Glenn Reynolds responds. I’m not sure he gets my point, which is that honesty and feigned objectivity are quite often fundamentally incompatible. That’s one of the big problems with the worldview of the j-school media critics that Glenn aludes to, and at least partially accounts for their inability to see that reporters can share many flaws with bloggers.
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