Online news and reference services
|Online news and reference services|
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With blogs, bulletin boards, podcasts and Webcasts, the Internet is an ever-evolving source of information. The online information industry continues to evolve rapidly as information providers experiment with new models of content distribution on a global scale, and new technologies develop that allow people to distribute information (from blogs, podcasts and Webcasts for news suppliers to the Wikipedia, Project Citizendium and Digital Universe models on the reference side). A significant new development for news aggregators is the speed at which news dissemination is now happening on a global scale.
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