Yesterday was week 14 for ds106, the last week of classes for my UMW students, and also the last of my semi regular live Google Hangouts pitched as a weekly “show”. Thanks to Brian Lamb, Todd Conaway, and stalwart student Nancy B for showing up. Show More Summary
It was Brian Goedde, the first hiphop critic in a major Seattle paper (he was an editor at The Rocket in the late 90s and a big supporter of Silent Lambs Project), who recognized and wrote a small book about hiphop geography, which comes down to hiphop's fascination with place, hood, street. Show More Summary
BorgWarner Inc. (BWA) February 20, 2013 10:35 am ET Executives James R. Verrier - Chief Executive Officer, President and Director Ronald T. Hundzinski - Chief Financial Officer and Vice President Ken Lamb Analysts Brian Arthur Johnson...Show More Summary
Inspired by tonight’s #etmooc live animated GIF variety show from Jim Groom, Tom Woodward, Michael Branson-Smith, and Brian Lamb, I could not help but stay up later than advisable making a GIF. It’s a break in the action from grading. Show More Summary
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by @boetter The very beating, pumping heart of ds106 is, and always be, the architecture as Jim Groom metaphorized as the syndication bus (and properly attributes to a Brian Lamb comment quoting George Siemens, how far can you follow the attribution train?). Show More Summary
This is my own riff on the eminent Photoshop RiffMaster, the Noiseprofessor, himself riffing with his own photoshopping of Brian Lamb’s super dog Dexter. I upped the Fonzie with Zack’s face, and even twiddled his thumb a bit ;-) CanShow More Summary
Brian Lamb, the founder of the C-SPAN network, is a man of the sort of deep modesty that most successful people in this era of self-promotion don't even bother to feign anymore.
During a recent interview with broadcasting icon Morley Safer, C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb played a clip of a lengthy interview he conducted with Michelle Fields (before she was dismissed by The Daily Caller) last year. In the clip, Michelle sings the praises of citizen journalism. Show More Summary
Sigh, July somehow gobbled up my momentum from my time spent at the University of British Columbia in June, even with the fun of rebooting the old CAREO service in Brian Lamb’s [old] office. But as follow-up to my interview with UBCShow More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has been making the media rounds to promote his new book, and one of the stops was C-SPAN. C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb asked Scalia about his recent interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, and why Justices are...Show More Summary
Why are you judges so sensitive about what they say when they have life tenure? Scalia says everything he has to say is in the opinions, and it's fine for people to "paw over" the opinions, but he doesn't need to be there while us animals...Show More Summary
Justice Antonin Scalia sat down recently for a rare interview with C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb, and explained why the Supreme Court justices are the only Americans who don't want to be on TV. There's been talk of televising the court's proceedings for years, but Scalia insists it won't actually shed ... More »
C-SPAN's Brian Lamb recently asked Antonin Scalia why he opposed televising Supreme Court proceedings: I'm against it because I do not believe [...] that the purpose of televising our hearings would be to educate the American people....Show More Summary
“Most of the American people would see 15-second takeouts, and they wouldn’t be characteristic,” U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia tells C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb in an interview to be broadcast this Sunday. Lamb has long championed cameras in courtrooms including the Supreme Court — and Scalia has vigorously opposed them. Show More Summary
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Here is a super appreciation thanks to Brian Lamb for asking me to do a reprise of Amazing Stories of Openness last presented a year ago at for the CTLT Summer Institute at UBC, part of a panel session called Going Public Into the Great Wide Open. Show More Summary
In 1979, Brian Lamb, then the head of Cablevision’s DC bureau, achieved what now seems unimaginable: He convinced Congress and cable executives to back his plan to create a nonprofit that would broadcast the proceedings of the House of Representatives, gavel to gavel. It was called C-SPAN, or the Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network, and 34...
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I NEVER THOUGHT I’D LONG FOR THE HALCYON DAYS OF LARRY KING: “Backfire: Piers Morgan and the churlish interviewer,” is Hugh Hewitt’s latest column at the Washington Examiner: C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb set the standard for author interviews. No one can match him, but everyone can try, and when a writer as skilled as, say, Del [...]
Ex Cops, the Brooklyn-based duo of Brian Harding and Amalie Bruun, have released "You Are a Lion, I Am a Lamb" (Original Dram Session) from their debut 7" out April 24, 2012. The release also marks the first for Other Music Recording Co.
After 25 years in DC chattering on TV about politics there is still nothing better than where I first started -- on C-SPAN, chatting with callers. Brian Lamb is retiring this year, but not surprisingly the phenomenon he created goes on without skipping a beat -- confirming his genius and his humility. Show More Summary