links for 2008-04-21

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A great take on the speech ‘setting up an interviewee’ that TV people can often fall in to – “By the time the well-meaning reporter fully mirandizes the interview subject, the tension is so thick you could bounce your fill-light off of it” – very true
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“Have your browser understand what you are blogging about and suggest pictures, links, articles and tags to make your posts more vibrant. We are making blogging fun again.” Loving this at the mo
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John from Scribblesheet on CJ startups. “There is a future – and a potentially prosperous one – once the amateur and the professional work together to tread that tricky balance between quality and extensiveness.”
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Paul expands on his Woody Allen approach to information gathering with more top class even world class thinking.
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Bob Eggington on BBC online

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