I Screwed Up (And You Will, Too)

Presented at ONA11
September 24, 2011
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Everyone likes to talk about their digital successes but there’s often a lot to learn from honest failure. Two journalism innovators talk about theirs–what they did wrong, what good came from it and why we all should fail more frequently.


David Cohn
Senior Director, Advance
Denise Cheng
Citizen Journalism Coordinator, The Rapidian
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