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i n this week's "hot ink", you'll be treated to a blow-by-blow account of that Northwest literati perennial, the Pacific Northwest Writer's Conference. Hot Ink is hosting and presenting a panel in the "Evolving Technologies" section of the Conference. Panelists include:
  • Frank Foerr, a Deputy Editor at SLATE Magazine, Microsoft's attempt to get inside the D.C. beltway. Ironically, the "inside the loop" mentality of Slate came up as a pointed question at the PNWC. (Check here on Monday for the whole story.)
  • Michael Blythe, former Webmaster and Online Editorial staffer at The BELLINGHAM REVIEW. The B-ham Review has been published for 18 years, but only recently has gone online. Interestingly, the entire contents of the Review are placed online with each issue, contradicting popular wisdom about the attention capacity of web readers.
  • Sally Anderson, a free lance writer whose work has appeared in many print publications, including the Seattle Weekly. Ms. Anderson now works in online and multimedia production, and is employed as an Editor at Corbis Corp.
  • Alex Steffen, founding Editor of STEELHEAD, the Magazine of the Next Northwest. Steelhead is publishing their THIRD issue on Tuesday of this week. (Look for a review of the next issue on Friday on the front page.)
  • Finally, the Panel Chair was Ned Hayes of Hot Ink, whose personal site can be visited here.
c heck here for a provocative take on the PNWC Conference on Sunday afternoon, after our writer (Robyn Taobene) returns from the trenches!

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