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Re: [webloggerusergroup] More blogs in the news

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  • Bill Lazar
    Hmm, I have a journalism degree (USC, 83) but haven t been a full-timer since my first job out of school when I found that $10k/year is no way to have fun.
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 8, 2001
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      Hmm, I have a journalism degree (USC, '83) but haven't been a full-timer
      since my first job out of school when I found that $10k/year is no way to
      have fun.

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      > Decent coverage of the role of weblogs post-9/11
      >
      > "Web logs put a personal spin on global news"
      >
      > http://www.sacbee.com/content/lifestyle/story/1130656p-1198446c.html
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      > I find this quote from Steve Champeon the most interesting (of
      > course):
      >
      > "Most of us don't have journalism-school degrees or any real
      > experience with journalistic principles," says Champeon, 31. "You
      > can't usually modify an institution from the outside, and you won't
      > replace journalism with the occasional writings of amateurs."
      >
      > I think this is an interesting question. Is it realistic to see
      > weblogging changing the institution of journalism from the *inside?*
      > I already see established journalists blogging (Dan Gillmor, Jeff
      > Jarvis, etc.), which is great, but their journalists first and
      > bloggers second. Do you think there'll come a time when the reverse
      > is acceptable?
      >
      > scottandrew
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