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Kristina sends out the alert to all of us that Brewster Kahle is interviewed by the Library Journal’s Andrew Richard Albanese in “Scan This Book: In the race to digitize the public domain, is the future of the library at stake?”
Brewster speaks here in his Open Content Alliance capacity, but of course we know him from Archive.org and the emerging Open Library
Note: at ibiblio.org, we’re involved in several projects with Brewster and his various organizations.
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The J-School is full of smart writers and experienced reporters. Many of them are now blogging. The latest to announce a blog are Leroy Townes and Anne Johnston with their Talk Politics blog.
Others already blogging are:
Thinking About College Teaching
A forum for the improvement of college teaching by Professor Emeritus Tom Bowers.
Talking Biz News
Information about business journalism from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and Chris Roush, associate professor and director of the Carolina Business News Initiative.
Weblog for Midcareer Copy Editors
Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and hosted by the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
(UPDATE Andy Bechtel writes: The Midcareer Copy Editors blog, like the institute itself, has been on hiatus.)
Blue Highways Journal
Carolina Community Media Project director Jock Lauterer blogs about his travels across North Carolina doing his “Community Journalism Roadshow.”
The Editor’s Desk
Andy Bechtel is an assistant professor at the School. His blog is a discussion of writing and editing of all sorts, with an emphasis on the concerns of the newspaper copy desk
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