Monthly Archives: February 2011

You must change the same way as everyone else

“Without Twitter the people of Iran would not have felt empowered and confident to stand up for freedom and democracy…Where activists were once defined by their causes, they are now defined by their tools.” This line is from our first … Continue reading

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Pending Opinion

After finishing this weeks reading, I tried to get on and start blogging right away, but I couldn’t. I am a very outspoken person, but on this particular day I experienced a crazy phenomenon, I could not form an opinion. … Continue reading

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Lines must be drawn

After reading the first article, “Cynicism and the Faltering Public Will,” Rosen left me feeling encouraged, pumped up actually, to go out and do some real reporting. To bring back the essence of the Muckrackers and start making the public … Continue reading

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“Cynicism & the Faltering Public Will”

When I first started reading this article I was really discouraged. It confirmed all my worst fears that Journalism as a profession is dying. Most people don’t even read newspapers anymore, and if they do, it’s usually some form of … Continue reading

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