Blogophobia at the New York Times?

March 23, 2009
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Just read this post at Portfolio.com suggesting that there’s been a sudden bout of “blogophobia” at the paper of record, from their own bloggers “to capture the debate rather than taking sides in it”, to trying to shut down the Apartment Therapy blog using a DMCA notice. I thought the New York Time was going open; I hope this recent behavior isn’t indicative of their changing their minds.

Just read this post at Portfolio.com suggesting that there’s been a sudden bout of “blogophobia” at the paper of record, from their own bloggers “to capture the debate rather than taking sides in it”, to trying to shut down the Apartment Therapy blog using a DMCA notice. I thought the New York Time was going open; I hope this recent behavior isn’t indicative of their changing their minds.

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