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WikiLeaks May Have Just Changed the Media, Too - Science and Tech - The Atlantic

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While the impact of the documents and newspaper reportage on the war in Afghanistan will take a while to suss out, the publication of these documents will be seen as a milestone in the new news ecosystem. Unlike the Pentagon Papers situation, we're 'watching the traces of a major story unfold in real time,' said C.W. Anderson, who studies media culture at CUNY.

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"Asymmetrical Journalism"?This Atlantic article sa... by GLloyd Rowsey on Monday, Jul 26, 2010 at 7:21:24 PM