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A foggy morning in the valley gives a beautiful view from our hilltop setting in Perugia.

A foggy morning in the valley gives a beautiful view from our hilltop setting in Perugia.

I can’t remember attending a journalism event in a more beautiful location, atop a hill in the historic center of Perugia, Italy.

But the International Journalism Festival was also a terrific event, with lively discussions and teaching on a wide range of journalism topics.

I spoke on four panels. Here are some tweets about my contributions to them:

A video of our discussion of the future of all-digital journalism:

And a brief video interview:

I will later post some of my notes from other sessions I attended.

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I will be discussing ethical aggregation today at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Italy.

Many of the points I make will be from my earlier blog posts on aggregation and curation. Here are the slides (with Italian translations from Google). I will later add some tweets from the discussion. You can follow this and other festival sessions on the #ijf13 hashtag.

Update: I’m told Google doesn’t translate “bad rap” well. At least I prefaced my translated slides by saying that they probably would have a funny translation or two.

If you want the slides just in English, here are the slides I used for a similar discussion at the ACES conference in St. Louis earlier this month:

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