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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

JRC Chat at noon talks about Project Thunderdome

It's Wednesday again! (it seems to happen every week). And that means that members of the Journal Register Company's Idealab - and anyone who wants to - are going to be taking part on the weekly Twitter chat at noon.

Today we will be talking about recent developments in our company — I believe it's called JRC, which stands for "What's All This About Thunderdome?"

We're also going to be talking about the recent hiring of Jim Brady and Project Thunderdome (cue Tina Turner).

If this sounds cryptic to you, its' because, um, it kind of is, so we'll be talking what all this is, what it means to us, to our users (that would be you), to journalism, and how everything is going to work out without the help of Mel Gibson. And we're all going to be doing this on the Twitters, because that's how we roll.

The live feed is posted below. But you can also follow the chat here or here or also here. And you can also check out past chats over here.

If you want to chime in, just post a tweet with the hashtag "#jrcchat" so it can automatically appear below, or post a comment in the field at the bottom of the chat box.

As you can tell, we're totally transparent, and anything goes. It's the new JRC, after all, or I would have been fired a long, long time ago.


As always, you are welcome to participate at anytime you want. And, of course, we're going to have links.

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