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A civil, substantive exchange on linking and aggregation

Props to Patch editor-in-chief Warren St. John for a civil, substantive conversation on aggregation and over-aggregation. I’ve put together a Storify of our exchange, so please have a look.

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1 Comment

  1. “A final word: I hope that being “listened to” doesn’t mean some poor overworked Patch editor is reprimanded. The best solution would be hiring local journalists to go out and do original coverage. Unfortunately, that model proved to be too expensive”

    Yes – it means the reprimand for exactly the reasons you state. Hiring local journalists? Do you really think that’s going to happen? (Serious question, if you’re a local journalist.)

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