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August 7, 2002 8:04 PM   Subscribe

Weblogs Goin' To Skool Overview, schedule, and resources posted for that potentially infamous UC Berkeley J-school class on weblogs.
posted by peterme (7 comments total)

 
Hey, by clicking through the "Class Resources" links, I can school myself right along with the kids at Berkeley. Impressive!
posted by bonheur at 8:14 PM on August 7, 2002


... what? no mention of cheese sandwiches at all?

I was surprised that this wrestling match made it to their list of resources.
posted by whatnot at 8:22 PM on August 7, 2002


Ohmygod, whatnot, I love that that made the reading list. I'm not sure that it deserves its place there, but I do know that I'd love to be a fly on the wall -- or a student in the class -- when the thread is discussed. What'll they make of Anil's comments?!?
posted by delfuego at 9:28 PM on August 7, 2002


So we're on a community weblog discussing a class on weblogs that includes in its resources links to weblogs discussing the class on weblogs that.......
posted by mogwai at 11:12 PM on August 7, 2002


Pretty much. So does that make this MetaMetaMetaMetaFilter? Or am I leaving out a 'Meta'?

I like the course requirements:

Prerequisites for the Class: none
(well, maybe a thick skin and a sense of humor - see what Webloggers think of the class)

posted by sillygwailo at 11:39 PM on August 7, 2002


"Some are run by journalists, while others operate in competition with journalists".

Hmmmmm... I would say instead that having a weblog makes you a journalist. At least that would seem consistent with this definition.
posted by nthdegx at 12:42 AM on August 8, 2002


my, my, my has j-school changed since my days there. whatever happend to reading "four theories of the press" and the supreme court decision on carlin's seven dirty words?
posted by jodic at 4:58 AM on August 8, 2002


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