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The first web parody of Howl at Roast the Net SXSW

  
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This is the audio of one of the first if not the first events satirizing the web. I put it together at SXSW in 2000.

Details of all the performers are here.

Of special note is Thomas Scoville’s Howl.com (predating the McSweeney’s take on the next go round of web immolation 2.0 style) and Justin Hall, (@jah) the first “blogger” and link list creator reading a list of “Business Opportunities I’ve Missed.”

 

((tag: comedy, parody, Alan Ginsburg, web, Internet, dot com, web 2.0, social media))

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