The new year has started, but there's still time to make new year's resolutions. We know there are a lot of you out there who have followed rabble's progress ever since we went on the net in 2001. And even more of you who have discovered rabble.ca over the years.
Today, we're bringing you reflections from some of our rabble staff about what they want to see rabble do over the next year. It's a big time of change -- the world is changing, the internet is changing, and rabble is also changing along with all those forces which shape our lives. And helping shape that change.
a) Meg Borthwick - rabble did social media even before Facebook and Twitter. Meg is the moderator of rabble.ca's 'babble' discussion forum
b) Michelle Gregus - rabble's managing editor - Michelle has to balance her editorial with constant technological change. Hear how she does it.
c) Kim Elliott - rabble publisher - Kim has been rabble.ca's publisher for over ten years. She's seen a lot of changes in the way internet journalism is done, and constantly needs to shift with the winds of change.
d) Victoria Fenner, executive producer of rabble podcasts and host of rabble radio. rabble.ca was one of the first online organizations in Canada to start podcasting. That was back in 2005, when practically nobody knew what a podcast was. Victoria talks about how the growth of podcasting is shaping what we are doing at rabble over 12 years later.
From all of us at rabble.ca, thanks for being there with us through the craziness of 2017. And for being there with us this year as we forge ahead shaping rabble.ca -- the next generation.
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