In NY for WJI Conference for Minority Journalists of Faith

Hi everyone, Sorry I have been missing in action for so long. There has been a lot going on, starting with a recent job change and a move. I hope to keep blogging here, though it won’t be with the same regularity that you have seen in the past. I’m in NY City this evening,…

Heads Up: Conference for Minority Journalists of Faith

I’ll be part of a panel discussing blogs, and online writting at this year’s WJI Conference for Minority Journalists of Faith. You can see the full list of educators who will be presenting. Professional and college journalists of faith will gather together for the annual World Journalism Institute weekend conference for minority journalists of faith….

I’ll be at NSHMBA’s 18th Annual Conference and Career Expo

I’ll be heading out to Houston TX on Thursday for NSHMBA’s 18th Annual Conference and Career Expo. I’ll be saying a few words at a the Proctor & Gamble Luncheon, but otherwise its going to be just a time to meet up with our members, and do some networking. You can learn more and register…

Busy Schedule these days…

I’ve been real busy the last couple weeks, so here are my apologies for the lack of frequent posting. I have some homework to catch up on tonight, and I have a presentation to prepare for Saturday. I’ll be talking about using the Internet to help win political campaigns to a group of students from…

From the vault: Brownback for President?

For those non-political readers, don’t say I didn’t warn you. I was at CPAC 2007 just a few weeks ago, and got to record Brownback answering some questions. Since I was just putting up some other videos, I thought I would throw this one up.

Google, Fairness, Bias: Talking to Eliot Schrage

Update: David All has posted some thoughts on the conversation with Schrage. Google’s top executives are known to contribute heavily to Democratic pols. And the allegations raised by prominent bloggers in the conservative ’sphere like Michelle Malkin and others brings to light the notion that at some time, some video might be removed, or perhaps,…

Politics Online: Keynote Session with Eliot Schrage, Google.com

Eliot Schrage is VP of Global Communications for Google, Inc. He is a TERRIBLE public speaker! I mean, really bad. I mean, like first year Public Speaking 101 bad. He starts off arguing that Google is content neutral, and argues that even though some may not like it, they are obligated to allow all sorts…

Live from Politics Online 2007 Conference

9:41 AM: I’m in DC sitting at the first morning plenary. Its starting a bit late–it seems there has been some sort of accident on the Red Line here in DC, so people are running a bit behind schedule. (http://polc.ipdi.org/) The topic this morning is “On-Demand Politics: Lessons from the Business Web.” I’m going to…

Politics Online Conference 2007

I’ll be attending this year’s Politics Online Conference in Washington DC. They have brought together a great list of speakers, and looking over the agenda, I see a lot of sessions that are going to be quite interesting. I’m looking forward to it. If any readers of my humble blog happen to be there, drop…