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June 27, 2006

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Paul Baker

Nice article. I agree with your argument that because communication media are changing rapidly journalists and PR practitioners must work to keep up. But I do believe that proper journalism and the blogosphere will eventually evolve to complement each other.

P.S. A couple corrections: It's Dan Rather, not Dan Rathers; and it's Howard Dean, not Harvard Dean.

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