I can’t wait until my studio is built out and I can just rollin and do a podcast a day (if I like).
Anway, I’m doing three radio shows today including my own, an indie podcast, and a roundtable at KCRW Santa Monica.
Here is the topic of CalacanisCast Beta11:
Control by Obscurification: The New Radical Opaqueness
Is Wikipedia really open? Why is digg moving away from transparency? In this podcast I look at the challenges two of the most important sites on the Internet are facing.
- Wikipedia may or may not be having a cash crunch.
- Is Wikipedia’s non-commercial bent limiting the funding discourse?
- Why doesn’t Wikipedia doesn’t want the public to choose how they donate?
- How FireFox is making over $50M in advertising while maintaining their integrity.
- Wikipedia’s obscurification by technology:
* Discussion pages
* Lack of help pages
* IRC chat
- digg removes data and ranking; moves from radical transparency to radical opaqueness.
Any other thoughts on what I should address?