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J-school professor Michael Shapiro is at it again, trying to get people paid for journalism. First it was through his Kickstarter-darling, The Big Roundtable. Now it’s with a class of his. On May 9, they launched this thing called Project Wordsworth. Which makes Bwog either very happy, or very sad, depending how much poetry J-school […]

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Bwog was waiting for its turn at Professor Michael Shapiro’s office hours. Bwog won’t play coy; Bwog was there to talk with him about his online journalism experiment because of Twitter. Learn more about the Roundtable project below, as one hopeful knight enters the court. He invited Bwog in, and said to sit down. Before […]

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