Norman Blogster recently mused about the future of publication, which he reckoned lay somewhere between the traditional journal and the blog. 'Editors' he said, 'will morph into curators who pick and choose the best online features and package them up for you [individually] alongside specifically targeted adverts.' Specifically targeted ads? Ad salesmen are likelier to start walking on water. And editor-curators? ...
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