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Joanna Geary
@guardianjoanna
Social & Communities Editor
The Guardian
2. It is not and inert “us to
them” form of publishing
3. It encourages other to
initiate debate. We can
follow, as well as lead. We
involve others prepublication
4. It helps form
communities of joint
interest around subjects,
issues or individuals
5. It’s open to the web. It
links to, and collaborates
with, other material
(including services) on the
web
6. It aggregates and/or
curates the work of others
7. It recognises that
journalists are not the
only voices of authority
8. It aspires to achieve
and reflect diversity, as
well as promoting shared
values
9. It recognises that
publishing can be the
beginning on the
journalistic process rather
than the end
10. It is transparent and
open to challenge –
including correction,
clarification and addition
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    1. 1. SHARE THIS LIVE
    2. 2. SHARE THIS LIVE Joanna Geary @guardianjoanna Social & Communities Editor The Guardian
    3. 3. 1. It encourages participation. It invites and/or allows a response
    4. 4. 2. It is not and inert “us to them” form of publishing
    5. 5. 3. It encourages other to initiate debate. We can follow, as well as lead. We involve others prepublication
    6. 6. 4. It helps form communities of joint interest around subjects, issues or individuals
    7. 7. 5. It’s open to the web. It links to, and collaborates with, other material (including services) on the web
    8. 8. 6. It aggregates and/or curates the work of others
    9. 9. 7. It recognises that journalists are not the only voices of authority
    10. 10. 8. It aspires to achieve and reflect diversity, as well as promoting shared values
    11. 11. 9. It recognises that publishing can be the beginning on the journalistic process rather than the end
    12. 12. 10. It is transparent and open to challenge – including correction, clarification and addition
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    22. 22. “This is a watershed time where we are moving away from photography as a way of recording and storing a past moment,” said Robin Kelsey, a professor of photography at Harvard, and we are “turning photography into a communication medium.”
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