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January 25, 2010

Fact-checking 2.0

If you want to read about how fact-checking isn’t done these days, read how BusinessWeek published a story about how I was getting paid $900/tweet. Except that I wasn’t. In fact the premise of the story was wrong, so it pulled the story—after the fact. Which is rather odd. Journalism 2.0?

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