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It Does Not Matter Where You Write as Long as You Write Responsibly and Well

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Emily Gordon quotes:

“The whole blogger versus journalist debate that might have existed around 2004 is dead. Over. Stale. Uninteresting. I couldn’t care less — it’s a meaningless debate to have. What’s more interesting to me is what a blog means now.”
—Sewell Chan, from “So What Do You Do, Sewell Chan, New York Times City Room Bureau Chief?” (MediaBistro)

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