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{ Monthly Archives } October 2003

Big Media in Blogworld: Len Apcar of

     Listen to Len Apcar and make your own guess how long it will be before the New York Times (the online edition) certifies the sea change in media with its own Times-style blog about opera, or art, or more likely, about the 2004 presidential campaign. Editor in chief of The New York Times on the […]

Jay Rosen: The Blog Transformation of Journalism

     “The terms of authority are changing in American journalism,” Jay Rosen observed in a long conversation after the opening day of BloggerCon.       For more than a decade Jay Rosen has been a frustrated advocate of people-first, bottom-up “public journalism.”  The premise of his project (and his book, What Are Journalists For?) was that, […]

Connecting the Dots with Adam Curry

      Adam Curry may be my new best friend.  Meeting Adam on the eve of BloggerCon clarifies for me some of the crazy convergences underway in this beloved blogosphere, and at Dave Winer’s magnetic conference opening tonight.       Adam Curry was born into stardom on MTV in the late 1980s.  As the VJ host of the network’s […]