Scripting News for 9/14/07

Scoble and Maryam sittin in a tree 

Last night at 2AM, Maryam Scoble gave birth to a healthy 9 pound boy named Milan.

Scoble being Scoble, of course there’s a Twittergram marking the moment, and some Flickr pics. And Maryam’s seemingly endless labor was lovingly chronicled on Twitter itself.

Oh happy day!

Much love and a hearty mazel tov to the proud parents, his big bro Patrick and the newborn baby boy.

Mash Me Baby 

I’d love to get an invite for http://mash.yahoo.com/ — thanks in advance! :-)

PS: I got one. Thanks!!

The newsroom for the blogging generation 

Click on the pic for more info.

On the calendar 

Networked Journalism Summit, Oct 10, in NYC.

Jeff Jarvis: “The premise of all this is that even as journalistic organizations may shrink, along with their revenue bases, journalism itself can and must expand and it will do that through collaborative work. The internet makes that collaboration possible and we’ve barely begun to explore the opportunities it affords. A year or two ago, the point of such a meeting might have been evangelizing this idea. But in that time, a number of great projects in collaborative, networked journalism have taken off. So now is the time to share the lessons — success and failures — from these efforts and to determine what’s needed to move on to the next goals. By bringing together about 150 practitioners from all sides, we hope that the meeting itself can spark new partnerships and projects.”

Lunch with Loic Le Meur at T-Rex in Berkeley 

http://loiclemeur.com/

More news in Scripting News 

The RSS feed for Scripting News now has the last 20 items posted to the blog instead of just the posts for the most recent day. This means that if you read the feed in an app that more or less displays the contents of the feed (as opposed to the new stuff) you’ll see more.

2 responses to this post.

  1. was great finally meeting you Dave, thanks for the picture.

    Reply

  2. Posted by jjames on September 14, 2007 at 11:37 pm

    do you now have invites to give? if so, you should check out inviteshare.com

    Reply

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