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03.12.05 02:05 PM

SXSW Interactive: Blogging While Black

Just landed in Austin - journal entries to begin forthwith, but in the meantime, this is why I'm here

Details:

SXSW Interactive
Blogging While Black
11:30 AM, Monday, March 14, 2005,
Austin, TX

Moderator: Lynne d Johnson


Panelists:

George Kelly

Kelly edits negrophile.com, a weblog on African-American sites, data and current events, and maintains a Bloggie-nominated personal weblog at allaboutgeorge.com.


Jason Toney

Director of Web Development for Bunim/Murray Productions, Toney blogs at negroplease.com. He earned a degree in Sociology with a minor in Creative Writing from George Washington University.


Tony Pierce

Pierce writes the busblog at tonypierce.com in Hollywood. He has compiled two collections of blog posts and more than 50 photo essays.


Tiffany B Brown

Brown is a web author with the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a freelance web designer with her own firm, Webinista, LLC. She writes blogs about web development (www.tiffanybbrown.com) and wine (www.culturedwino.com), and also manages blackfeminism.org, a community blog about race and gender.

Update 3.14.05: See George's photos on flickr

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