Community Media

Source material for a narrative about the evolution of communty media in South Central Texas (San Antonio) - in process.


The Eagle Bone Whistle


Community Radio - 89.1 FM

theoretical sketchbook - 1973

The Medium is the Mirage - 1973

Purpose Clause - from the Bylaws of the San Antonio Community Radio Corporation adopted in the fall of 1973.

Strange Ear In a Strange Land - a comic fantasy for 1974 illustrated by Jose Carlos Campos.

FCC Application - front pages listing the founders.

Construction Permit - October 23, 1979


Ballad of the Beer Cafe


Cable Television

The Electric City and the Blue Sky - 1988

Public Access

Texas Music Showcase



The Opera


The Internet

The Metronet  a white paper from 1993.

SalsaNet - San Antonio's first ISP (Non-Commercial)

San Antonio "Smart City" Project

San Antonio AIA Environmental Design Charrette

Public Studio first incarnation

Video Streams

Media Lab


The South Central Texas Chapter of the Internet Society

Mentoring the Smart Region


Alamo Area Community Information System (AACIS)

Outreach using Public Television and the Web

CTC's configred for collaborative meetings

Frames - Huantes Frame Sketch 1

Collaboratory (first drafts) with Ben Jurewicz and Charles Vaughn - "A DIGITAL COLLABORATORY FOR THE ALAMO AREA OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS  Dedicated to the use of advanced technology for collaborative  design of regional information systems."




A Mississippi Dream   a discussion starter for a collaboration with the  Mississippi Telecommunications Conference and Training Commission. (On 9/11, I was writing a letter for Mississippi Governor Ronnie Musgrove to send to Mississippi citizen Kermit the Frog asking for help on the project)

Localism. Diversity and Community Media in San Antonio
Pleas McNeel's written comments, submitted to the FCC Taskforce on Localism with help from Phil Jackson.


Internet Stories

Visualizing Neighborhood Development  

Regional Watershed Management Collaboratory

Virtual Reality Tools for the Study of History and Culture