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post Wed 11th November 2009, 11:00pm
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Benjiboi has been rather slippery in regard to his possible involvement in paid editing and has effectively stymied the creation of a paid editing guideline (it has been forked into a proposed guideline controlled by Benjiboi and a proposed policy controlled by others).

I don't know if this has come up before, but I can't recall seeing it:
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"A New Virtual You"
How to advance your work, your art, yourself via the internet

Presented by Independent Arts & Media, Lilycat.com and AccessSF.org

TIME & DATE:
Monday, March 3
7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. with reception afterward

LOCATION:
AccessSF Studio -- 1720 Market at Valencia, San Francisco

SEATING IS LIMITED:
Call Indy Arts to RSVP: 415/677-9877

DESCRIPTION:

Between blogging, Internet radio, Myspace, Facebook, Wikipedia,
and Web sites galore, the internet is part of our daily lives.

If you can't Google it -- it may not exist. Learn how to use
the internet to it's best abilities to improve your knowledge
and expand your exposure.

FEATURING:

-- BLOG IT WITH BLOGHER starring beautiful Liz Henry of
BlogHer, http://liz-henry.blogspot.com

-- WEBCASTING with John Miller - the grandfather of webcasting

-- WORKING WIKIPEDIA with music writer and event planner
extraordinaire DJ Pusspuss


-- LIST IT with Larry Bob Roberts of "Queer Things to Do in
San Francisco," also called the homo Craigslist

-- Moderated by podcaster/life coach Michael Vav

(Larry Bob Roberts edits as Larrybob but he is kind of incidental to all this.)
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