"We have entered a wilder world of journalism, one with less control over primary sources and places a greater burden on readers to use their critical faculties instead.  However, it is not by its nature a less truthful world.  Our understanding and accuracy will only improve the more citizens participate, whether by creating, aggregating, or interpreting the aggregation of the instantaneous raw observations," - David Ogles.

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