Jay Rosen



I teach journalism at NYU, direct the Studio 20 program there, critique the press and try to understand digital media. I'm also an adviser to First Look Media.

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"At crucial moments, the 'networked' part of the surveillance story kept it from being contained by the authorities." pressthink.org/2014/04/to-the…
@mathewi I know. My take is: in the interactive component of his site, @sullydish chooses a less transparent means of generating authority.
@Chronotope @mmasnick @jbenton @mathewi @dangillmor Comparing inbox to comments: Both interactive, both work. Different bids for authority.
@mathewi @jbenton @Chronotope @dangillmor For @sullydish, they email Andrew. Inbox is sorted non-stop. Many letters get run. All get read.
@jbenton @mathewi @Chronotope @dangillmor @jswatz I'd agree. "...having/not having isn’t the litmus test for 'getting' the web or engaging."
@mathewi @Chronotope @jbenton @dangillmor @jswatz My own view: comments ARE broken. Killing them, not. Have them, don't. All are rational.
@jswatz @dangillmor They are every bit as bad as that. YouTube worse.
@dangillmor It's not like we knew anything about behavior in online forums prior to the newspaper industry putting up its comment boards.
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