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Daily Archive for Thursday, November 2nd, 2006

CBS-Fred Friendly Socratic-1982

This is it, just as i received it from Rich Kilberg, who now runs Fred Friendly Seminars, my most fondly remembered seminar, the first we did televised for national tv. Fun to see how young we were in 1982. i’m posting just the first fifteen minutes. Beware the first thirty seconds of blackness. i didn’t want to cut even that.

After this i was offered a Sunday morning affairs program by CBS and turned it down, not wanting to go commercial. Hail to Fred Friendly. He could put a table together.

History of the Internet in Five: Ethan Zuckerman

Ethan Zuckerman blew me away at the Beyond Broadcast conference last spring with a brief net history lesson. Dean Jansen produced this little piece just to show me what he could do. He has become a partner, made the video with me on my scooter and becca and me in Second Life which led us off in Cyberone. Thank you Dean, thank you Ethan.