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March 03, 2005

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Media Center (at API) Conference data dump. Very pithy quote: "The question of whether 'mainstream media' will survive, or whether it should survive, or in what form, or how, is irrelevant. I don't care. I'm sick of arguments about that. What I care ab... [Read More]

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Rebecca MacKinnon at RConversation: MacKinnon has good, quick notes on a conference called Whose News? Media, Technology and the Common Good. The conference was sponsored by Harvard's Nieman Foundation for Journalism and the Media Center. I really lik... [Read More]

» Who's a journalist? from Snarkmarket
Slate editor Jacob Weisberg has a sweet little essay today granting press credentials to anybody who wants to be a journalist. I totally agree with Weisberg's sentiment, but I think he's asking the wrong question -- and I post this... [Read More]

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Slate editor Jacob Weisberg has a sweet little essay today granting press credentials to anybody who wants to be a journalist. I totally agree with Weisberg's sentiment, but I think he's asking the wrong question -- and I post this... [Read More]

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Jon Garfunkel

"Problem is, most professional news media do way too much 'me too' journalism: duplicating the same stories and not doing truly original, investigative work."

It would be nice to study this quantitatively-- analyze both old and new media. Some more details in Media Architecture Research Questions.

Jon Garfunkel

regarding Jarvis's "gem," it sounds so, oh, ten years ago. Remember cyberspace? It's still there. Nonetheless, I'm waiting for newyorker.com to become more of a place and less of a thing.

Ruby Sinreich

Your beef is well-put and right on track, Rebecca!

Alvena

Your site is very interesting and helpful.

Lynda

Good Job ...Well done

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