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Friday, January 21, 2005
Blogging, Journalism & Credibility - Webcast & IRC
Since we're supposed to get a big snow here tomorrow, it might be a good time to tune into the Blogging, Journalism & Credibility Webcast and check out what the pundits have to say.

There's been a lot of controversy over this conference from the left wing bloggers - primarily since none of them were invited. Add to that the uproar over the Zephyr Teachout and WSJ smear article involving Kos and comparisons to the Armstrong Williams blogola scandal, and they've been pretty vocal in their criticism.

Should be interesting.
posted by Broadsheet @ 1:56 PM  
3 Editorial Opinions:
  • At January 21, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    According to Dave Winer over at Scripting News, the IRC channel is not working. Of course, it might be up now.

    He has some interesting comments on his blog as well about the conference.

    Jason
    http://radio.weblogs.com/0142115/

     
  • At January 21, 2005, Blogger Broadsheet said…

    Thanks Jason. A couple of people are live blogging it too: http://hyperorg.com/blogger/, and Jeff Jarvis over @ buzzmachine (link on my blogroll). I'm at work and can't do much more than glance at it for a minute - I'll check it out in more detail this evening.

     
  • At January 29, 2005, Blogger ??? said…

    The New Democrat website that you're linking to for the Zephyr Teachout story is an undercover Republican troll.

    Just thought you should know that.

     
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