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Webs@Work Weekly Buzz #1 October 28, 2007

Posted by Joanne KY Teoh in Journalism, News, Social Media, Trends, Webs@Work Buzz.

Welcome to the Webs@Work Weekly Buzz, a regular brief highlighting recent blog posts, online media news, and other new content on civic media. Take your pick and browse.

The OpenNet Initiative has released an excellent report on the recent Web shutdown in Burma. “Pulling the Plug: A Technical Review of the Internet Shutdown in Burma.” contains detailed analysis and a great overview of the events, including the role of citizen journalists in getting information out to the international community.

Citizen Media Law Project at Berkman Center will be launching a weekly podcast series discussing a range of issues related to citizen media, journalism, and law.

The New York Times News River.com is a great new way to view news. The most traditional of news organizations is opening up its archives in truly revolutionary ways in the business.

Dave Winer explores the implications of the NYT data-stream while Dan Gillmor weighs in with “Bringing the New York Times’ Cornucopia to All”



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