I’ve been eager to use CommentPress since I first heard about it. Developed by the Institute for the Future of the Book, CP is a cleverly designed template for WordPress geared for online publication of books and papers. Sections of your paper are posted as blog entries, but the big, big feature is that unlike […]
Ugh, will this one ever end? I decided to create an audio narrated slidecast of my 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story, using the audio I recorded when I did the presentation at the 2007 NMC Regional Conference at Tulane. It took a bit more time, as I had to grab screenshots, stuff […]
Closing keynote for the NMC Regional Conference at Tulane is Not Since the Great Depression: The Post Katrina Documentary Impulse and New Media by Michael Mizell-Nelson, University of New Orleans, Hurricane Digital Memory Bank (Collecting, Preserving, and Presenting the stories and digital record of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita). Assembling content for an online database project […]
Digital in the Wild: Community Using Technology in Post-Katrina New Orleans NOLA Blogger panel session at NMC Regional Conference at Tulane. A panel of five community activists (Ted Cash, Bart Everson, Alan Gutierrez, Sandy Rosenthal) will present their perspectives on how the levee catastrophe in New Orleans catapulted the need for digital information and communication […]
presentation by Joe Lambert at NMC Regional Conference at Tulane. This session will discuss a range of approaches from the field of media arts in capturing stories, from creative writing prompts, to interview techniques, to place-based recordings, and talking into images and film. Come learn what works, what doesn’t, and what might be best suited […]
Not the Sunday Funnies: Lessons from Webcomics presentation by Ruben Puentadora at NMC Regional Conference at Tulane. It all began in 1993 with a one-panel comic called “Doctor Fun,” published on the University of Chicago Library website. Others soon followed, and today the webcomic is a flourishing medium, with thousands of authors uploading their creations […]
Opening keynote for the NMC Regional Conference at Tulane is Words and Music, Crafts and Costumes, Ritual and… Radio: The Power of Old Media in New Orleans by Nick Spitzer, of American Routes “the radio program from New Orleans devoted to the sources and symbols of blues and jazz, country and gospel, roots rock and […]
Hands Off My Beignets! posted 6 Nov ’07, 10.27pm MST PST on flickr Cafe du Monde, the famous spot in New Orleans for coffee and sugar piled on dough fried in fat! As the resident diabetic, I could only photograph the carnage. It’s the night before another great NMC event- the New Orleans Regional Conference […]
Evening on Bourbon Street posted 4 Oct ’05, 9.51pm MDT PST on flickr I really like New Orleans. And I miss it. I’m off tomorrow early early for a flight to New Orleans- this week is the 2007 NMC Regional Conference hosted by Tulane University. C’mon down to the Quarter! (also trying desperately to see […]
It’s the day before I board the Big Old Jet Airliner to the NMC Summer Conference and I am piling on the Web 2.0 Tagging goodness, or zaniness. This recap is as much to document as to thanks those I lean on.
Last year, at the 2006 Summer conference in Cleveland, being my first one in the fold of NMC employment, I rolled out a Tag This Conference page, mixing up del.icio.us, flickr, and hopefully technorati content all tagged with nmc2006, the page doing so with some help from a local version of feed2js. Repeated this tagging for the 2006 Regional Conference in San Antonio.
So without too much extension, the Web 1.0ish page is up for next week’s conference spiffed up a bit by bringing it also up as a Tumblog, which presents the feeds from the same 3 sources a bit more stylishly.
Okay, that is good, but…