Monday, December 27, 2004

Dauber on Milblogs 
No, not that Dauber. Cori Dauber!

What makes the media environment in which this war is being fought so radically different is that for the first time troops inside the combat zone can also critique the media's reportage of events they themselves witnessed in this compressed fashion, and in a way that is widely, indeed globally, available. That's never before been the case, and as the ability to milblog becomes more widely known among the force, and the availability of milblogs becomes more widely known to the news audience, this is bound to have more of an influence on the way news coverage is interpreted.


Let's hear it for disruptive technology!

Splash, out


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