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Participatory Journalism Meets Social Computing, Continued

I’ve now posted Parts 2 and 3 of my draft feature story on continuous computing. Part 2: http://www.continuousblog.net/2005/05/10000_brainiacs.html Part 3: http://www.continuousblog.net/2005/05/10000_brainiacs_1.html Part 1 of the draft is generating some fantastic feedback. Please keep reading and keep commenting! Remember, the comments…
May 23, 2005

I’ve now posted Parts 2 and 3 of my draft feature story on continuous computing.

Part 2: http://www.continuousblog.net/2005/05/10000_brainiacs.html

Part 3: http://www.continuousblog.net/2005/05/10000_brainiacs_1.html

Part 1 of the draft is generating some fantastic feedback. Please keep reading and keep commenting! Remember, the comments you leave will be folded back into the story, at a spot of your choosing, in the form of pop-up notes. They’ll also help us as we revise the feature and get it ready for print publication. We’ve never tried anything like this, and we really need reader participation to make it work! Thanks.

wade.roush(at)technologyreview.com

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