Ubiquitous Online News: Content Syndication and the Semantic Web. Dr Axel Bruns Creative Industries Faculty Queensland University of Technology email@example.com. Blogging and Open News. Not done in isolation, but highlighting the interconnection between amateur and professional writers
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Ubiquitous Online News: Content Syndication and the Semantic Web
Dr Axel Bruns
Creative Industries Faculty
Queensland University of Technology
could enable bidirectional syndication – or intercast (Elin) – of news and commentary
“I look at the Web as an opportunity to have a million doorways to the Christian Science Monitor. … I think of it as a progression from one end, where it's free, to the other end, where it's paid. The pipeline has to be really big at the out end to bring in lots of beginners if you want to maximize the number of subscribers at the other end.” (qtd. in Lasica)