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Scoble’s Day of Meetings

Lunch with Dave Davison, retired VC’er. Meeting with editorial crew. Meeting with Paul (Maryam’s boss).

Wiki Wired

UPDATE: Veni. Vidi. Wiki. The published story, and commentary by Ryan Singel, The Wiki That Edited Me.

Wiring the Wiki

The Wired Wiki project is really coming along. The main article has over 100 edits from a diverse group, there are lots of headline suggestions and sanding of the deck.

Edit this Wired News

Last time someone tried this it was a disaster, but Wired News has boldly put an article about wikis into a Socialtext wiki for anyone to be a Wired editor:

“Hidden Voice of Wired” Passes Away

This weekend, the Valley lost a sharp journalist and a good man. Bill Goggins, a former editor at Wired Magazine, died while running the San Francisco Marathon this Sunday.

Sen. Stevens and Net Neutrality

It’s scary when the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation-the committee with oversight of telecommunications, the committee that is addressing the Net neutrality question-displays a remarkable degree of ignorance about the nature of the Net itself.

Wired Magazine Owner Conde Nast Buys Wired News
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Conde Nast, owner of Wired Magazine, has bought Wired News. If that seems confusing, it doesn’t matter if you have been paying attention.

Wired News Staff are Bedraggled Lost Characters

When Cond Nast announced last night that it bought Wired News, the press acted like Wired was rescuing a desperate crew of disaster survivors.

The Next Web: Get Up to Speed on Web 2.0

If you want to get up to speed on Web 2.0 – how new technology, business models, innovation and culture changes will affect the direction of the web, the way we do business and the way we live – The Next Web one-day conference in Amsterdam on Friday 7 July is the place to be.

Where 2.0 According to Wired Mag

Sick of hearing about this yet??? Too bad… there’s so much to talk about I can’t seem to give it a rest ;0) Wired Magazine’s coverage from Where 2.0 is, to say the least, interesting, and informative… case in point, this article titled “Where 2.0 Gives the World Meaning”.

Growing Up Wired; E-biz Looks Younger

It won’t be long until the average Internet user isn’t so average. As teenagers, a demographic that has little or no memory of life before the Web, grow into adults, the world of e-commerce will expand to levels heretofore unrealized (or dreamed).

Outook Not Ready For Indiana Legislature

Indiana, which straddles the time zone line between Eastern and Central time, has long had its own weird limbo time zone.

Memetrackers Go Horizontal and Vertical

Memeorandum, which to date has focused on tech and politics, is wisely starting to branch out horizontally with new vertical sites.

Mix06 Ads Everywhere

They are in Wired magazine in Pittsburgh.

Jason Says Blog for us and Make Money

And who’s to argue with his claim? Jason Calacanis made money from blogging (sold his blogging network to AOL for $25 million).

Corporate Firewalls Blocking Blogs

If you’re behind a company firewall, there’s an increasing chance that you’re not able to read this-or any other-blog.

The Rise of Individual Credibility

A challenging assessment of the differences between executive blogging and business blogging and which are best blogs …

Yahoo Will Televise The Revolution

With the help of an open standard called Media RSS, Yahoo makes it easier for small video makers to get noticed.

Wired Tries to Adapt to the Blog Age

Blogs are forcing journalists and journalism to become more accountable. And those who can’t beat the bloggers at their own game (news/opinion), really better join them in adopting their best practices.

Manage your iPod with Winamp

News earlier this week that the next version of iTunes will enable you to sync your podcasts directly with your iPod, without needing separate podcatching software, has been eclipsed by this news in Wired News about Winamp…

Tiger Talk: Views On Mac OS X

Apple continues to get great press … this time regarding the newly updated Mac operating system nicknamed “Tiger”.