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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Reading Material

Posted By on Tue, Nov 27, 2007 at 4:59 PM

I'm still adjusting to life after drupal, which includes a new workflow process around posting stories to our website.

Blah blah blah.

Listen to me talk — can you believe that I used to be a poet?

I haven't been surfing Vermont blogs much lately, though I have been reading some interesting articles that are worth passing along.

The Video Explosion: interesting article for media insiders curious about how newspapers are doing with their video experiments.

The Rebirth of Backpack Journalism: I'm with this guy. I would be a backpack journalist... if I were still a reporter who actually wrote stories.

Christopher Walken mask: I know, it's not an article, but it's funny.

The 12 Most Influential Online Videos of All Time: Via Boing Boing. All Your Base Are Belong To Us!

Cory Doctorow Thinks Facebook Won't Last: Or so he says in this column. I'm not sold, though.

William Langewiesche disses Vermont:  That's my alternative title for this glowing profile of one of my favorite writers. If you don't know his work, you're missing out!

And just for kicks... A review of the book I just finished. It was great! I borrowed it from my local library. Have I mentioned that I recently volunteered for the Winooski library advisory board?

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