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posted by leftdog at Thursday, November 08, 2007 | Permalink
By the way, in order to be considered a "journalist" you have to create original content. That means going out, investigating stories, talking to participants and communicating that to readers. Posting links and summarizing them with bitter left wing rants is not journalism. It's ranting. Look itup in the dictionary. You don't "cover" stories. You talk about them after the fact. That is not "citizen journalism."
Posted by David |
12:33 am, November 09, 2007
Bloggers are not necessarily journalists. They are just people who may have opinions to share."All Conservative blogs must be vetted and approved by the PMO's Borg collective office.""All Conservative corn roasts and corn niblets must be vetted and approved by the PMO's Borg collective office.""All Conservative YouTube videos must be vetted and approved by the PMO's Borg collective office.""All Conservative use of Crayola(TM) crayons must be vetted and approved by the PMO's Borg collective office."
Posted by Skinny Dipper |
5:36 am, November 09, 2007