I’m an Award-Winning Book Writer (cue the applause, please)

kinnon —  December 9, 2007 — Leave a comment

Sncrmerit120x120 How’s that for the height of arrogance. The reality is that my humble contribution to the Wikklesia Project: Voices of the Virtual World is hardly what caused this good book to win an Award of Merit (non-profit category) by the Society for New Communications Research, based in Palo Alto, California. From their about us,

The Society for New Communications Research is a global nonprofit 501(c)(3) think tank dedicated to the advanced study of new communications tools, technologies and emerging modes of communication, and their effect on traditional media, professional communications, business, culture and society.

The Society’s Fellows include more than 40 futurists, scholars, business leaders, professional communicators, members of the media and technologists from around the globe. In addition, the Society’s members include a Vendor Council with representatives from more than a dozen leading technology companies and Organizational Affiliates comprising membership associations, research organizations and other leading think tanks.

Here’s a list (via John La Grou) of the very capable writers who contributed to this project and deserve congratulations. (Note that all proceeds from the book go to the Not for Sale campaign.)

Voices editors

Len Hjalmarson
John La Grou

Voices authors

Andrew Jones
Andrew Perriman
Bill Kinnon
Bob Hyatt
Brad Sargent
Brother Maynard
Calvin Park
Cynthia La Grou
Cynthia Ware
David Hayward
Derek Flood
Drew Goodmanson
Ed Brenegar
Heidi Campbell
Jo Guldi
Joe Suh
John Sexton
Br. Karekin Yarian, BSG
Katharine Moody
Kester Brewin
Matt Reece
Michael Lissack
Mike Morrell
Mike Riddell
Peggy Brown
Rex Miller
Rick Meigs
Scot McKnight
Scott Andreas
Scott McClellan
Scott Ragan
Stephen Garner
Stephen Shields
Steve Scott
Steve Knight
Stuart Murray Williams
Thomas Hohstadt
Wild Grace

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

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