Local bloggers Jim MacKenzie and Sarah Giavedoni from StuffMonstersLike.com want to buy the moon, build a moonbase and record a folk album on the lunar surface. All they need is your help and $578,000,000,000. (More or less.)
Of course, Xpress wasn’t the only media outlet covering Moogfest. Music magazines, blogs, radio and more were well represented, and as the writers, photographers and videographers make their way back to their hometowns, the Moogfest wrap ups and recaps are sure to keep popping up. Here are a handful to get started. (Photo of Tara Busch by John Grabowski.)
Over the weekend two blogs — one local, one which covers all of North America — captured local street performers at work.
The Citizen-Times provided details today about it’s online collaborative journalism project, LINC, which similar to a Seattle Times project, and is part of a five-paper project sponsored by American University’s J-Lab Institute and funded by the Knight Foundation.
Spookyblogapaloozananny is coming, and it’s time to vote for your online-media faves.
So we’re back. Miss us much? As we write this, many of y’all are getting set for the Beer City Bash at the Orange Peel, so let’s jump right in …
Publishing what amounts to an online diary to untold numbers of readers is inherently awkward. But maybe blogging is best when it drives us out of our comfort zones.
Now that the beer war is over, will the sniping stop?
The blogohood has awakened from the bleak winter but has not yet shut down the computer and gone outside, which means a good harvest of blogs for us.
Twitter! Man! Crazy stuff! Am I right?
It’s the end of March and time for some self improvement, so let’s get to work!
Yeesh. Slim pickings out there. We started the week off buried in snow and ended it in full-tilt spring, but in between, bloggers must have had better things to do.
OK, so maybe we shouldn’t peruse the blog rolls while we’re hungry, but this week food was definitely on our minds and online.
Thanks, bloggers, for all you do. If it’s not current events, it’s discussions on current events. And if it’s not that, then it’s rants about your own blo
State legislation has been filed that would make it illegal to communicate libelous or slanderous material through online services, blogs, forums and other electronic means.
This week, bloggers hit the streets.
It’s time to pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again.
So here we are, one day after Christmas, and not many of you have returned to your computers yet.
In the fall of 2007, Asheville-based writer and photographer Marty Weil set out to document a year in the life of Asheville by taking a picture a day then posting it to a Web site (www.a-year-in-asheville.com). Along the way, he missed a few days, but when he completed the project this September, he had uploaded […]
It’s days before both Christmas AND Chanukah, and a lot of you seem to have checked out already. But a few are planting the seeds of holiday cheer.
Think blogs exist only in the vacuum of the Internet ether? Nope. Blogs, including some of our own, mix and mingle with other forms of media quite nicely, thank you.