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November 05, 2004

Book Notes

My publisher tells me that rights have been sold for Japanese, Portuguese and Korean editions of We the Media. Grassroots media in Asia is getting big, and Brazil is a hotbed of blogging and other media work, so I'm naturally pleased to see these thoughts get into their native languages.

Also, Fortune Magazine's David Kirkpatrick offered some kind words in his latest column, saying, "If you want to really understand the significance of blogging as a new media alternative," read the book.

Posted by Dan at November 5, 2004 07:20 AM


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