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Thank you, Bruno.I look forward to learning more about your current and future projects. I do like hybrid structures. I wonder if this is the same kind of transformation corporations will undergo.

Valeria, thank you for digging out those old truths and decade-old quotes, and glad you find them still relevant. Yes, being "media" and being "journalists" is not the same thing. And as Clay points out, there will not be a single model going forward, there will be many, and all in flux. Steve Johnson also added some interesting elements at SWSX through his "old growth" metaphor (http://www.stevenberlinjohnson.com/2009/03/the-following-is-a-speech-i-gave-yesterday-at-the-south-by-southwest-interactive-festival-in-austiniif-you-happened-to-being.html ) although he seems to underplay the role of journalism for the functioning of a democratic system. We are in the middle of a fundamental transformation, and we are going to find in many places hybrid structures and overlapping models and will have to learn to live with that.
Thank you. BG

I shared that very post via O'Reilly today on Twitter - great minds think alike!

And Shirky was speaking at SxSW today. I don't think that anyone can guess or imagine what will be, but it's interesting to pursue avenues we may see as likely today.

Thank you for adding to the conversation.

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