Note: this program was broadcast on KYOU, open source radio. Check it out!
Three Internet gurus talk with ThoughtCast about the “social architecture” of the web, and how it might bring people together, and/or pull them apart! The four of us spoke following a daylong conference on the subject.
is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society
at Harvard University, as well as the man behind Joho the Blog
. He is also the author of “Small Pieces, Loosely Joined: A Unified Theory of the Web” and “The Cluetrain Manifesto,” and is currently working on a new book, “Everything is Miscellaneous.”
, an independent, online journalist, is a former member of the mainstream media, and is known to have coined the phrase “stand alone journalism.” As the founder of Spot-on
, a web site featuring diverse voices across the political spectrum, she embodies this practise of “stand alone” independent journalism on the web.
is president and chief operating officer of Corante
, a new media company devoted to promoting social software on the web. A self-described “media subversive,” Stowe also pens the blog Get Real
on Corante, in addition to his personal blog, A Working Model
Click here: to listen (29:30 mins).
And there’s more: Corante has recently launched Corante Hubs and the related Corante Network.
Tags: chris nolan
, david weinberger
, jenny attiyeh
, social architecture
, web 2.0