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A review of “Gatewatching: Collaborative Online News Production” (2005) written by Axel Bruns

“Gatewatching” is a fairly expanded study on collaborative publishing of online news. Bruns describes the practice of journalistic gatekeeping which refers to a regime of control over what content is allowed to emerge from production processes in the media....

Review of An Army of Davids by Glenn Reynolds

The complete title is: An Army of Davids. How markets and technology empower ordinary people to beat big media, big government and other Goliaths. Glenn Reynolds is a professor in Law at the University of Tennessee. He is a...

Review of The Revolution Will Not Be Televised by Joe Trippi

 Joe Trippi seems like a cool, idealist guy who is very fanatic for the good cause, in this case the democratic party and issues like healthcare and poverty. His growing up and getting into politics reads like a novel;...
Review of Blog! by Daniel Burstein and David Kline

Review of Blog! by Daniel Burstein and David Kline

Blog! How the newest media revolution is changing politics, business and culture is a collection of interviews interlaced with a few (short) articles about weblogs. The book is from 2005, which is cool since the subjects talked about are...

Hugh Hewitt – Blog: understanding the information reformation

Hugh Hewitt reviewed in 3 minutes: Book Review
Book Review: Dan Gillmor – We The Media

Book Review: Dan Gillmor – We The Media

We The Media (2004) is the book that launched Dan Gillmor’s career as an authority on journalism and blogging. In his first book Gillmor, once a former professional musician, lets us take a peek at the past, present and...
Review: We’ve got Blog. How Weblogs are Changing our Culture

Review: We’ve got Blog. How Weblogs are Changing our Culture

We’ve got Blog is a collection of thirty four articles about weblogs compiled and edited by John Rodzvilla. It was published in 2002 during which blogs had been around for three years. As well known blog essayist Rebecca Blood...