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I wrote for Ed Sussman when he ran Fast Company and for three years after, until a new editor changed the content strategy to only article pitches. There are too many other places for me to put content to bother fighting that change. I've got a PhD in communications and have taught digital media at Cronkite. But I don't think I'm really a journalist, just an expert in entrepreneurship, which I love to write about. I like the rules Ed proposes and could easily live by them. I do see the Priblem presented by the Fortune piece, though. Curation and editing are definitely still requirements for good journalism no matter who writes it.
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