• Steve Rubel weighs in on the WSJ's partnership with Technorati.
  • Trib columnist Steve Johnson writes on most e-mail story lists are misleading. The reason? "Sometimes that means hard-news stories, as in, 'Holy cow, Israel is dropping bombs in Lebanon.' More often, though, it seems to be on the order of, 'Holy cow, a man tried to molest a cow.'"
  • The New Yorker has a lengthy piece exploring the hope -- and hype -- of citizen journalism, though in a more philosophical mold than I pitch it.
  • USA today says the Net is suplementing, not supplanting, newspapers. The base it on research by Pew.

Via Romenesko et al.