Der Economist bespricht das neue Buch von Instapundit.com-Blogger Glenn Reynolds. Wohlwollend, distanziert.
«And there are some things the little guy cannot easily do. With a few exceptions (Mr Reynolds lauds a do-it-yourself war correspondent in Iraq), bloggers do little original reporting. Posting opinions online is cheap, but news-gathering is not. Mr Reynolds sees this changing as technology costs fall still further and bloggers find niches in local news. But the revolution is unlikely to destroy ‹old media› entirely. For one thing, with no MSM, what would bloggers deconstruct?»
in Economist.com: Outreach and outrage
Glenn Reynolds: „An Army of Davids (Amazon.de)
«How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, and Other Goliaths»