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The barriers to entry in blogging are very low. You want to get your ideas out? You can start a blog in 15 minutes. So why do you feel entitled - and that's not too strong a word for what I hear sometimes - to put your comments on someone else's site?
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(...)I'd like to see reporters and editors blogging. And then you will know them as individuals, not merely as employees.
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I argue that we should not be talking about "who is a journalist" but rather "what is an act of journalism"? And anyone can, indeed, perform such an act, and that doesn't mean only reporting; it also means adding facts and corrections and questions and editing as well (bloggers on my RSS feed are my editors). Journalism should not be a closed society of people. Journalism must be an open act of society. And the professional journalists need to find more ways to enable that. That is how journalism will grow even as newspapers shrink.
Trechos do painel que se seguiu ao fim dos comentários num dos blogs do washingtonpost.com (porque o caso já envelheceu, mas a discussão, não...)
Postado por Julio Daio Borges
8/3/2006 às 17h14
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