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Adriana Lukas, MediaInfluencer

By Dave Birch posted Jun 16 2008 at 11:29 AM
[Dave Birch] Adriana Lukas was one of the founders of Samizdata, one of the first political blogs, and went on to be part of the The Big Blog Company before becoming a social networking, well, guru, frankly. She is developing interesting new thinking about identity from a non-technical direction and in this podcast she discusses some of the key concepts, touching on hew work with Project VRM and "The Mine" tool.

You can download this and other podcasts in both iPod (MP4) and MP3 format from the Consult Hyperion podcast page, where you can also subscribe to the podcast RSS feed. If you have iTunes, you can find the podcasts in the iTunes Store: just search for "Consult Hyperion" in the podcasts area and you can click and subscribe. Alternatively, you can click on this iTunes link.


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