A lot of bandwidth was expended — some would say wasted — after Monday night’s forum about online standards for bloggers, at least as it relates to those traditionally held — if not always followed — by the media.
Mark Glaser, a media critic/new media “expert” writes on PBS.org, “the time-worn debate of Bloggers vs. Journalists has finally run its course.” Well, it should have run its course by now, and moved on to the next phase. And for the most part, it has.
We all probably could’ve saved a lot of time this week by reading Glaser’s post today out loud.
Still unclear is whether anybody who doesn’t blog and isn’t employed by a news organization cares.