By Hannah Connolly
I know we said last time we were only going to do it once… well we did it again,” said Founder Sharmadean Reid on the second installment of The Stack World Newspaper.
Returning to central London’s Berners Tavern for a breakfast celebration with members, contributors, guests and Stack World friends we raised a toast to the Second Edition of our 20-page broadsheet.
Building upon the first Issue, almost a year to the date, this “hidden in plain sight,” publication is the coming together of the world of traditional media and the possibilities of the Web3 space.
The result is a physical publication, one that looks and feels like the broadsheets we know, but curated through the community power of DAOs and written entirely by women, for women.
Featuring more than 30 stories from how DAOs could provide the solution to healthcare inequity, to In-depth reports on the women led future of property development, all of our stories have been written in-house and by some of the UKs brightest journalists and editors.
A thought experiment that began with Stack World Founder Sharmadean Reid and Editor Laura Weir, this second iteration is the next step on the journey to changing the face of news reporting and publishing.
Then voted upon by members, these roundtable discussions were reported on by attending journalists and provided the backdrop to the stories published in the second issue.
Made possible, and with huge thanks to our sponsor, Snap, who as a technology company beleives the camera presents the greatest opportunity to improve the way people live and communicate. Snap contributes to human progress by empowering people to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world, and have fun together. With three core products, the visual messaging app Snapchat; Lens Studio, an augmented reality platform that powers AR, and it's AR glasses brining augmented relaity to consumers across the globe. To read more about this on page 6 of our paper.
Over the coming weeks, the stories from The Stack World Newspaper will be available to read online. To get your hands on a printed copy of the latest edition, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line: The Stack World Newspaper Issue Two Request.
Written by women, for women, our second broadsheet brings together the world of Web3 and traditional print news to reimagine the future of the media landscape.
By Hannah Connolly