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Pete and Repeat

Mar
31
2005

Today’s eWeek column is an exercise in something that could represent the future of on-line publishing: Syndication. I write it here, it comes out over there.
If you’ve read it once, you don’t need to read it again. But if you’re interested in how this medium might evolve, with stand alone journalists working with larger on- and off-line entities, you might want to have a look.
There is some over-lap between my eWeek audience and readers of this site but I’m betting it’s not huge. I think it might be typical of others writing on-line. There are an enormous number of voices – and readers – on the web with more coming from both directions every day. Exclusivity, more and more, can be in the eye of the beholder. That’s one reason why I think the future of syndicating writers – sending voices to their readers, instead of asking readers to come to voices – has such potential. This is today’s illustration. Hopefully there will be others.

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