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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Dave Earley tagged blogging

And to preview my answer: disruptions caused by the Internet threaten to expose certain buried conflicts at the heart of modern journalism and a commercialized press. Raging at bloggers is a way to keep these demons at bay. It exports inner conflicts to figures outside the press. Also–and this is important–bloggers and journalists are each other’s ideal “other.”

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Ideology 1: Public service vs accountability
Ideology 2: Objectivity vs transparency
Ideology 3: Autonomy vs non-commercial
Ideology 4: Immediacy vs ‘Publish then filter’
Ideology 5: Ethics vs ethical

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"The important thing is that you and your ideas live outside the silo and are ported into it at your pleasure," Winer wrote in a blog post today. "You never have to worry about getting your stuff out of the silo because it never lived in there in the first place." This is very good news.

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a resource - keep up to date

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Nice to look at statistics turn you on - from Technorati's annual report

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