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Twitter Feeds to Follow from the #140Conf - 140: The State of Now

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

April 20th, 2010

Quickly: I haven’t been able to livetweet the early sessions of the #140 Conference: The State of Now, but if you’re interested in learning about:

– educating about the politics of race online
– social media as real-time news and information-gathering systems
– Interacting with the television audience in Real Time
– and more…

I encourage you to read the Twitter feeds of the following panelists:

Finding Common Ground: Discussion of issues of race and politics in 140 Characters

Salon’s Joan Walsh @joanwalsh

Professor Blair Kelley @profblmkelley

Culture Kitchen
Blogger (and friend of WIMN’s Voices) Liza Sabater @blogdiva

Comedian Elon James White @elonjames

The Self-Informing Public

Professor Jay Rosen: @jayrosen_nyu

Real-Time News Gathering

NPR’s Andy Carvin @acarvin

CNN’s Eric Kuhn @CNN

The New York Times’ Jennifer Preston @NYT_JenPreston

NBC’s TODAY Show Ryan Osborn @todayshow

TODAY Show and Dateline NBC’s Ann Curry @AnnCurry

Additionally, follow and read the Twitter feeds of social media and tech rock star Deanna Zandt @randomdeanna (author of Share This: How You Will Change the World With Social Networking) as well as writer Marcia G. Yerman @mgyerman, both of whom have been livetweeting the more relevant news, culture information (and snark) here today… including how many of the panels at this Brave New Online World conference are the same old pale-male-stale line-up…

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