Ellen Keffer is co-founder/editor of Screech Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn
with her husband and two cats. In her spare time she plays bass with The
Jumping Bomb Girls and Fantastic Snatch and reads, writes and has the occasional cocktail.
Robert Johnson lives in NYC, drinks too much and writes for screechmagazine.com when he feels inspired. If you are a 18-34 female who is looking for love and enjoys skee ball and stimulants you can reach him at email@example.com.
Joshua is an actor/director/designer who makes movies when he's not making plays when he's not making webbles. A native of Nashville, he now makes sweet country love to all the people of Brooklyn while attempting to make UncleLeron.com the next big thing.
Ryan Junell is a self-proclaimed media slacker who has made a habit of organizing webzine events since 1998. He is currently
dabbling in filmmaking and can be seen in the independent feature Radio Free Steve
as a post-apocalyptic radio warrior who slays mutants with a crossbow. He lives and works as a freelance digital media designer in San Francisco.
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WEBZINE » INDEPENDENT ONLINE PUBLISHING
AN EXHIBITION, FORUM, AND PARTY FOR INDEPENDENT ONLINE PUBLISHING
LISTEN TO MICHAEL MOORE NOW!
Michael Moore gave a keynote speech on July 21, 2001 for Webzine 2001 in New York City. He spoke about the Internet as a revolutionary medium that can empower the little guy, how the Internet helped TV Nation win another season, a powerful scene from Bowling for Columbine, a dirty little chat with Bill Clinton at a porto-potty and a few inspirational stories to motivate YOU to get out there and do something.
WANT TO HOST A WEBZINE EVENT IN YOUR CITY?
WEBZINE is an open-source event that can be ported to other places by a few inspired individuals. If you like what
you see on this site and think that you would like to organize a WEBZINE event in your city... let us know! We would love
to share our wisdom of producing this event four times so far. We will support your quest to bring together dozens
of the brightest webzine and independent online media makers in your area. Ask us how!
WEBZINE 2001 IN NEW YORK CITY A SUCCESS!
The event survived it's fourth year with strength, thanks to the hard work of the organizers and the
folks that attended. WEBZINE 2001 was a full day of panels, speakers and entertainment to announce
that independent publishing on the internet is still alive and kicking. Thanks to everyone who came
out to make it happen!