Fall and fall of journalism (2)

The feedback on the session at the LSE on Monday continues with an impressive list mostly cribbed from speaker Sue Charman’s response (who kindly suggests that, amongst others, I should be more directly involved in these offline discussions). Neil McIntosh, from the Guardian was there. David Brake was blogging live (brave thing to do) from the even itself for the LSE Media Group blog. As was journalist blogger Rob Andrews, who has a very useful notation of the detail I’ve missed. Alistair Shrimpton of Moveable Type was also there, though I did’t get the chance to button hole him over our hideous exprerience of TypeKey.

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