Wiki site about ICANN. (ICANNWiki)
I will be a panelist in a public roundtable discussion at the Vancouver ICANN meeting entitled "Welcome to ICANN, Here’s What It Means To You." The roundtable is scheduled for Wednesday, 30 November, 10:30 - 11:30, at the Columbia's Westin Bayshore.
The purpose of the roundtable is to introduce ICANN -- its community and its work -- to the local and regional community and press. The roundtable will feature members of the ICANN community in an informal, moderated discussion of what ICANN does, why ICANN is important to various stakeholder communities, what the ICANN community will be doing in Vancouver, why you volunteer your time with ICANN, and how people can get involved.If you're coming to an ICANN meeting for the first time, I would suggest you come to this meeting.
Recent thread on the types of blogs highlighted something that bothers me: The term Blogging has hit the use-by date.
Face it, the word "blog" does not have a beautiful sound.
More to the point, however, there are so many types of blog-like interactions that it is way too generic.
In the thread we arrived at three styles of blogging (they can be mixed in a single blog, of course):
1- Talk - distributed conversation that reaps ideas
2- Inform - links to interesting things
3- Opine - Puts forward viewpoints
Sam Tresler highlighted many uses for blogs:
Can anyone think of a better term than blogging to describe what we are talking about?