Wired Publishes Assignment Zero Interviews
If you visit Wired.com today you will see the Assignment Zero work as the banner story. Wired published the first three features and one of the Q and A's. They will continue to publish our collective/collected work throughout the week, rolling two or three stories out each day.
I participated in the Assignment Zero pro-am crowd-sourcing journalism experiment, interviewing Beth Noveck on the Peer to Patent project. The collection of interviews is incredible, however, including interviews with the likes of Lawrence Lessig, James Surowiecki, Clay Shirky, and Chris Messina. (There were 80+ interviews in all.)
It's a fascinating experiment. I'm still asking myself "why participate" (aside from seeing your work referred to by Wired.com). It certainly forced me to research and consider how to interview someone to [hopefully] get them to tell their story. As I start to resurrect the podcast again, the experience proved invaluable.
In the mean time, enjoy the interviews!