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What could social journalism do for Ferguson? — BuzzMachine
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My blogging has gone way down in frequency and probably in quality. I think there are two reasons. First, I've been wrapped up in trying to
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One year ago this month, the young Internet freedom activist and groundbreaking programmer Aaron Swartz took his own life. Swartz died short