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When Blogging Is Fake: Clooney & Huffingdon

When Blogging Is Fake: Clooney & Huffingdon
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There's an article in the NY Times that looks at the readers' reaction that took place over the last couple of weeks when they found that the entry of guest...

Guy Brighton
  • 21 march 2006

There’s an article in the NY Times that looks at the readers’ reaction that took place over the last couple of weeks when they found that the entry of guest blogger George Clooney on the Huffington Post blog was not written by the star, but by Adrianna Huffington who “cobbled together” some previous interviews Clooney had given the media. The NY Times says, that the Huffington Post broke an unwritten rule about blog writing.

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