The Gorgeous Blur is coming back to NYC. The We Media conference returns to New York on April 6 with a fresh flash of the breakthrough projects, prescient insights and cutting-edge innovations shaping media and technology. If you’re a Digital daVinci — a changemaker in media, markets, technology and the way we interact with the […]
Here’s how We roll in 2k11: We’re issuing a We Media challenge to create the brilliant city of the future; We’re awarding $50k to the best start-up ideas; We’re holding a boot camp for would-be entrepreneurs; We’re bringing the We Media conference back to New York; We’re adding new ways to think, create and change everything. There’s more coming. You should be, too.
C. Renzi Stone talks about the new direction of Public Relations and what it means today.
Speaking at: We Media Buenos Aires – Oct. 14-15, 2008 Eduardo Hauser leads DailyMe, a media and technology start-up he founded in 2005. DailyMe offers a user-centric news destination, a platform for publishers to enhance their sites through personalization, and tools for individual publishers to enrich their users’ experience. In 1998, prior to founding DailyMe, Hauser […]
Four years ago, a handful of of bloggers received credentials to cover the Democratic National Convention. The controversial credentials, opposed by MSM, were mocked as gimmicks. Silly, we opined back then, because nearly everyone attending the 2008 conventions would be a blogger. Our forecast is at hand. This will be the most blogged, v-logged, streamed, […]
Social networking is the fastest-growing activity on the user-centric Internet. The idea is that most anyone can join a large, loosely connected network of “friends” to share personal or professional information, establish contacts, communicate, align social activities, establish a personality or brand, and vicariously act-out life online. You pass your profile to your friends, who […]
A long time ago we helped give We Media its name, so a lot of people ask why it’s taken so long to launch a blog about it. Others ask a more relevant question: Ah, why? I was thinking about those questions and the arrogance of blogging when the old joke, told by Woody Allen […]