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Thursday, September 29, 2005 


Interesting article at The Atlantic about unpublished journalism. Of course it notes that the internet has rendered this process instant and uncontrollable, but it doesn't spend as much time on that idea as it maybe should have.

and they forgot to mention hypertext, which is often what hyperjournalism morphs into when posted ...

Excellent point.

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