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August 24, 2004

More RNC

There are already lots of projects out there that respond to the RNC. You might want to check back on John Perry Barlow's Dancing in the Streets or TXT mob, a free service that lets you share messsages with others during the convention. Or take a look at: Free Speech TV, moport, CoDeck, or politics.technorati.com, which is keeping an election watch, and indymedia and their march from Boston to NYC. There are others -- all creating spaces for independent expression. As the Screensavers say, "There are going to be thousands of people textblogging, audioblogging, videoblogging, photoblogging the RNC, most with RSS feeds and most with open content licensing. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a web syndication protocol that is primarily used by news websites and weblogs. There is going to be all of this RSSified RNC content sitting out there ripe for cultural/artistic aggregation."

Good luck to all!

Posted by newradio at August 24, 2004 10:04 AM

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