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April 23, 2006

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Dennis Howlett

What is 'truth' other than an individual's interpretation of perceived reality?

Neville Hobson

Hardly a rallying cry, David. More a muse. And a cynical one at that.

Good rant!

This all gets to the heart of social media and the changes it is bringing to these two professions (among other things). Take a look at the series of articles in The Economist which has a terrific survey of new media in the coming week's edition.

Maybe it is to do with different middlemen as you say. What will that do to truth-telling? Another 64K question.

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