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Journalism in global crisis

October 1, 2008

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Following on from my post yesterday, the issue of a journalistic crisis appears to be as much of as an ongoing story as the financial crisis. In today’s Corriere della Sera, Marco Pratellesi, editor in chief of Corriere online, blogs about Italian journalists suffering from a cultural crisis and a rupture between generations. Apparently the same issues are […]

40 years from ’68, the revolution goes digital (or why Daniel Cohn-Bendit will be forever hip)

September 30, 2008

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    While googling for information on participating in the European Parliament (who would have guessed Zoe to be a Europhile) came across news of a petition to make the European Parliament switch its IT systems to Open Source which has atteacted the support of a hundred MEPs. Who’s behind such a bold measure? None other than Daniel […]