Monday, June 20, 2005

I have been invited to a forum for Citizen Reporters organised by OhmyNews in Seoul.

This blog may be updated over the next few days but more likely will be a short report at Guardian talk

http://mediatalk.guardian.co.uk/WebX?50@ohmynews@.7747ecc2

My hope is that the Guardian reports this event and makes some connections.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

read your blog, think you'd be really interested in this website

eddprice06888834 said...

I read over your blog, and i found it inquisitive, you may find My Blog interesting. My blog is just about my day to day life, as a park ranger. So please Click Here To Read My Blog

http://www.juicyfruiter.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Just as the auto industry was ripe for change in 1903 when Henry Ford set up Ford Motor Company in Detroit, carmakers again seem on the cusp of revolution.[url=http://atrilander.com/automotive/wood-lake-automotive-foster-road/]wood lake automotive foster road[/url]


Hybrid and pure electric vehicles threaten to overthrow the dynasty of the old internal-combustion engine even as proposed greenhouse-gas legislation would undermine its supremacy. [url=http://atrilander.com/uto-sales/ppn-auto-sales/]ppn auto sales[/url]
China, Japan, and South Korea are hard at work creating batteries for the green cars of the future. And so is Michigan.

Having spent more than $700 million in tax incentives since 2006 to attract, retain, and grow battery companies, the state is aiming to become the “advanced battery capital of the world.” There’s wide agreement here on the consequences.

“We’re faced with either finding new markets for those companies or losing them,” says Greg Main of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. “We can’t be a one-horse town any longer [url=http://atrilander.com/uto-sales/sale-auto-half-year-convention-macrs-irs/]sale auto half year convention macrs irs[/url]
,” said Michael Robinet of auto forecaster CSM Worldwide in Northville, Mich.

But Detroit’s transition to greener automaking is by no means assured. US battery firms are late to the race. Even if their technology wins, there’s no guarantee that Detroit would beat out California or other states vying for supremacy.

Anonymous said...

Hello !

I'm new on this forum so I introduce me...

My name is Jason I'm 19 years old, I'm French.

I like: Tennis and kitesurf...

Nice to meet you

Anonymous said...

Hello,

Nice to be registered on readg.blogspot.com. My little name is maxizhu ;-)