This is the stage of the book rollout where it's inevitably going to get a little self-promotional. Please indulge me for a month or so and I'll get back to your regularly scheduled crunchy graphs n' rants.
I'll spare you the entire Chris Anderson clipping service, but here are a few recent interviews and podcasts of note:
- A fun discussion with Jeff De Cagna of Principled Innovation on how the Long Tail applies to non-profits and associations.
- A conversation with Ian Dixon of the Media Center Show. I'm a big fan of Windows Media Center and other Internet-enabled DVRs as potential platforms for Long Tail video.
- A Q&A with IWantMedia on how peer production compliments traditional media.
- I also have a short article in the current Wired on the Age of Peer Production. Marx appears! Andrew Keen thinks I'm a commie or a hippie; I'm not sure which. For the record, I'm a free-market libertarian, which I thought made me an economic conservative (those years at The Economist should be a clue). I suppose if you live in Berkeley people will assume the worst.