Pubmedia Chatters stifled by 140 characters now have Google Group

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A Google group for pubmedia collaboration has sprung from the ongoing Pubmedia Chat Tweetfests on Monday evenings. Chris Beer, a web developer with WGBH Interactive, created the group to provide room for communication without a 140 character limit, he tells MediaShift. “I’m not particularly attached to the idea of a Google Group or a listserv, I just see a need for more collaboration outside of Monday at 8,” Beer said. “Twitter is a fine medium for getting people talking, but I find it difficult to have a conversation, and I hope something like this can supplement the #pubmedia chat. I haven’t found a place within public media to ask very practical questions around public media projects. Because setting something up takes all of five minutes, it seems silly not to experiment.”

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