SATURDAY SESSION NOTES (click on the headline to post your notes)
Listed below are the breakout sessions called by JTM-PNW participants on Saturday. In each case, by clicking on the title, you can see whether notes of the session have been posted. Any session participant can use the wiki to add notes, or email notes of a session to email@example.com Sessions with titles in bold have completed and file session notes.
10:30 a.m. sessions
- Locally Grown News using the local eating philosophy as an opening for relationship, conversation, new economy? Michelle Ferrier (J)
- How can we keep the conversation going post jtmpnw? (What venues, opps would allow for future connections. sharing, collaborating, trust-building)+ What electronic tools would you like us to maintain or create in order to keep this process going and growing? Susan Gleason, John Hamer, & Charlie Hamilton (B)
- Strategies for collaboration across difference. Dialogue with republicans, conservatives and fox news fans about journalism that matters. David Messerschmidt (H)
- What does the news ecology look like for the Asian and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the Pacific Northwest & What new possibility can we create? Sanjay (D)
- Local, universal broadband and journalism: Digital Justice (brief caucus). Jonathon (JTM Table @ noon)
1:30 p.m. sessions
- What tools exist to find good media story telling? What opportunity is there for new tools? Charlie Hamilton. (L)
- How to develop Local Labs for coders working on local government transparency. Maurreen Skowran and Bill Densmore. (Olympic) -- This session was suspended indefinitely. Please contact Bill or Maurreen if you're interested.
- Enacting a journalist's creed via art and craft of story telling. Anne Stadler. and Peggy Holman (C)
- The Tyee of Vancouver, BC. Six year independent web success story. Sharing innovations and slips. David Beers. (B)
- Washington News Council has received grant from the Gates Foundation. Help John Hamer spend $200,000 to reimagine news and community in Pacific Northwest. John Hamer.
- How do we steward a civic communications commons in King County? Anne Stadler, Peggy Holman, Lew Friedland (C)
3:00 p.m. sessions
- Reader commenting: How can you manage it effectively with limited resources? Bob Payne
- How to create a happiness index for Seattle. Mitsue Cook (K)
- Creating a sustainable journalism incubator: What is that? Michelle Ferrier (J)
- Is transparency, accountability and openess a path to public trust? John Hamer
- A new business model for covering government. Bart Preecs (H)
- What's possible in new media harnessing world-changing passion around global health and developing nations? Sanjay Bhatt (C)
- Are you an entrepreneur by nature or by circumstance? Michael Bradbury (B-Olympic)
- The L3C: Can the corporation learn to achieve profits and social purpose? Bill Densmore (I)