – The Knight News Challenge (Breakout): Blogged by Jessica Reyes
ACTIVIST WORLD (Breakout): Blogged by Jessie Schuster.
WIDGET WORLD – The ME Revolution (Breakout): Blogged by Jacqueline Guitierrez
CIVIL DISCOURSE (Breakout): Blogged by Sarah Schacht
NEWS WORLD – Traditions and Transformation (Breakout): Blogged by Travis Smith
INDIGENOUS WORLD – We Tell Our Own Stories (Breakout): Global Voices blogging (and additional commentary from Renata Avila)
Panels on Thursday morning, February 28:
DEVELOPER’S WORLD: Emerging Content, Yours Mine and Ours (Forum): Blogged by Brooks Lindsay