Saturday, November 18, 2006

Jay Rosen on Open Source Journalism

Jay Rosen on Open Source Journalism by stevegarfield, uploaded from flickr.

See the "Jay Rosen on Open Source Journalism" video. [ QuickTime ]

On Monday, November 13th at 4:00 p.m. EST, Jay Rosen was at The Berkman Center at Harvard to talk about Open Source journalism and his new project, I interviewed him after his talk.


  1. Anonymous7:31 PM


    I think it's ironic that this post on Open Source Journalism follows the one on LonleyGirl...that's exactly the problem I have with anything I see on the web (much less on mainstream media) at this do you know what's real and what's not?

  2. It is ironic.

    Although I'm not presenting her as real, I'm sending you to an article that explains the truth about her.

    I hope I'm a trusted source for you for what is real...

  3. Anonymous8:32 PM

    It's not you specifically, I trust you, but without personal knowlege of who the source is, how can you believe it?

    A few months ago you might have sent me over to Lonelygirl as a real person, because that's what we all thought was true at the time.

    All I'm saying is that it's really easy to be decieved or manipulated, and citizen journalism, without any checks, is difficult at best to trust.

    But I feel the same way about non-citizen journalism too.