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LA Times Wikitorial Beta Live

In what they’re calling a “public beta,” the Los Angeles Times has published their first wikitorial, an editorial readers can edit online. You are required to register to make edits, but you can use a pen name, so you can be anonymous to other readers, but not to The Timed Editorial staff. The user interface is a little cryptic. After you register and tweak your preferences, it’s tough to find your way back to the editorial so you can actually starting editing. Subject matter is the war in Iraq.

It will be interesting to see how it goes, but I don’t see how it can be nearly as interesting as Joel Stein’s blog, which featured a struggling TV writer blogging in their Sunday issue to try and make it in show business.

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