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How Web 2.0 changed the Guardian Bobbie Johnson [email_address]
The Guardian
February 7,1958
CP Scott, 1846-1932
"to secure the  financial  and  editorial   of the Guardian in perpetuity" independence
1960s
2000s
1969
1997
2008
guardian.co.uk
1996
1999
2001
2008
larger audiences international recognition depth of coverage
“ all journalists work for the digital platform”
“ its demands [are] pre-eminent”
now for how
front end back end in between end
front end
Ev Williams, Blogger
Salam Pax
Comment is Free
social
free
openness
back end
R2
platform end
 
multimedia
collaborative
sharing
distribution
 
the new distribution
networked journalism
read/write
slow
fast
the predictable coda
revolution?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
obligatory final laboured metaphor
Hello, Crinkly!
 
Pictures from: The Guardian David Levene  Dan Chung Felix Clay Sarah Lee  Patrick Fraser  Getty Images  and Flickr users: ...
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A presentation by Bobbie Johnson of the Guardian at the Eduserv Foundation Symposium 2008.

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  • Hello. My name’s Bobbie - I’m technology correspondent at the Guardian Here to tell you how Web 2.0 has changed the way we think I hope all of you know the Guardian but I’m going to give you some context
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    1. 1. How Web 2.0 changed the Guardian Bobbie Johnson [email_address]
    2. 2. The Guardian
    3. 3. February 7,1958
    4. 4. CP Scott, 1846-1932
    5. 5. "to secure the financial and editorial of the Guardian in perpetuity" independence
    6. 6. 1960s
    7. 7. 2000s
    8. 8. 1969
    9. 9. 1997
    10. 10. 2008
    11. 11. guardian.co.uk
    12. 12. 1996
    13. 13. 1999
    14. 14. 2001
    15. 15. 2008
    16. 16. larger audiences international recognition depth of coverage
    17. 17. “ all journalists work for the digital platform”
    18. 18. “ its demands [are] pre-eminent”
    19. 19. now for how
    20. 20. front end back end in between end
    21. 21. front end
    22. 22. Ev Williams, Blogger
    23. 23. Salam Pax
    24. 24. Comment is Free
    25. 25. social
    26. 26. free
    27. 27. openness
    28. 28. back end
    29. 29. R2
    30. 30. platform end
    31. 32. multimedia
    32. 33. collaborative
    33. 34. sharing
    34. 35. distribution
    35. 37. the new distribution
    36. 38. networked journalism
    37. 39. read/write
    38. 40. slow
    39. 41. fast
    40. 42. the predictable coda
    41. 43. revolution?
    42. 55. obligatory final laboured metaphor
    43. 56. Hello, Crinkly!
    44. 58. Pictures from: The Guardian David Levene Dan Chung Felix Clay Sarah Lee Patrick Fraser Getty Images and Flickr users: Todd Huffman Kevin Dooley Foxypar4 Willvision Official Star Wars Movie Blog Mark Hillary Sidelong Elsie Esq Josef Stuefer Boolean Split Peasap Emdot sh1mmer JPockele Bobbie Johnson [email_address] thank you
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