We the Media, by Dan Gillmor

Posted: August 8, 2004 at 3:32 pm in links

I used to like reading Dan Gillmor’s column in the San Jose Mercury News, but stopped reading it once I moved off the peninsula and stopped getting the paper. Which is lame, because it’s available online. But anyway. Some page I was reading recently pointed to Gillmor’s new book, We the Media. Even better, though, it pointed to the electronic version. I’ve read the introduction, and it seems like the book might have some interesting thoughts on the participatory nature of journalism in the future, as everybody becomes both a consumer and a producer. We’ll see. This entry is mostly for me to have a convenient link to it, so I can read it…

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