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Scott Kleinberg: The website

Say hello to Scott Kleinberg on the web. One of my goals was to have my own website before I turned 40. Missed it by 15 days, but I’m OK with that. First things first … I didn’t build it. That was done by Blueprint Design Studio and wow did …

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Don’t rush to be first, rush to be right

Today, a man walked into a Connecticut elementary school and killed 26 people. 20 of them were innocent, scared and helpless little children. The shooter’s name doesn’t matter. Correction, his name shouldn’t have mattered. In journalism and social media, something happens to us whenever news breaks. In our quest to inform, …

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Hurricane Sandy: To my East Coast friends and family

What a storm. Even watching from Chicago, I’m amazed at the power of this thing. Our shoreline here at Lake Michigan could see 20 foot waves. This shows that you don’t have to be near where the center makes landfall to be impacted. Now, the National Hurricane Center has opted …

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Why I really enjoy The Newsroom on HBO

I was looking forward to Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom for several months. Sure, I was a giant West Wing fan and one of the few it seems who enjoyed Studio 60. But what resonated most with me is although this series is set in the world of broadcast journalism – …

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