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Porno Spam Sinks LA Times Wiki Experiment - Michael Kinsley

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/12/09/Michael_Kinsley_Creative_Capitalism Political journalist Michael Kinsley describes a failed LA Times experiment with posting an online editorial as an editable wiki. Nevertheless, Kinsley still believes experimentation may offer "a way out of the current mess that newspapers are in." ----- One of the most prolific and thoughtful commentators on the U.S. political scene today, Kinsley turns his razor sharp intellect and dead-on commentary to our financial system. Kinsley served as editor of the New Republic, and as the liberal half of the original "Crossfire" team with Pat Buchanan, as well as John Sununu and Robert Novak. He also worked with the late William F. Buckley on "Firing Line" - The Commonwealth Club of California Michael Kinsley is the founding editor of Slate. He currently writes a column for both Slate and the Washington Post. Kinsley founded Slate in 1995 and was its editor for six years. For two decades he was associated with The New Republic, as its editor and as author of its "TRB From Washington" column. He was editor-in-chief of Harper's, editorial and opinion editor of the Los Angeles Times, editor of the American Survey department at The Economist, and managing editor of The Washington Monthly. Kinsley co-hosted CNN's Crossfire for six years, and also moderated William F. Buckley's Firing Line debates. Kinsley has written regular columns for The New Republic, Time, The Wall Street Journal and the Times of London.
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