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Matt May is a Web accessibility specialist, and has written on the interaction of people and technology since 1995. He keeps his own weblog at bestkungfu.com, and produces a podcast called Staccato, which features Creative Commons-licensed music.

Alex Williamsblogs, consults and produces unconference style events, where people immerse in DIY media. These are fun occasions, designed for people who want to get together with authors, artists, technologists and leading thinkers to converse, eat, listen to music, write, shoot photos and post podcasts and videoblogs. Alex also works with companies to establish DIY approaches, where writing, photography, voice and video come together to create new conversations and communities. Alex is currently fascinated with digital photography. His girlfriend calls him a Flickrholic. Send Alex a nice message: alexhwilliams at gmail.com.

Nicole Simon loves blogging and podcasting, dashed with an European view. As consultant she helps to facilitate such tools for business purposes or personal publishing empires. She can be found at cruel to be kind and on her private blog Useful Sounds.

Roland Tanglao is a well known podcasting enthusiast and a passionate advocate of blogs, RSS, and social software as a means of online expression for people, organizations and businesses. He is a prominent participant in the blogosphere and online communities and one of the founders of Bryght and as Bryght's Chief Blogging Officer reads hundreds of blogs daily. He graduated from the University of Waterloo, worked at Nortel Networks where he ran its first internal corporate blog, has has been blogging since 1999, and was the first business blogging consultant in Canada.

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January 23, 2006

Routing Around The Censors In China

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Posted by Alex Williams

Business Week interviews the founder of Toodou, who discusses podcasting, censorship and the future of their indie media service.

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1. Ken Carroll on January 25, 2006 9:35 AM writes...

I think the guy contradicts himself, by saying there's no censorship, but then goes on to name a bunch of exceptions.

Most censorship in China is self-censorship. Everyone knows where the line is. We don't need to be told by the authorities.

I predict that podcasting has an enormous future in China, where distribution infrastructure is weak and where the government controls the mainstream channels. Podcasting offers a means of circumventing these problems.

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