Extreme Democracy

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Jon Lebkowsky, Mitch Ratcliffe
Lulu.com, Jun 1, 2005 - Social Science - 371 pages
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Are blogs and other emerging technologies changing the face of politics? Extreme Democracy is a collection of writings about the impact of technology on the political process. Authors include Steven Johnson, Joi Ito, David Weinberger, Jay Rosen, Mitch Ratcliffe, Jon Lebkowsky, danah boyd, and many others. Jon Lebkowsky discusses Extreme Democracy in an interview on the WELL, currently in progress.
  

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About the author (2005)

Steve Mack is a principal at LUX Media (http: //luxmedia.com), a firm specializing in interactive media design, live events, a/v production, and training. He wrote the "Streaming Media Bible" (Wiley), and contributes to various Web and print publications. He has produced many prestigious Internet broadcasts, including U2 live from Notre Dame (Yahoo Internet Magazine's "Top of the Net for 2001"), President Clinton's inaugural address, and the first public live Internet broadcast of a Seattle Mariners game.

Mitch Ratcliffe is a veteran journalist and media executive who is a pioneer in online content. As editor of Digital Media: A Seybold Report, he covered the dawn of the commercial Internet, interactive entertainment and television industries. As editor and chief content officer of the "ON24 Financial News Network," Ratcliffe produced more than 76,000 streaming audio and video news programs.

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