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Good spot by Tom Guarriello:

The New York Times reports today that podcasters have hacked MoMA. Instead of listening to the official audio guides provided by authoritative critics visitors are listening to MP3 commentaries recorded by…well…just anybody

Interesting to reflect on that word “authoritative”. Time and again, I’m seeing examples of us no longer looking for monolithic authorities on anything, but making our own decisions based on different sources. I might bring this up at Blogging: A Real Conversation?

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