Reading the New Yorker's piece on WikiLeaks, it's hard to decide whether I'm reading about freedom fighters, skilled propagandists, or as is often the case, both. Without looking too deeply, I believe in what WikiLeaks is trying to do, but I'm profoundly worried to see here, for example, Tor server traffic mined for data. That's the sort of behavior Tor is designed to protect people from, not subject them to.
Megan Garber reports on Publish2 News Exchange, going into more depth on the business model and scope of the project.
Mark Coddington's week in review features Publish2 News Exchange.
Amy Gahran offers some analysis and talks with David Cohn about Spot.Us participating in P2X as a free content provider.
Al Tompkins at Poynter talks with the NewsHour team about their awesome Oil Spill widget that measures how much of the black stuff has leaked into the Gulf of Mexico. My favorite part of the widget? Includes a slider to adjust the rate of the leak based on whose estimates you believe: BP's, USGS, or other experts.