Al Gore gave the keynote at the We Media conference last week on the Marketplace of Ideas, on how the national debate has been consumed by our addiction to the one-way transmission of television and the conglomerate (and governmental) powers affecting the message. He mentioned his media effort created in the hopes of generating conversation, Current TV, and how the Internet still has a negligible affect on the national debate. Very valuable podcast. Here’s the Utne synopsis.
This blog is the work of Dave Burke who resides in Burlington, Vermont. It contains my archive of 2335 posts written between 2003 and 2012 and primarily covers .NET and Microsoft technologies.
In late 2012 I returned to my roots in Linux and Open Systems Development and launched NixMash where I blog about Linux, Java, and related topics.