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John Powers

You may already be familiar with Ben Wilkoff I found his podcast blog through Stop Cyberbullying. If I understand correctly, he has a discussion that is joined by student blogs--7th graders I think--that he links to. WordPress seems to be having a bit of down-time so was getting error messages just now. In any case the discussion on remixing there is quite interesting.

On another matter, over time you've discussed what to call what you do: Is it journalism? In reading memories of David Halberstam this week, I was struck how he saw his profession as an opportunity to be a life-long learner. I don't have any hesitation calling you a journalist in that mode. You may enjoy reading Halbertam's brief remarks before an audience of journalism students at Columbia

Now the challenge is how to get paid for what you do. I'm sure you're interested in that, what you may not realize is your readers are concerned about it too.

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