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Knight of the Roundtable Seeks Holy Grail of Online Journalism

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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Sharing Some EW Wisdom

   – Photo by JNW Spotted in Lerner: blogger and Entertainment Weekly creator/founding editor Jeff Jarvis (dim photo at right). Jarvis, who is also now the director of the interactive journalism program at CUNY’s new journalism school, was part of a pre-lunch panel in the Business School’s BRITE Conference, which is taking place during today […]

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One More for the Books

According to an article by everyone’s favorite authority on colleges, US News and World Report, Columbia was nipped ever so slightly by Harvard this year for the top honor of being the university whose name appears most in global print and electronic media.  Hey, at least we trounced the rest of the Ivies, as Yale, […]

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