August 24, 2004

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The Internet is quickly becoming the world's primary source of information, writes Joe Trippi, the manager of Howard Dean's presidential campaign, in an opinion piece in the September issue of Wired. "Reporters begin every day by reading blogs. They're looking for the pulse of the people, for stories they might have missed. The blogosphere has become fundamental -- the plankton of the information ecology. ... In Iraq, the U.S. media is facing the same military censorship as they did during World War II. But skeptical Americans, hungry for real debate, can now go online and read foreign newspapers, listen to the BBC, and read blogs from people in other countries. The more homogeneous journalism becomes, the more it drives people to the Web. No newsroom, not at the New York Times or ABC, can scoop 100 million reporters
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