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Carnival of Journalism

Há uma pandilha porreira que se junta de vez em quando e deixa uns posts nos blogs uns dos outros, sob um tema designado. Desta vez calhou a Ryan Sholin receber a festa dedicada a “Que devem parar de fazer as organizações noticiosas hoje,imediatamente, para terem mais tempo para a inovação?”. A minha sugestão é pararem de serem tótós. Ideias mais elaboradas podem ser encontradas aqui.


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There is this great gang that gangs up once in a while and leaves some posts in each other’s blogs, under a designated theme. This time it’s Ryan Sholin’s turn to host this carnival dedicated to “What should news organizations stop doing, today, immediately, to make more time for innovation?”. My two cents are: stop being so dumb. More ellaborate ideas can be found here.

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