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Clay Shirky’s prognostication for the future of journalism

The future of journalism is a confusing notion, and according to Clay Shirky, “things are going to get weirder before they get saner.” He bases this on history. In the majority of real revolutions, things get worse before they get better. See more of what Shirky’s predictions entail below.

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  • Anonymous

    Ha, when Clay says "I’ll never be ill-served" and goes on about accountability journalism it made me think of the EPIC2014 (and EPIC2015) when they say the EPIC (evolving personal information construct) will be the best and most complete for some people, and a narrow echo chamber for others…

    Maybe the citizens will just have to get involved in govt. so it argues for Open Govt inititatives.

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