Web 2.0 for journalists and artists: collaboration and community

by Andy Oram

One of the biggest benefits of a conference is meeting new people with surprising ideas, and on the last day of Kosmopolis in Barcelona I grabbed a couple of those marvelous opportunities. I had a brief talk, followed up by email, with the founder of Dispatx, a site dedicated to collaborative art production and to exploring the processes behind collaborative art. I also struck up a conversation with an author who gave me a whole different perspective on the subject matter I was talking about at the conference: the influence of interactive web technologies on journalism.


fred nerk
2006-10-30 07:57:25
with all due respect to a Mate of Tim and significant person in the history of my favourite computer book company, this lot belongs in pseuds corner. as in private eye. as in doing personal klein bottle impersonations, if one gets my drift.
Ljiljana Lazicic-Putnik,MD
2006-10-31 00:16:44
publish online is new/for somebody/and interesting media.My vision of your webpage is very impressive.We can enjoyed through our interesting about the world of art.Authors and artists using the Internet can speak about creations,feelings and ideas of contemporary and modern section on art.
Best regards,
Ljiljana Lazicic-Putnik,MD Pula/Croatia
Donnie Berkholz
2006-10-31 06:16:30
Fun article, but the periods in every caption (for sentence fragments) bug me so much that I can hardly concentrate on the content.
Oliver Luker
2006-10-31 07:48:41
Come, come - there's no shame in just admitting that you don't understand.