- Freakonomics » Who Runs the Internet? A Freakonomics Radio Rebroadcast
- The Twee Revolution - James Parker - The Atlantic
- Hyperlapse, Instagram’s New App, Is Like a $15,000 Video Setup in Your Hand | Design | WIRED
- 9-Volt Nirvana - Radiolab
- Jobs Of The Future: Where They Are, How To Get Them | Fast Company | Business Innovation
- Red Hook’s Cutting-Edge Wireless Network - NYTimes.com
- The Denny city bike
- Why I’m Asking You Not to Use Laptops – Lingua Franca - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Category Archives: By-Pass The Media
Some time ago, I cut the cord.. disconnected from cable. Some time after that, I got rid of the antenna as well. I still watch television content, just not over the air or via cable; rather with a Mac Mini … Continue reading
This morning Dan pointed me to an article in Today’s NY Times about Nobody’s Watching. Nobody’s Watching is a sitcom in the form of a reality show about creating a sitcom. (A bit convoluted, no doubt). Nobody’s Watching is a … Continue reading
Wired News: Brave New World for Public Media
Democracy: Internet TV Now supports Linux..!
The Geography of Community Media | Mapping Access Amazing how many there are. What can be done with a network of this size?
MNN Events MNN, Manhattan’s Public Access Station is starting to offer video blogging classes. Here is the first: Going beyond the Channels: Vlogging as an alternative means of Distribution Wednesday March 1st, 2006, 6:30-8:30 pm Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Open Studio