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#nv11 toonblogging: Online defamation (not actually a how-to guide)

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Another solid session, this one on keeping your legal nose clean. Many thanks to Gillian Shaw, Patricia Graham and Marko Vesely (and best wishes to Jon Newton for a speedy recovery).

#nv11 toonblogging: Controversy

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Just got out of the Controversy panel at Northern Voice 2011. As you might expect, it was pretty lively and a lot of fun. One thing that distinguishes it from nearly every other social media panel I’ve attended, oh, ever: the discussion, among the panelists and with the audience, was almost completely among women. (Smart, articulate women, I might add.)

The panel: Rebecca Coleman (http://www.rebeccacoleman.ca), Kazia Mullin (http://kitchentablemarketing.ca/) and Lorraine “raincoaster” Murphy (http://www.raincoastermedia.com).

#nv11 toonblogging: April Smith and the heart of the city

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Northern Voice 2011 kicked off this morning with a keynote from blogger, citizen journalist and social media professional April Smith, co-founder of AHA Media. She spoke about helping residents of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to tell their own stories through social media, documenting the area’s daily life, and her own story.

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