The early quote of the conference so far: “I don’t think we know what journalism will be like when every reader is also a writer.” –Jay Rosen head of the NYU dpt. and author of Press Think.
The implications for journalism are evident, but the implications for education are huge as well. A lot of discussion about the ways in which Web logs are changing the dynamic for journalists. But think about how, if Web logs grow in number and stature, we’ll need to change the definition of what it means to be media literate. The idea of interactive consumption of information is a pretty staggering change from the way we look at media literacy now.
In general, the first panel with Glenn Reynolds, Josh Marshall, and Scott Rosenberg was really excellent. Pat‘s up next…