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April 10, 2006


Damn! I have a software product in development that would do this arther well... *! *! *!

There is an interesting article over at Emory University that talks about how newspapers can survive including innovative use of blogging content.

However I suspect that most newspaper managers will use this service for all the wrong reasons. Rather than looking to engage lost readers, instead as a provider of cheap content that will allow them to get rid of more staff to the point that publishing and news become divorced.

I totally agree RC. Blogs will be used as content feeds and that means less journalism.

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