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Jay Rosen at TedxNYED March 6, 2010
 

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These were the slides I used to talk about my vision of open source journalism at TedxNYED. http://tedxnyed.com/

These were the slides I used to talk about my vision of open source journalism at TedxNYED. http://tedxnyed.com/

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    Jay Rosen at TedxNYED March 6, 2010 Jay Rosen at TedxNYED March 6, 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Pragmatism Look for really good problems…
    • Falling costs to find each other
      • The business model turned around…
    • My dream project
      • Accountability gains global reach…
    • 1998: The Halloween documents
      • Confounded by a gift economy….
    • 1999: Open Source Journalism
      • Bug catching for editorial goods…
    • 2004: The Overnight Dossier
      • Motivation by the election clock…
    • 2007: Assignment Zero
      • Clarity takes the place of proximity…
    • 2007 TPM Calls for Help
      • Against a shared background narrative…
    • 2008: Off The Bus
      • And outside the campaign bubble….
    • 2009: Adopt a Bridge
      • “I’m there, you’re not, let me tell you about it.”
    • 2010: The Guardian’s Open Call
      • “ Our readers know more than we do…”
    • Crowd sourcing by Brian Lehrer
      • Milk, lettuce and a six pack of Bud…
    • Audience atomization overcome
      • And the public service dividend…