Posted on Friday, March 13, 2009 by Michael
Thanks to host Jonathan Butler who interviewed me on his new radio show “The Browser” on The Radiator… fun times. We discussed Front Porch Forum, Facebook, Craigslist, local online and more. Click here to listen.
UPDATE: From Jonathan today on FPF’s Neighborhood Volunteers Forum…
I am a Volunteer at the Radiator 105.9fm, BTV’s community-access public radio station, where I host a weekly program called ‘the browser’. The program is all about “the people who bring the world wide web to BTV & VT”. My guest this week was Michael Wood-Lewis of Front Porch Forum. You can hear the interview here: http://thebrowser1059.wordpress.com
The success of the FPF is a multi-angle story and I’m sure I’ll host future discussions or interviews about the Forum. If you have any suggestions for guests/topics (related to the Forum or other), please feel free to drop me an email. I can’t use the Radio to overtly and actively promote the Forum, but it is a great story that could merit additional coverage in the future.
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