I was referred to RFM by Christy Sheffield Sanford, an esteemed new media artist and poet who writes for the trAce online community. She gravitated to RFM, and kept gently nudging me in its direction, so naturally I had to look. When I did, I was impressed. RFM really has a lot of good cross-connection energy going. Artists and viewers can connect directly through the chat, and the DJs have a good sense of humor. The whole place feels like a comfy kind of family room with good friends, good conversation, good things to watch and hear.
Naturally, I thought poetry would be the best thing for RFM to feature (Poetry is _always_ the best thing to feature wherever you are, don't you think?) so I sent them some poetry videos, they loved them, and the pieces were netcast. After that, the whole RFM/e-poets love affair went into full bloom. I've been a solid fan of RFM ever since, and encourage my e-poets readers to give it a look. They're good for the net, for the art, and very good for the artist.