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“Most Internet sites display an endless hunger to comment and little appetite for verification.”

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WHO? Michael Gerson writing in the Washington Post

Oh really? Try posting an erroneous tweet, comment or blog post—see how long it take before someone calls you on it. I can certainly tell you I’ve made my share of errors posting online, but the appetite for verification online is HUGE.

posted at 1:52 pm
on Nov. 27, 2009

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