This is from some years ago, but it is still a much needed reminder about the necessity of "slow news" in the light of today's despicable attacks: "the closer the information is in time to the actual event, the more I assume it's unreliable if not false" - Toward a Slow-News Movement mediactive.com/200... /by Dan Gillmor
I love instant & fast news, but I'll always get my fill of "slow" news from the morning paper the next day. Though this might be different now The Independent is out of print.
See also this for context (and another take on "slow news"): digiday.com/publis...
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