Why Bob Woodward is wrong about the internet and journalism

Veteran investigative reporter Bob Woodward said this week the internet would not be of much use in a case like Watergate, the story he helped break in 1972. But he misses the point about the value of using a multitude of sources instead of just one. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Apr 7, 2012 - 11:24 AM PDT
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by Sirajul Islam - Apr. 9, 2012

Good article; shows context and enterprising...But the point raised may not be correct. Journalists tend to seek clear, definitive answers to their questions. This post would have been far more factual and balanced if the writer had sought out Woodward to clarify.

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