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Hey kids: If you’re going to be at C2E2 tomorrow night, make sure you come to the obligatory comics blogging panel:


Comics Media
As the internet, mobile devices, and social networking continue to change how we gather information and get entertained, online comics media outlets are quickly evolving to keep pace. Join moderator Heidi MacDonald (www.comicsbeat.com) and representatives from Comics Worth Reading, iFanboy, and other comics sites to find out how they stay on top of a changing landscape.

Friday E352 7:45 PM 8:45 PM

The lineup of participants:

Brigid Alverson — Robot 6, Good Comics for Kids, Manga Blog and about 90 others.
Johanna Draper Carlson — Comics Worth Reading
Noah Berlatsky — TCJ, The Hooded Utilitarian
Ron Richards — iFanboy
Lucas Siegel — Newsarama

Pretty certain I won’t be able to get a word in edgewise!

Comments

  1. Here’s a topic for discussion:

    From Twitter:
    “Library to acquire ENTIRE Twitter archive — ALL public tweets, ever, since March 2006! Details to follow.”

    From the Library of Congress:
    http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2010/04/how-tweet-it-is-library-acquires-entire-twitter-archive/

    “That’s right. Every public tweet, ever, since Twitter’s inception in March 2006, will be archived digitally at the Library of Congress. That’s a LOT of tweets, by the way: Twitter processes more than 50 million tweets every day, with the total numbering in the billions.”

    Yeah, you can complain about privacy, but if you’re sending something out via Twitter, that was never really a concern to begin with. Was it?

  2. mark coale says:

    as they say, never write anything on the internet you don’t want to possibly made public in perpetuity.

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