I love blogs
I read blogs
And if I have something to add – I sometimes comment on them.
NOT as Mr. Magoo…
NOT as Mr. Real Estate…
NOT as Anonymous…
BUT as Shaun Osher!
I am sometimes the subject of “other people’s” blogs,
And I would love to be responsive
But I’d like to know who I am responding to.
Wouldn’t the world (wide-web) be a better place if you couldn’t hide?
I think a lot of sites would have more credibility
If people couldn’t comment anonymously on a blog!
If you have something to say,
If you want people to pay attention to what you have to say,
Don’t be a coward.
The world at large is flattening and our mechanisms of communication have evolved. Not since the Alexander Graham Bell era, more than 130 years ago, have we seen this extent of innovation. The internet has allowed pioneers to navigate through unchartered territories. Lockhart Steele is one of those pioneers. In a few short years he has created Curbed.com, which has become one of the leading industry (and non-industry) related blogs. Love it or hate it, you can’t ignore it. I sat down with Lockhart in West Soho and discussed his creation, opinions and vision.