Friday, July 20, 2007

SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION

Just a reminder to come out and see me Saturday morning!!!

And I'm even linking to Hollihan!

Your humble Cracker has been invited to speak THIS Saturday at a Dutch Treat Luncheon sponsored by the Main Street Journal. It will be held at The Butcher Shop on Germantown Parkway just south of Walnut Grove from 11:30 A.M. to 12:45 P.M.

The topic is The Role of New Media (Internet & Blogging) in Memphis Politics, and I will be joined on the panel by Richard Thompson of Mediaverse, Tom Jones of Smart City Memphis, and ABC24/CW30's Cameron Harper.

It looks like a good time will be had by all, so come on out, grab a bite to eat, and listen to a great discussion!

7 comments:

autoegocrat said...

I hope you say something about the difference between hidden biases and disclosed biases. I agree with almost none of his politcs, but I put much more faith in what Hollihan says than I do in that of many CA writers, simply because I know where he is coming from. When he is writing from bias, I know his bias well enough to get what I need out of his writing.

Similarly, you wear your politics on your sleeve, but you are one of the most reputable bloggers around. Thaddeus is biased against white people but that doesn't stop me from reading his blog.

Who has more credibility? The person whose bias is known, or the person who is hiding something from the reader? If old media needs to learn anything from new media, it's that.

leftwingcarolinablue said...

God help Memphis when you get finished--or maybe I should say Buddha help the Bluffs when you don't bluff (grin). You'll do fine and we're all proud of you.

mike said...

I hope some of your readers will come out with questions for our panel. We're proud to have pulled that one together and think it'll make for an informative lunch.

And if someone has ideas for future Dutch Treat Luncheons, or potential guests, please let us know. We really are committed to creating a place for dialogue and discussion.

Formerly Considered Moderate said...

I am sorry I will miss it, as I will be out of town, but I look forward to the post-meeting wrap-up.

PosterChild42 said...

Wish I could go but Im out of town. Have fun!

'Coma said...

You will do wonderful.
And I'm eager to know what happens here.

Tom Guleff said...

Steve, You guys did a great job. Appreciate your time on a Saturday afternoon.