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Jeff Jarvis on end to end journalism and the ‘death of the article’

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Michel Bauwens
24th June 2011


“Abundance is unsettling. That is precisely why the internet is disruptive not only to business and government but to culture and cognition.”

Watch this video:

(for background see here)

I think Jeff Jarvis is right in his analysis of changing journalism and the importance of direct witness to reader communication:



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