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In dieser Woche haben wir uns wieder einmal zusammen gefunden und reden über die Motivation einen Podcast zu machen und dann auch durchzuziehen.
Es ist ein längeres, aber durchaus interessantes Gespräch.
Und diesmal sogar ganz ohne Linkliste :)
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Presentation by Stephanie Hay at SXSW 2011.
Although the web as a medium - and the web industry in general - promotes a somewhat informal community culture, its standards are absolute. Competition continues to evolve our definition of "exceptional" in order to efficiently separate the pioneers from the posers. But when it comes to content, are the boundaries still too informal? Have we been so focused on conceiving, designing, developing, and marketing the most mind-blowing ideas that we’re apathetic to (correctly) adding a space between "log" and "in". I say, no way Jose (The question is, do you? And who is Jose, anyway?) Since designers and developers have been busy creating intensely standards-based work, it’s understandable that they haven’t necessarily kept sharp on their written word. But without the universal nature of black-and-white text to complement an online portfolio or describe a unique application, a reader is left alone to categorize, digest, and decide: am I intrigued enough to do something? In this session, I’ll discuss ways in which web specialists can write compelling, credible content that piques interest and encourages action from readers. Attendees will leave with tips to elevate their content game — whether they’re aiming to more successfully write dynamic resumes and cover letters, describe their work in creative portfolios, guide users through enjoyable web interfaces, or convey value to gain one more paying subscriber.
Intelligence Squared Debate: Both Major Parties are Failing the Australian People - Big Idea - 7 April 2011
This debate is, to say the least, timely. Perhaps at no other time in our recent history has the role of parties, their ‘inner’ workings and the power of apparatchiks been so under the spotlight. It used to be that politics was a matter of principle, where the major parties were committed to political ideals and the public good…but were they really?
Special guest is the developer of the Readability plug-in, Richard Ziade.
Some pre-show notes:
Dave gave a presentation at the New York Times. What did he say?
Hacks and hackers comes to New York. Dave was there. Anything rebootish about it?
Nate Silver joins the New York Times: what do we think?
The sources go direct: an Internet Week event at NYU, followed by an open newsroom. What’s it all about?
Apple has WWDC this week: reflections?
We will be doing this show at ONA in DC is October, 2010.
Jay decided to stop writing about Facebook and privacy. Why?
The Block-by-block community news summit, an event in September that Jay is co-organizing. The research for it includes this list of local news start-ups. We’re going to bring those entrepreneurs together.
Jay: two problems with the news system that I have been thinking and talking about a lot lately… 1.) Mixing up context-dependent and context-independent news; and 2.) Mixing up “level one” users and “level four” users.
Finally, a question I hope we can visit sometime on RBTN: what is Yahoo? I have a hard time understanding their strategy or even their definition.
An interview and discussion of the relationship between Otis Adelbert Kline and Edgar Rice Burroughs, whose writing career were close to parallel. Hosted on Panthan Press
Is Dave a Replacenik? Gwen Ifill. Death of the open web.
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