Today's OneWebDay event in New York's Battery Park was disappointing. Perhaps because I read a lot of blogs, and many bloggers require little coaxing to wax rhapsodic about how the Web has transformed their job/social life/sense of community, I expected a more enthusiastic, if not a larger, crowd.
Everyone involved in this afternoon Freedom to Connect panel moderated by Jerry Michalski is extremely bright and experienced, but the discussion didn't explore beyond what they've already addressed in their work — much less previous conference appearances. That said, the combination of perspectives — the religious, the journalistic, and the social — was somewhat useful. Participants included Rev.