Jay Rosen interviewed by Leonard Witt who teases with the tidbit, I've signed up with AZ and might be doing an assignment!
Bad news good news! On one hand, two million women have been treated for breast cancer in the US. No wonder the reaction to John and Elizabeth Edwards' decision to stay in the presidential race was so immediate. The NYT broke tradition to use "crowdsource" reporting from its own blog for the very first time. The numbers are amazing, the comments heartfelt! The Huffington Post covers the details.
Steve Poland (contributing writer to TechCrunch) has just launched a new site called Ringside Startup. A web start-up crowdsourced, down for the count in my corner!
Andrew McAfee spars with Tom Davenport! "My optimism, and my interest in the component technologies of Enterprise 2.0, comes not (solely) from my inherent geekiness, but from the fact that these technologies really are something new under the sun .... They're not extensions or enhancements to previous generations of corporate tools for collaboration and knowledge management; instead, they're radical departures from them .... What they will do, I believe, is give managers who want more lateralism, egalitarianism, crowdsourcing, idea percolation, self-organization, collective intelligence, etc. a new and unprecedented opportunity to obtain them." Join the bout here!
Must Read: Bob Garfield's Chaos Scenario 2.0—The Post Advertising Age
And read on some more! Oliver Reichenstein on 10 Newspaper Myths Deconstructed