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Roy Christopher

Here's mine: http://roychristopher.com/bits-vs-atoms-the-rematch

Jacob

Thanks for writing this. As a musician, I feel these industry paradigm shifts have much in common. It will be interesting to see the different models that emerge. My band, mae, has moved away from the traditional label model and is trying an approach based conceptually on your book, "Emergence." I would love to hear feedback on our approach. Whatismae.com Thanks, Jacob Marshall.

Luca De Biase

In Italy, we are following the whole debate with a deep interest. Thank you for all this. I've been posting regularly about your ideas on emerging forms of journalism in the ecosystem of news. This is my latest post (sorry for writing it in Italian, but you would be more sorry if I wrote it in my poor English...):
http://blog.debiase.com/2009/03/basta-con-il-panico-dei-giorna.html
and here was my first reaction to your speech:
http://blog.debiase.com/2009/03/senza-giornalisti.html

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Jason Fry

My response to your piece, on my blog Reinventing the Newsroom: http://reinventingthenewsroom.wordpress.com/2009/03/16/thoughts-on-two-must-reads/

I found the idea of online news's old-growth forest particularly interesting and useful....

OlliS

Then again: CBC announces 800 job cuts, $171-million shortfall, http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/posted/archive/2009/03/25/cbc-announces-800-job-cuts-171-million-shortfall.aspx

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For the most part, I think Clay and I approach the situation today from a similar perspective. Where we differ, I think, is in our sense of what the next model will be, or how knowable that next model is right now. Clay writes:

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There is an intense quality in your body of work, I follow it now with interest, at times almost a cryptic essence of observation.

celine

Thank you for writing this post.
I'm an ID working on a newspaper who is now going strictly online. The newspaper not printing anymore have laid off over 124 employees only to keep 24 journalists that are going to embrace the role of bloggers.
This project is really the result of this era of newspapers shifting online. We looked at outside.in as well as everyblock.com as the newspapers going online understand they need to be hyper-local. So many challenges arose as an ID designing for people. One of them being curating this infinite flow of content. I enjoyed reading your input and thanks for having a cause. Wish we can exchange ideas and brainstorm on usability, how do we make this aggregation useful curated in a smart way, and mostly transparent and useful...
So many questions, and only room for improvement! To be continued... Open pieces.

Elaine Nelson

I just saw this post while looking up your site to send to a friend, and thought I'd share my (idiosyncratic/ad hoc) notes from the talk: http://www.elainenelson.org/2009/03/13/ecosystem-of-news/

I found it very optimistic, probably the most of any of what I've read so far. (At least the stuff that isn't pie-in-the-sky.) I particularly enjoyed the ecosystem metaphor and the exploration of areas that are already moving into the future. It seemed like that week the question of the future of news kept coming up over and over and over again!

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