Last week, NPR hosted a “small group of really interesting people from the Web 2.0 universe” to talk about social media.
Those interesting people included: Zadi Diaz, Jeff Jarvis, Rob Paterson, Jay Rosen, Doc Searls, Euan Semple, and David Weinberger. (In addition to David Folkenflik, Michel Martin, Andy Carvin, and others from NPR).
I was thinking, when I first heard about this, how wonderful it would be to be a fly-on-the-wall in that set of meetings. Luckily, since
so many most all of those attendees are bloggers, I assumed we’d get at least some coverage of what they discussed.
Turns out to be even better than that. In addition to thevarious posts by the attendees above (which itself would be a pretty decent blogroll for anyone interested in social media), at Andy Carvin’s blog, there’s a whole series of videos of the conversations, as well as informal notes “live-blogged” from the sessions themselves – with comments from readers / viewers:
- Doc Searls: The Static Web vs. the Dynamic Web
- In a World Where Everyone Creates…
- Morning Social Media Discussion at NPR
- Bringing Social Media to New NPR Programming
- Zandi Diaz: From the RNC to Nerdcore
- Jay Rosen: Attention Grabbing vs. Attention Granting
- Rosen, Semple, Jarvis
- David Weinberger: NPR, User-Generated Content and Trust
- Users, Power, and Objectivity
There’s also a set of Andy’s photos at Flickr tagged nprsocialmedia.