The 2.D’oh! Round-Up: Crowdsourcing Dead Bloggers, etc.
Amazing, amusing and alarming observations from the world of Web 2.0
Miller Analogies Test Item of the Week
Twitter is to Blogging what Telegrams were to . . .
If you’d read Ted Rheingold’s Web Journal (via TechMeme), you’d know the correct answer is b. At least according to Ted.
Let’s Crowdsource Dead Blogger No. 3!
Veteran newshacks know that in order for lifestyle journalists to legitimately proclaim a trend, they need to find at least three (3) examples of the thing in question.
Inexplicably, the New York Times slipped its blogging-yourself-to-death story into print with only two actual dead bodies at the keyboard. Oh, sure, they found a few people on the edge, and a had a bunch of expert commentary and all that. But still. [Truth told, we are beginning to suspect the Gray Lady broke a hip when she moved into that fancy new nursing home on 8th Avenue. She hasn’t seemed her old self since.]
But remember what they say in Journalism 2.0: The story is a process, not a finished product. So let’s crowdsource that dead-blogger story to find that missing example. There must be another stiff in jammies out there. Drawing on the power of distributed network reporting, we’ll find it.
Just use the comment field below.
But please notify the authorities first.
And finally, from the Are You Sure This Isn’t from The Onion? Dept.
Perez Hilton Calls Blogger A Defamer: Gossip kingpin sues online rival over published sex claims2.D'oh! Round-Ups, blogging, crowdsourcing, NY Times comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.