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The Atlantic Crowdsources Its Editing Process

Atlantic logoWell this is awesome:

Readers [of The Atlantic] were invited to pitch stories and give feedback on existing articles, as well as observe the pitching and editing process — something that usually takes place in chatroom client Campfire — between full-time staff. Instead of Campfire, The Atlantic Wire moved operations to an open comments thread.

They apparently threw credit to people who made pitches:

(Tangent: Great headline at that link.)

All kinds of awesome, and something I can’t wait to (figure out how to) try.

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