08/12/10
kadedworkin

Episode #6 – @rbcarter


@rbcarter Today’s guest is Ruth Carter, @rbcarter.  Ruth is a blogger, law student and a great person as well.  She plays a very critical role here in the Phoenix internet community in that she helps keep as many of us out of jail for the many pranks, flashmobs and activities that we create.  I found this interview very interesting to get some perspective on the legal side of a lot of social media.

Enjoy!

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6 Responses to “Episode #6 – @rbcarter”

  1. Ruth Carter Ruth Carter

    Thanks for having me on your show. I had a great time!

  2. Kade Dworkin Kade Dworkin

    Had a blast having you on. Thanks for coming on so early and being so supportive of this endeavor.

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