Monthly Archives: June 2006

Blogging journalists, and other oxymorons

Media Guardian has just published my piece on the problems posed when professional journalists enter the blogosphere. Extract: Unlike amateur bloggers who can rant, comment, express bizarre points of view or promote their latest acquisitions and obsessions with no concern … Continue reading

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That’s what I call serendipity

I wrote a piece about the ways that the Web encourages rather than destroys serendipity, and it has attracted some attention online. So this morning when I discovered that has a new blog search engine [thanks, Mike] I used … Continue reading

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