“One interesting thing to me is that only one film really looked to the future,” said Paul Jones, director of the public digital library ibiblio.org and one of the competition’s judges.
I did get the final say in the final paragraph (above) of the National Journal article that came out today. No, I can’t read it either because it’s behind a subscribers only restriction. But Sarah did send me a copy. No, I can’t reproduce the whole article here, but hey I gave you the last paragraph.
Remember I did have more to say and it made more sense too.
The Duke Moving Image Contest got several nice mentions in Copyfight as well including a call to arms today.
We’ve gotten a lot of folks signed up on the wiki for the Triangle Bloggers Conference. Many more than we had planned for originally. We’ve already secured a bigger room — now a small auditorium for the conference. If you have topics you want covered or a followup lunch group topic (like a Birds of a Feather session). Go to the conference wiki.
Triangle Bloggers Conference
Saturday, February 12
9 a.m. â€“ 12:30 p.m.
NEW LOCATION: Murphey Hall 116
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dan Gillmor will also be doing a public talk on Monday February 14, 3:30 – 5:00 in the Freedom Forum Conference Center in Carroll Hall (home of the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication). If you are more interested in hearing Dan than in meeting bloggers, then this is the event for you. We will have copies of We the Media for sale and for signing at both events.