Submitted by Dan G. on September 23, 2004 - 3:33am
ChuckB writes; "The Guardian has a good column by its editor, Victor Keegan, on the emerging interaction of blogging and traditional media. Here's a snippet:
In fact, bloggers are often people very expert in their own fields who attract other experts when issues in their domain are newsworthy. Stories in old media can be fact-checked instantaneously and the journalists and their newspapers held to account.
Seems like there is a role for librarians somewhere in this. See also Blake's journal entry and the story posted earlier today by Rochelle for further interesting thoughts.'