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Journal sTeF's Journal: Slashdot given credit on ForeignPolicy

Congrats /. one of the <subjective>leading</subjective> foreign policy media outlets has mentioned you in their blog. "It's a particularly inauspicious time to be launching a new newspaper, with dead-tree media companies struggling with revenue models that can overcome the Internet's free culture (exemplified by craigslist, the newspaper-killer). And it's not as if the politicos left an institution that doesn't get Web 2.0: has long since embraced blogs, video and audio, and comments, as has The technological features are relatively easy; Slashdot pioneered many of them eons ago."
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Slashdot given credit on ForeignPolicy

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