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Wednesday, June 02, 2010



The concept Journalism 2.0 isn't a brand. And any 3.0 title will be seen early on to be trite and ungniaimbative. Almost definitive of linear thinking.I would call it Beyond Journalism' or something like that. Or identify a key concept that doesn't have the word journalism' in it.

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I'm an editor in the Style section at The Washington Post, and I've written about arts, entertainment, business, and technology for the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Slate, Los Angeles Magazine, and other publications. I was previously deputy editor at L.A. Weekly, overseeing arts and culture coverage. I've won awards for my stories about slash fiction, magicians, and television in India, among others. I've appeared on CNN and NPR and I wrote a book about Avenue Q. I've taught journalism at Loyola Marymount University and creative nonfiction at the University of Virginia Young Writers Workshop.

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