.Lessons from BostonGraphic reality vs. tasteIs it okayto Photoshop?
.Lessons from BostonAuthorities releasephotos; the webgoes to work
.Lessons from BostonInnocent people are identified as suspects
.Lessons from BostonReddit apologizesThe reddit staff and the millions of people on reddit around the worlddeeply regret that this happened. We have apologized privately to thefamily of missing college student Sunil Tripathi, as have various usersand moderators. We want to take this opportunity to apologize publicfor the pain they have had to endure.
.Lessons from Boston“In a world where everyone is apublisher, no one is an editor. And thatis the danger we face today.”Scott PelleyAnchor, CBS TV
.Shouldn’t comments be moderated?“Besides forming online communities inwhich people share ideas, news andgossip and debate issues of the day,blogs empower character assassins andmischief makers.”USA Today
.Shouldn’t comments be moderated?rcubedkc wrote:We have a worthless, drunken coward in the White House and amajority of Senators who are traitors. They will go down in history as thesellouts who destroyed the United States. God damned each and every one ofthem. I hope they all die a slow, horrible and painful death. 6/26/2007 6:14:32 PM
.Shouldn’t comments be moderated?Huffington Postmoderates
.Questions for journalists• Shouldn’t we have the samestandards for letters & comments?• Don’t people deserve to know whois attacking them?• Should social media set the rules?• Is it better to be first or right?• Aren’t we risking action by someoneelse if we don’t take responsibility?