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Watching the River Flow

For those who listened in on this week's Gillmor Gang, here's a clueful chunk of reporting from Rafat Ali's paidContent.org on AP CEO Tom Curley's table-setting talk at the Online News Association 2004 conference in L.

November 13, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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Never MetaData I didn't Like

As I indicated in the Podcasting conversation at BloggerCon, Gillmor Gang is moving away not toward transcripts. So in fact is Doug Kaye for all of his IT Conversations.

November 11, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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Surfacing (briefly)

There's a ton of things I want to say about BloggerCon and its surrounding ripples, but I'm horrifically late on this RSS report for Release 1.0 (sorry Christina, I'm just taking a 10 minute break).

November 9, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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The Podosphere

At Bloggercon III in an opening session on podcasting, I used the term "podosphere" to signal the emergence of a boostrapped audio paradigm on top of the blogosphere. Within seconds of the comment, Stowe Boyd of Corante had logged on to Network Solutions zen.

November 6, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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The Customer in Charge

No matter what we think about the Resident's Re-election (and I think it bites) the real revolution is going on in the streets. Adam Bosworth leads the charge:Most of the value today is coming from the community, the reputation, the access to information and goods and services, and the media itself.

November 4, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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As I was saying

The last time I posted, some four months ago, it was to my blog over on eWEEK.com.

October 27, 2004 by Steve Gillmor

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