We began our Winter/Spring tour tonight at the New Communications Forum, the three-day new-media luvfest brought to you by the most excellent Jennifer McClure and Elizabeth Albrycht. We led a Wiki 101 workshop this afternoon, and the assignment was to build out the NCF event wiki. It was a fun, engaging project, and you can see a live snapshot of it here (check out the "five questions").
Tomorrow, we're moderating a panel on the future of online publishing; the group includes Tom Foremski and folks from Corrante, IDG and Rojo. Then next week, we're on the road, with a first stop at PRSA Seattle, where we'll mix it up with people from SAP Labs, Microsoft, Port of Seattle, and others. And then, we're off to SXSW, where we will participate on Heather Gold's panel, "Open Source Marketing." Fun tour -- we're talking about some of the more interesting community experiments we're involved in at Eastwick.