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The Gap: Finding A Place For New Media

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A presentation about the "geek bubble" given by Joel Mark Witt given at Podcamp DC - April 19, 2008.

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The Gap: Finding A Place For New Media

  1. 1. “the gap”finding a place for new mediaJoel Mark Witt FolkMedia.org
  2. 2. FolkMedia.org
  3. 3. the gap FolkMedia.org
  4. 4. geek bubble FolkMedia.org
  5. 5. living outside the bubble FolkMedia.orgPhoto courtesy Jeff Kubina. Licensed under Creative Commons
  6. 6. tell a story FolkMedia.org
  7. 7. target a tribe FolkMedia.org
  8. 8. lean AND mean FolkMedia.org
  9. 9. easy to consume FolkMedia.orgPhoto courtesy “roboppy.” Licensed under Creative Commons
  10. 10. YOU FolkMedia.org
  11. 11. FolkMedia.orgeMail: joelmarkwitt@folkmedia.orgtwitter: joelmarkwittShow: MarylandZoo.TV

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