There’s something wonderful about co-ordinated mass activity like this. Bit like motorcycle display teams for the internet generation. [hat tip to Alfie]
Ivo and the team have put the whole of Us Now up online for everybody to watch. So you’ve got no excuses for not watching me in slightly soft-focus. Us Now from Banyak Films on Vimeo.
I haven’t seen it yet (first screening is tomorrow) but there are a few bits of me in a new documentary about government, democracy and technology called Us Now. Here’s the trailer.
So yesterday lunchtime was fun. We had a Packed house at Demos to hear Clay do his thing. I just filled him with coffee and then asked a few questions. You can listen to the whole thing here.
Sorry about the short notice, but do come along to hear Clay Shirky talk about his book Here Comes Everybody at Demos on Monday at lunchtime (event starts at 12.30pm). I’ll be playing host and asking him a few tricky questions if I can think of some. I particularly want to ask him about his […]
I was at Facebook HQ yesterday and boy, did I feel old. I don’t think I saw anybody older than mid 20s. The office itself has a fairly anonymous entrance on University Avenue in Palo Alto — except for the tens of backpackers who have come on a pilgrimage to have their photo taken by the logo […]
Incredible… [thanks sMary!]
Oh dear. Better stick with the day jobs. According to Cyberwireâ€™s Website Value Calculator, this site is worth a grand total of $126. [via John Naughton]
Jon Ronson had a great little piece in the Guardian Weekend yesterday that illustrates in just a few hundred words what’s changed and stayed the same about journalism in the last couple of decades. Them is one of my favourite non-fiction books — way ahead of its time in terms of the characters Jon chose to follow. […]