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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Amy Gahran tagged editors

Listened to this podcast today, it's quite intriguing. I've always shied away from working on a book, but a service like this makes it more appealing to me.

"Inspired by the success of LibriVox, a project in which collaborators record free audiobooks, Hugh McGuire has embarked on a commercial project: BookOven. In this conversation he tells host Jon Udell about how the new venture enables writers, editors, and proofreaders to work on long-form texts that can be published in traditional or new ways."

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CNN's iReport is totally unfiltered -- and it shows. This dreck was on the home page today. It's not even reporting. I think there's a lot to be said for the community model where things have to get voted up to become visible to casual visitors.

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Interesting take on how homophily functions through selective filtering/interpretation, via mainstream media and blogs. Also cites some psychology research.

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“Reinstitutionalize Serendipity”. By this, Dan Gillmor refers to the story in the lower right hand side of the page - the story about something you’ve never heard of but end up reading because some editor thought you should know about it."

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"That’s ignoring the point those scientists were making. It ensures that the news media will not be part of the solution, but rather accomplices with global warming’s skeptics in helping to alleviate the inevitable problems coming our way"

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"What you write about today most Americans won't notice. . . It takes them a while to get the message. Stick with it. If you get bored quickly, if you decide there's nothing new, I can guarantee that you'll take the public with you."

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