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Snark by Snarkwest: Hacking the News
I really like this analogy from Jenny: “Newsrooms are most culturally similar to the military and hospitals. They’re designed for a systematized rapid-response method of functioning.” I’ve never heard that before; super-novel way to think about it.
Yeah, that’s something I think about all the time in a hospital: overlapping networks of moving information, people (both patients & staff), medicine, & equipment through structured space.
And (per Matt’s liveblog of the DARPA mad science forum), the military, too, is a huge information-processing and (whoa) content-delivery organization.
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