- Kevin Anderson writes about the wikification of news – its move towards more collaborative models online
- Dave Lee notes that recent moves by The Guardian look suspiciously like creating a network of niche B2B sites – and asks if that paves the way for some paywalls.
- The Harvard Business Review becomes the newest site to jump on the external commenting system bandwagon. Disqus is starting to get some traction amongst serious American magazines
- And are the assumptions around blog design just plain wrong?
Noted In Passing
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