Lisa Goldman

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Lisa Goldman spoke about her blog ‘On the Face’ which continued throughout the 2006 war in Lebanon, a conflict she says is the most blogged war in history. She writes ‘This is possibly the first time in history that citizens of two countries at war are able to maintain direct communication and express their feelings to one another in real time.’ In this how-to session the journalist explained the art of blogging, gave tips on how to keep it going, and maintained a readership that can often transcend the boundaries of print media.

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Friday, 29 February 2008

Lisa Goldman spoke about her blog ‘On the Face’ which continued throughout the 2006 war in Lebanon, a conflict she says is the most blogged war in history. She writes ‘This is possibly the first time in history that citizens of two countries at war are able to maintain direct communication and express their feelings to one another in real time.’ In this how-to session the journalist explained the art of blogging, gave tips on how to keep it going, and maintained a readership that can often transcend the boundaries of print media.

Wednesday, 27 February 2008

There is no such thing as unbiased information but how does the system work? What is omitted and why? During the Lebanon war of 2006, Lisa Goldman managed to keep communication going with Lebanese bloggers, a fact which attracted the attention of the international media. In fact, this was the first live-blogged war. It was also the first war during which citizens of enemy states could engage in direct, real-time communication. And, of course, it was the first occasion on which bloggers exposed the errors made by mainstream media outlets.

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