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Marshall's Web Tool Blog

Training and Consulting in New Tools for Effective Web Use

This site is an archive of posts that I hope you will find useful. Please visit my new site at Marshallk.com.

Beyond the White Male Blogosphere

A debate has been raging for some time over the all too predictable trend for the most powerful, visible bloggers to be white men from the US. That debate is well outlined and followed by short reviews of 14 great looking blogs by people who are not in that group at this post. I highly recommend reading it, and checking out some of the blogs discussed at the end of the article. There's also a healthy chunk of comments afterwards.

Similar rumblings are going on in the world of podcasting. This morning I listened to another great edition of Caribbean Free Radio, hosted by the fantastic Georgia Popplewell. You can listen to it on your computer, or download it onto a portable MP3 player. It's a great example of online content created by folks other than those who dominate mainstream media in the US.

I plan to put a list of my favorite podcasts on the sidebar of this blog, but I'll mention for now that they include The Global Shortwave Report (though not intended as a podcast), The Dawn and Drew Show, many things at IT Conversations and lots at Radio4all.net.

If any readers are interested in help producing, promoting and using podcasting for public or internal organizational purposes, that's a service I intend to offer. Just send me an email.

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