Old vs. New Media Redux

Scoble: The blog editing system in action (also check out the discussion on FriendFeed):

Journalists who fight this system (and readers who don't check out the comments) are missing the point. This is a participatory media, not a one-way one, and, while it has a different editing system (the editing is done post publishing, not pre publishing) it's pretty clear to me that this system arrives at the truth a lot faster than anything on paper does.

I thought Bloggers vs. Journalists was Over. I guess not, as long as dinosaurs are still extant and capable of mouthing words...

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