Graham Hill founded Treehugger.com, the biggest green web site that helped turn ‘environmentalism’ into something hip, modern and grock-able. And he’s still going strong, now that Treehugger’s been bought up by Planet Green, the first 24-hour green TV channel (which is itself owned by Discovery, one of the few cool networks) and the reason I finally caved and got me a big TV (via barter) and cable, which is mostly a time-sucker.
Forbes – 25 Web Celebrities to Know
Forbes has just published its annual Web Celeb 25 – the bloggers, techies and geeks who are rocking the online world. If you are looking for onscreen talent/experts, I suggest you start with the following. I’ve chosen them purely on the basis that they’ve got a good face for TV/are hot. Call me superficial and feel free to disagree:
And a couple who slipped off the Forbes list but stay on mine:
12) Xeni Jardin -tech journalist and co-editor of Boing Boing and host of Boing Boing TV. She’s also written for Wired and Playboy…for the whole shibang, including their Near-Misses list, go to Forbes.