OK – quick assignment for people.
Tonight, I will be going to the Christian Science Monitor’s Centennial panel on “The Future of Journalism.” Of course, the Monitor has seen the future is online, not in dead tree forms, and is moving its daily edition online early next year.
But I wanted to ask all of you out there – and I am asking this here, on Twitter, and wherever else I can think of – one question.
Complete the sentence: “The future of journalism is…”
UPDATES FROM THE TWITTERVERSE: Doug Haslam retweeted my question and got a few more answers to add to the pile.
From @jimphelps: crowdsourced, focused content, at the moment of occurence, highly interlinked, multimedia and collaborative.
From @cheapsuits: …online.
From @paulswansen: dead in it’s current form. (Ted note: Not so uplifting, but pretty darn accurate, considering the state of the hosts of the forum.)
Don’t forget to check the comments page to read what others are saying, when they are less encumbered by the 140 character limit.